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Roots & All Playlist - Jan. 2, 2018

Jan 8, 2018

JAZZMAN – ED HOLSTEIN - GATHERING AT THE EARL OF OLD TOWN

EIGHT BALL - STEVE GOODMAN – GATHERING AT THE EARL OF OLD TOWN

INTOXICATED RAT - DOC WATSON – DOC WATSON

STATESBORO BLUES - CHRIS SMITHER – DON’T IT DRAG ON

BROTHER CAN YOU SPARE A DIME - THE WEAVERS - ALMANAC

YOUR FRIENDLY LIBERAL NEIGHBORHOOD KU KLUX KLAN – CHAD MITCHELL TRIO – THE CHAD MITCHELL TRIO COLLECTION

GREENBACK DOLLAR - KINGSTON TRIO – NEW FRONTIER

I HATE THE CAPITALIST SYSTEM - BARBARA DANE - I HATE THE CAPITALIST SYSTEM

Old Kai's Missing Cannabis

Jan 4, 2018

Jan 4, 2017 -- On Tuesday, supporters of Old Kai Logistics packed the Board of Supervisors chambers to express their dismay about the unknown fate of 1,875 pounds of cannabis.  Old Kai is a county-licensed cannabis distribution company.

The Friday before Christmas, CHP pulled over an Old Kai driver and cited him for unlawful possession and transport of marijuana for sale. 

New Year's At The Dispensary

Jan 2, 2018

Jan 2, 2018 -- Recreational cannabis sales became legal in some parts of California on January 1, 2018. Two dispensaries in Ukiah got their temporary licenses under the emergency regulations that went into effect that day: Revolution Emporium and Kure Wellness, both on the north end of town. 

We'll visit both of them, and see how they brought in the new year.

Interview With Local Nursery Owner Ron Edwards

Dec 28, 2017

Dec 28, 2017 -- We're continuing our series of interviews with people in the cannabis industry, preparing for changes in the new year.  Today we'll hear from Ron Edwards, who runs CK Nursery just north of Willits.  Edwards' strategy is to prepare his business as scrupulously as he can, so that he can sell it in a few years. Click on the link below to hear him talk about his plans and his analysis.

Interview With Local Grower Susan Schindler

Dec 27, 2017

Dec 27, 2017 -- In November, I took a walk in Potter Valley with local cannabis cultivator Susan Schindler. This story is loosely divided into two parts. In the first half, we visit Schindler's medical cannabis garden, which was damaged by high winds during the October firestorms. The plants then died from lack of water during the evacuation of Potter Valley. I also took the opportunity to talk with Schindler about her preparations for the next phase of legalization, and how the fire affected her decisions.

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