We’re honoring 420 this year by giving 20% of sales from our top 5 vendors to the Last Prisoner Project, a non-profit dedicated to cannabis criminal justice reform. We chose 4/20 the national cannabis holiday, as a perfect time to celebrate good herb while supporting a great cause. Cannabis is not a crime, everyone deserves to enjoy this invaluable plant.
20% of sales from the following vendors to support The Last Prisoner Project!
We love celebrating 420 with big smoke and high fives, but also recognize the opportunity to help those who sacrificed their freedom for cannabis. We are very grateful for the opportunity to legally serve our community and believe it is our responsibility to help release those impacted by cannabis related charges.
Botanica – Handcrafted from scratch in Seattle. Each and every Moxey Mint, Journeyman gummy, and Spot chocolate are patiently infused slow-and-low ensuring unique cannabinoid profiles in every dose.
Heylo – Started by Lo, an environmental chemist who received her B.A. in chemistry from Northwestern University, utilizes scientific methods to continually improve the vape cartridge experience both in flavor and effects.
Fairwinds – Empower the health and wellness of society by integrating effective cannabis and herbal remedies into daily life. Fairwinds fuses ancient life science wisdom with modern engineering to create effective CBD cannabis products on the market.
Gold Leaf Gardens – Hawaiian roots grown locally in Lacey, WA. Clean green certified and always grown with aloha. Energizing highs that motivate and inspire. Their Animal Sherbert is a staple strain for stoney indica lovers. Pacific NW Roots – Long time cannabis breeder Kaya and the Roots Crew produce single sourced solventless hash grown on a regenerative farm. Family owned and operated since 2010. Without the farmer, there is no flower. Without the flower, there is no hash. Most known for Kaya’s Koffee and Hamma Hamma.
“Those of us fortunate enough to find success and build wealth in the cannabis industry have an opportunity to make sure that every single cannabis prisoner is released and supported through the process of rebuilding their lives by providing support for clemency, expungement and re-entry programs.” – Steve DeAngelo founder of The Last Prisoner Project