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Advocacy
 
Prohibition
Prohibition
Prohibition

Our Reasons For Repealing Prohibition

irst of all, Let’s just clear the air here. We at Evergreen Culture consume cannabis regularly. As Washington residents, it is now legal for us to do so. But, come on, we did it when it wasn’t legal. We make this ob...
 
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Joe-Rogan
Joe-Rogan
Joe-Rogan

Joe Rogan Gets It

e at Evergreen Culture love Joe Rogan. We feel he is one of us. Intelligent, successful, outspoken, contributing to society, ganja lover. And he is dead on correct about the fact that marijuana is illegal because of corporate i...

 
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Use
Use
Use

Why We Don’t “Use” Marijuana

e grew up children of the 80′s. That means that we experienced the full force of the Reagan era. As a kid, “Just Say No” was heard or seen almost daily as I attended countless classes, discussions, and cheesy ...
 
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Recreation
Recreation
Recreation

Since When Did “Recreational” Become a Bad Word?

hen swimming in the waters of the cannabis debate, you often hear people contrast the consumption of the herb into two categories: medical and recreational. And the tone is typically that medical is “okay” (maybe to...
 
Advocacy
 
George-Washington-Hemp
George-Washington-Hemp
George-Washington-Hemp

Just Admit It…Old George Got Lifted

ere in Washington state we are partial to George Washington obviously. We think that it is only fitting that some major progress in the war on hemp took place in the state that bears his namesake. Before we talk about the idea ...

 
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Heart-Washignton
Heart-Washignton
Heart-Washignton

An Open Letter to Washington State

ashington, You are an amazing place. And your people are bold and brave and not content to remain in the mire of misinformation and flawed policies that fail to serve the human race, let alone the American people. You have a un...
 
 
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DEA-War-On-Drugs
DEA-War-On-Drugs
DEA-War-On-Drugs

The True Origins of the DEA and the “War” on Drugs

any people think about the DEA today and kind of act like it has always been around, or at least been around since the prohibition of various drugs in the opening decades of the 20th century. But, in fact, the actual phrase ...