What Are You Smoking? is hosted by a rotating cast of Leafly’s cannabis experts—Will Hyde, Bailey Rahn, Emily Resling, and Dante Jordan. Tune in every Wednesday to hear activists, entrepreneurs, farmers, processors, and figures from from all corners of the cannabis world weigh in on the latest developments in the industry, what’s coming next, and of course, what new strains and products they’re enjoying these days.
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What Are You Smoking? Episode 53: Justin Tacy and Brandon Woodland of Burnwell Farms
Legalization has ramped up cannabis cultivation in the US, leaving many growers wondering how they can remain competitive in the market while also employing responsible farming practices. Justin Tacy and Brandon Woodland of Burnwell cannabis join the show this week to share some of the techniques and tactics they’ve developed to keep their work sustainable.
We’ll talk about what sustainability efforts in the cannabis industry look like right now, what growers can do to ensure they’re being environmentally friendly, and the unexpected troubles that can sometimes arise from using sustainable solutions like cork lids for cannabis packaging. We’ll also learn how retailers and consumers can help support sustainable farming efforts and make sure environmentally responsible cultivators can make it to dispensary shelves.
And don’t worry—we didn’t let anyone out of the studio before they shared what they’re been smoking. Them’s the rules!
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Strains, Products, and Brands in This Episode:
Cookies and Cream by Burnwell – Find Cookies and Cream Nearby
Meet Your Show Hosts
Emily Resling is a Senior Lifestyle Editor at Leafly, a sommelier in a previous life, and a lover of dinner with friends.
Dante Jordan is a Content Associate for Leafly. He’s sorry for not seeing your email and will do better in the future.