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Most books about the modern marijuana industry are often torn between celebrating legalization's seeming inevitability and sharpening fears about its potential effects. Ryan Stoa's Craft Weed offers something new: a smart, historically accurate, and valuable middle ground that advocates for the benefits of small-scale “craft” cannabis farming as a means of rebuilding America's agricultural heritage and preventing the rise of marijuana monopolies. By tracing the history of how cannabis has long been produced in the United States, Stoa argues against misguided fears of “Big Marijuana” and gives actionable, useful advice for the benefits of developing a local, sustainable industry. Well-written and thoroughly researched, Craft Weed is must-read for anyone who wants the best for this emerging industry's future.
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Emily Dufton, author of Grass Roots: The Rise and Fall and Rise of Marijuana in America
Craft Weed is an insightful investigation into the future of cannabis farming by a gifted and thoughtful writer. A great read!
Linda A. Parker, University of Guelph, author of Cannabinoids and the Brain
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Stoa's new work takes a novel look at multiple facets of the marijuana farm and the politics that surround it.New face Plus Size Women Mules shoes 40 41 42 Big Size Sandals Tassel Chains Metal Buckle Design Slippers Square Toe Back Strap MulesSkechers Womens Go Walk Lite - 15431 Boat shoes As they get caught up in the narrative, readers will learn a ton about the plant, the machinations of government, and parallels with the wine industry. Compelling arguments unfold for why we should support small, family farms in our efforts to preserve our country's communities and ecology while maintaining efficient agricultural markets. I sincerely hope that all levels of government follow his recommendations before it's too late.
Mitch Earleywine, Professor of Psychology, University at Albany, SUNY; author of Understanding Marijuana