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Let's talk for a second about Cannabis tourism in Oregon.
I have traveled the country talking to brands and farms, trying their product and sourcing flower locally for my events and I can say that without a doubt, Oregon has the best cannabis in America. Why? Because Oregonians care about craft, because our "terroir"( the soil /climate that effects flavor) is incredible for Cannabis and wine and because we LOVE weed up here!
But now we have an issue. We grew too much cannabis, and we have an excess. This excess of marijuana has forced prices to plummet which is forcing some farms into financial ruin.
Basically, it's like if Florida couldn't sell oranges outside of Florida. Oranges grow everywhere, everything would be orange flavored, orange juice would be $0.05 a gallon, and Farmers would fall into financial disrepair.
So we NEED cannabis tourists to visit. Help us smoke some of this amazing cannabis and tour some of the farms that are creating these incredible products.
This is why I have created events like @cbdsummercamp for people to travel to and sleep on one of the most beautiful, clean and ethical Cannabis and Hemp farms in the country, East Fork Cultivars Ranch. Come see first hand who makes the CBD that goes in your morning latte and have a once in a lifetime experience. So if you have ever wanted to see what it is like to consume and be surrounded by some of the best marijuana in the world...come be a Canna-tourist this summer while the farms are in bloom!
Come to one of my events or book me for private caterings and farm tours to see for yourself the amazing cannabis and craft cannabis culture that we have cultivated in Oregon.
Photo taken for @svnspace magazine on the @eastforkcultivars farm.
Just messing around with photoshop... Stitched together 19 photos and ps did the rest... Certainly not perfect but I kinda like it especially the random fence in the cliff face .
Another waterfall from Oregon
This is one of most common mistakes I hear of (& one that I used to commit growing up - I didn’t know better)! Not washing your hands before washing your face is a major skin sin. When your hands are dirty, you’re basically just rubbing dirt and germs from your phone, door handles, etc. onto your face! I always make sure my bathroom hand soap is antibacterial & wash my hands for at least 20 seconds before cleansing. Is this a habit you already incorporate? Let me know! ☺️✨