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The Future Of Weed: High Country

In HIGH COUNTRY, Motherboard heads to Denver--ground zero for cannabis legalization, and home to a booming tech sector in what could be called the SIlicon Valley of weed--to inhale the newest high-tech highs. We visit the key players scaling up this new green tech, wrap our heads around all the money to be made, crack open the confusing science of America's No. 1 cash crop, and smoke dabs.



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When I lived in CO a couple

When I lived in CO a couple of years ago I was pretty heavily involved in all this when it first started blowing up. It was really interesting seeing the industry grow from a market perspective as innovation took off as different companies came up with really creative edibles, treats teas etc. Many shops even gave free 'medicine' to cancer patients.

This is why we need to legalize industrial Hemp production in this country. There is a huge amount of smart and creative young professionals our there working shit corporate jobs and not applying themselves that could be working on meaningful innovations in a Hemp based Renaissance right here in the US.

We all share this eternally evolving present moment- The past and future only exist as inconsequential mental fabrications.

In the land of the free...Free for Who?

The documentary was educational, ty.