Feds Plan On Hitting Medical Marijuana Growers

Well we seen the set up so far and we are watching the Feds clean up the MMJ Industry. Clubs been hit, schools got hit. Well dont take much to figure out whats finna happen next. So getcha as in order and either get real patient based or be ready to make a fast move to avoid the hit Music Used youtu.be youtu.be youtu.be Go to www.weedmaps.com to check out more of this dispensary’s specials!

Alison Sterling Nichols – Emerald Growers Association at the California Unity Conference

Alison Sterling Nichols from the Emerald Growers Association electrifies the audience at the California Unity Conference: Tells everyone to Grow their own pot! Video by Cheryl Shuman (www.BeverlyHillsCannabisClub.com) California Unity Conference & Lobby Day -Saturday, May 19 — Monday, May 21, 2012 This series of videos are vitally important to empower citizens and activists to lobby their elected officials with skills and tools that will help reform cannabis laws. Thank you to everyone who made the California Unity Conference & Citizen Lobby Day a huge success! More than two hundred people spent the weekend building skills and relationships, and over three hundred and fifty joined us for the largest medical cannabis lobby day in California history. Participants visited every legislative office in the state capitol to support sensible medical cannabis regulations. Sponsors and co-hosts included Americans for Safe Access, United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 5, Abatin Wellness, SPARC,

Leading California Marijuana Attorney Says Growers Must Focus on Water Conservation

Crescent City, CA (PRWEB) March 22, 2012 Water usage by the cannabis industry and its devastating effects on the watersheds of California will become a larger issue for the upcoming 2012 outdoor growing season, says expert California marijuana attorney Chris Van Hook. He explains the problem and offers several steps growers can take to reduce water use. ?There can be no further doubt that the heavy water usage of large outdoor cannabis plants, coupled with the sheer number of plants being grown is having a major impact on the watersheds of the remote semi-arid environments of so much of California,? declares Van Hook. He says some of the worst impacts are in the salmon-producing mountains, rivers and streams of Mendocino and Humboldt Counties. During the time the fish need the water most?mid-summer through fall?the water usage of the large outdoor plants is the heaviest. When the temperatures are