Madeline St. Amour
Madeline St. Amour is a recent transplant to Colorado from the East Coast. Before moving, she worked at a small daily newspaper in Maine, where she covered everything from the governor pardoning a dog and houses made of hay to the opioid crisis and the tension between schools and taxpayers. Before that she studied journalism in Albany, New York, where she grew up, and worked as a stringer for the Associated Press in the state's capital.
Colorado long distance runner and U.S. Army veteran Flavie Dokken uses gummies from Wana Brands, a Boulder-based edibles company, to promote cannabis as an asset for athletes, recover as an athlete and treat her medical conditions.
For Heather DeRose, hemp made sense because it checks off a lot of nutritional boxes. It’s high in magnesium, vitamins B and E, iron, zinc and omega-3 acids. Many of the vitamins it contains help support proper brain function, which in turn helps ...
3 years ago | Business
“You know what ladies? We need to invest. We need investment money that comes from women.”
3 years ago | Interviews
In an interview with Westword, Borman talks about “puffragettes,” today’s challenges in the industry and much more.
The Three a Light app is based on the book of the same name that aims to teach regular people how to increase their yields from their cannabis plants.