Via Trimscene Solutions and Casual Crop Exchange:
On Sunday, September 18th, Humboldt Local, Inc. and Trim Scene Solutions present the End of Summer Casual Crop eXchange at the Trim Scene Solutions store in Southern Humboldt. This 215 farmers market and event is a celebration of our Emerald Triangle Medical Cannabis Community with music by Cold Blue Water, Berel Alexander and DJ Copperton3. The alcohol-free event runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and the $5 entry fee goes to the Eel River Cleanup Project.
The Casual Crop eXchange features extraction demos, educational speakers, trimming machine demos, great food, local craft artists, local non-profits, live glass blowing demos, a 215 doctor on site and a dab bar with an extract and flower competition judged by attendees! All leftover meds from the competition will be donated to our Humboldt Local, Inc., Compassionate Care Program for Seniors, Veterans and eligible patients.
Check out Ed’s new piece in this months Emerald Magazine!
Special thanks to Peter Gendron, president of Oregon SunGrown Growers Guild! Photo Credit to Mella Lacharity of OMNI Budsman Enterprises!
From One Emerald Triangle to Another
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This week The Underground Gaze selected a photo of light dep Tahoe OG Kush from the northern area of Humboldt County. This cutting of OG Kush is said to hail from Lake Tahoe Ca which gives it its name. Submitted by an unknown source:
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In the Golden State, weed is a big deal. As the state embraces legal weed, there are going to be some big changes – a new set of rules for those who wish to make the leap from under-the-table to aboveboard. One definite change will be buyers – i.e. whom can buy and sell weed.
Nowadays, the way it’s supposed to work is farmers provide medicine to collectives where it is dispensed to members for a fee. The farmer is reimbursed for expenses incurred from growing the cannabis including labor, maintenance, and land costs. For years the process has been unspoken, a secret, or you know (wink)?
Over the past few months we’ve embarked upon a series comparing the emergence of Silicon Valley’s tech industry, Napa County’s wine industry, and Humboldt County’s cannabis industry. We’ve all heard comparisons like these:
“Humboldt County grows some of the finest cannabis in the world… [which] could lead to a booming niche marijuana market, the type that would make the county what Napa is to wine.” –The Revolution Starts Here by Thadeus Greeson in The North Coast Journal
“… we are the ‘Silicon Valley’ of cannabis… we have a great deal of knowledgeable people living here – a pool of people who would be useful to draw upon for information about growing.” – Welcome to Pot City! by Kym Kemp in The North Coast Journal
It’s common to hear Emerald Triangle compared to these regions and their respective industries. Humboldt County has a long-standing reputation for being home to some of the world’s best cannabis. Hearing this comparison we decided to delve a little deeper, we decided research what led to the emergence of Silicon’s tech industry and Napa’s wine industry, and compare them to the emergence of Humboldt’s cannabis industry. We examined Napa and Silicon Valley as ideal types, conducting a meta-analysis to deduce potential variables that led to the rise of these industry epicenters.