How might young people prepare themselves to become cannabis entrepreneurs? Professionals from one of the nation’s top business schools have answers.
When you actually look at the new law, you’ll see that it’s not exactly chill. In fact, some new regulations might leave you a bit dazed and confused.
In Oakland, just the application fee alone will cost you around $2,500.
My friends who smoke don’t see marijuana as something that can make you dependent. They look at other drugs like heroin or crack as the only stuff you really need to worry about.
Oaksterdam On a Thursday in October, I arrived just in time for the morning lecture at Oaksterdam University in Oakland,…
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“The work is beautiful, you know, to work with plants, and stay here, and meet people and share stories, it’s amazing, but…you go crazy after one month.” –Nayelli, Trimmigrant from Spain.
A closer look at young people working in the booming marijuana industry, and how they navigate the grey market where growing, selling and possessing weed can be both legal and illegal.
Support for the legalization of marijuana is spawning pass political, generational, and cultural boundaries. But how will its legalization impact our youth?