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THE SPRING 2022 ISSUE

The Spring 2022 "Cannabis & Culture" issue features interviews with Philippe & Ashlan Cousteau about their new line of ocean-infused cannabis products, Bradford Beckerman of Hennepen’s on how his traumatic accident inspired a feel-good business model, and a look at how the weed industry can help cities and towns, like Holyoke, Massachusetts, revitalize their economy. Other profiles include Lex Corwin of Stone Road, Yvonne Perez Emerson of Make & Mary, and April Arrasate of Seed/Core Social Justice Cannabis Museum. Our how-to section speaks with experts on communicating with children about cannabis use.

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April Arrasate of Seed/Core Social Justice Cannabis Museum
April Arrasate of Seed/Core Social Justice Cannabis Museum

Profile: Planting a Seed | April Arrasate created a cannabis shop with its own social justice museum. Photo by Ben Wight

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Yvonne-Perez-Emerson-of-Make-&-Mary
Yvonne-Perez-Emerson-of-Make-&-Mary

Profile: Making Her Mark | Yvonne Perez Emerson of Make & Mary on equity and giving back as fundamental parts of self-care. Photo by Yvanna Ramos

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Lex Corwin of Stone Road
Lex Corwin of Stone Road

Profile: Equal Opportunity Nudists Lex Corwin makes the “most beautiful joints” at Stone Road. Photo by Emily Eizen

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Ashlan & Philippe Cousteau
Ashlan & Philippe Cousteau

Surf and Turf | The Cousteaus bring their oceanic knowledge to an innovative new cannabis line. Photo by Max S. Gerber

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Bradford Beckerman of Hennepen's
Bradford Beckerman of Hennepen's

Hip to Hemp | How a traumatic accident inspired Hennepen’s feel-good business model. Photo by Paul Specht

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