By Elise McDonough via hightimes.com
Driven by a green rush mentality, new-to-the-scene ganjapreneurs mimic wasteful mainstream products and trends (like Keurig cups), instead of embracing the eco-conscious cannabis consumer and promoting values of sustainability.
The good news is that it’s easier than ever before to support eco-friendly cannabis businesses who have their hearts in the right place. Now that producers can step out of the shadows of prohibition, it’s finally possibly for buyers in San Francisco to procure “farm-to-pipe” cannabis from purveyors likeFlow Kana, Tea House Collective and Craft. As the laws change, allowing farmers to grow hemp will empower a new generation of designers, architects and engineers to utilize this versatile, eco-friendly material for building, textiles, paper and more. Cannabis can be part of a eco-friendly future if connoisseurs help by driving demand for boutique all-natural sungrown flowers, concentrates made without fossil fuels and healthy, organic edibles.
Here are 5 ways you can make your cannabis habit green:
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