I’m a horticulturist, and I see the Earth not just as our home but also as our provider. Everything we need to survive and thrive comes from the earth — and growing marijuana is something we need. Cannabis can provide so many things to so many people and a real freedom is achieved when people learn to provide for themselves. Community gardens build neighbourhoods and create bonds that bring people together and make us all stronger. It’s my wish to see more people growing their own foods, flowers, and herbs — for a better, healthier, freer life.
The future of recreational legal weed in Canada seems inevitable, if still too limited. While activists chafe at the regulations, the hope remains that a new legal market will make […]
A very big thank you to all of the competitors at the 2017 Twelve High Chicks M.O.M. Cup. Without your marvellous companies, Canadians that can’t (or don’t want to) join […]
Reading the final report from the Task Force on Legalization and Regulation of Cannabis in Canada released late in 2016, I got the same feeling I get watching puppies open […]
By now we hope you’ve heard that we want you to judge the M.O.M. Cup happening the last weekend in February (24th–26th) 2017. It’s going to be a party! Here at […]
If you believe in karma — the cosmic principle according to which each person’s deeds in a previous incarnation are rewarded or punished in the next incarnation — are involved […]
What is the future for personal recreational growing? For obvious reasons, patients’ advocates fought hard for the right to grow one’s own medical marijuana. Now that the Liberal government has […]
I adore the Overgrow Canada movement. The message is powerful and peaceful: overgrow Canada with cannabis. If people have the courage to grow cannabis plants in their front yards, window […]
We’re so very pleased to announce that Twelve High Chicks Magazine is now available to buy in print! It’s been a wild ride. We’ve chosen the best articles from the website to refresh […]
Wednesday, February 24th, 2016 was a monumental day in Canadian cannabis action with the long-awaited decision in the Allard case. It was a fight that saw medical marijuana users taking […]
Celebrations are over, the holidays have come and gone, the bills have started coming in, and tax time is near. Which means the days have started getting longer and many of us are anxiously waiting to start our new gardens so now is the time to finalize your summer growing plans. Good planning pays off and you gotta make hay while the sun shines, as the old saying goes.
The holiday season is here and while many people are jetting south to some warm climate or getting together with friends and family, for others it’s all about planning to grow out some plants next year.
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