California’s Emerald Triangle for decades has been an underground powerhouse for West Coast weed, but as the state goes online with recreational marijuana, the lifestyle of many old school farmers is in danger.
The self-proclaimed "King of Cannabis" rules Nevada's pot policy and uses another kind of green — cash money — to get the Wild West on the cannabis caboose. The sneaker-wearing senator even has his own strain dedicated to his legacy.
Risk is professional mountain biker Teal Stetson Lee’s passion. So, when a marijuana company wanted to sponsor her, she said "hell yes" — despite the possible consequences. Potcast host Jenny Kane explores how athletes and cannabis don’t always go together.
How does marijuana legalization change dog searches, evidence handling, and DUI testing for the police? Here's the story of a rural county sheriff as he reckons his own values with the increasingly progressive, pot-friendly policies of our time.
In the first episodie of the Potcast, host Jenny Kane talks to Los Angeles-based chef Andrea Drummer, who used to be a youth drug counselor touting the ubiquitous motto, "Just say no" to at-risk children. Not anymore.
We’re going back to 1971, to find out the true story of how 420 — the universal code for pot — began. This story starts with a treasure map, a rogue California coast Guardsman and five adventurous stoners who are fortuitous enough to hang out with the Grateful Dead.
As a century of pot prohibition is peeled back in the U.S., the Potcast provides a window into how legalization is changing the lives of Americans nationwide. We talk to old-school pot farmers, rural sheriffs and even a Cordon Bleu cannabis chef about new threats and new opportunity as the U.S grapples with how to regulate the world’s most controversial herb. In a time where legalization is spreading nationwide, but the federal guidance has never been so mercurial, we are on a quest to...