Our strain of the month in Dope Magazine’s November 2015 issue is Koffee, bred by Washington local, Kaya (@PacificNWRootz). Read the review here…Read more "Kaya’s Koffee: Strain of the Month"
Dawgstar was one of the first licensed recreational grows in Seattle, bringing strains like Blueberry Cheesecake, UW Purple and Jesus to the Washington recreational market. Here’s a look inside their garden.. Read more at dawgstar.comRead more "Dawgstar Recreational Cannabis Facility"
4.19.2015 – For the 4th annual Dope Cup we decided to take it back to the location of the 2nd Dope Cup (my personal favorite), 7 Point Studios! This was my fourth year shooting the Dope Cup and it’s been amazing watching it grow so rapidly. Dope sets the bar higher and higher each event and […]Read more "The 4th Annual Dope Cup"
Quave Glass’s Sea Glass Series and Quave Glass & N8 Mier’s CollabRead more "Quave Glass"
A look at my photos that were published in DOPE Mag’s March and April issues (got the cover for April issue, woot!) April: March:Read more "March and April 2014 DOPE Magazine features"
January:February: Read the entire magazine at issuu.com/dlistmagazineRead more "January & February 2014 DOPE features"
John Davis accepting the awards for Safest Access Point, NWPRC Fremont Gardens accepting the Dope Industry Award for Best Atmosphere Piece of Mind accepting the Dope Industry Award for Best Head ShopNW Cannabis Market accepting the Dope Industry Award for Most Charitable Conscious Care Cooperative accepting the Dope Industry Award for Best Delivery Service Stephanie […]Read more "Dope Industry Awards"
Strain of the Month DOPE Magazine: December IssueRead more "True OG"
DOPE Magazine featured the Galaxy NW Cannabis Market in the December Holiday Issue. Markets such as these may be the future of medical cannabis. NW Cannabis Market (Galaxy) 2329 Rainier Ave S Seattle, WA 98144 NW Cannabis Market (White Center) 9640 16th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98106 nwcannabismarket.com DOPE Magazine ArticleRead more "NW Cannabis Market"
The Washington State Liquor Control Board held a hearing Wednesday night available for public comment. 122 people signed up to speak but time was limited so they randomly called five at a time until 9pm. Patient after patient lined up to share their story with the LCB and how the recent recommendations to eliminate medical […]Read more "WSLCB Public Hearing on MMJ 11/13/13"