The Green Scene TV is creating A Cannabis News & Information Show
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Over the past eight years I have written and produced The Green Scene TV to document the evolution of legal cannabis and its intersection with urban culture. I started in San Francisco in 2010 at a startup called Vidsf. Since then I went on to the East Bay where I hit the streets as an Indie journalist. From my hard hitting on site interviews at vigils and protests, to my studio interviews at Chopsticks urban art space in the heart of Oakland, CA with underground Rappers, I learned the lessons that only producing my own show could teach.

My journey brought me to the home of legalized Cannabis, the state of Colorado. More precisely the Denver Metro where there are more dispensaries than I've ever seen in one place. I wanted to see what it would be like to live in a state where cannabis had some history as a legal recreational product. California had history with decriminalization but with the ink on legalization still wet on the paper where it was signed there was little concrete data to explore through my journalistic lens. I just had to know what this felt like and what the rules of engagement were. How much could one consume? What were the taxes from this consumption doing for its citizens. How has legalization affected the physical and mental health of the community? Of course, is the care taken in production of Cannabis and its related products better under legalization? I grew even more curious about the data produced from the years of legalization. And, as many say, Colorado law in many ways is becoming the template for legalization around the United States.

Which brings me to the eighth season, where you'll witness the evolution of me as not just an advocate and indie journalist to an actual investigative reporter offering insights, exposés, stories and cases I've followed for years. In this context I will be exploring the science, the health data and economic actualities of legalized Cannabis in its first legal incarnation.

Join me on our new journey as I explore and report to you the world of legalized Cannabis from the home and national template for legalized/recreational cannabis. In The Green Scene: Denver Edition!
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Goals
$9 of $3,000 per month
To cover production costs, in order to bring you more episodes with more frequency. Thank you for joining us on this journey.
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Over the past eight years I have written and produced The Green Scene TV to document the evolution of legal cannabis and its intersection with urban culture. I started in San Francisco in 2010 at a startup called Vidsf. Since then I went on to the East Bay where I hit the streets as an Indie journalist. From my hard hitting on site interviews at vigils and protests, to my studio interviews at Chopsticks urban art space in the heart of Oakland, CA with underground Rappers, I learned the lessons that only producing my own show could teach.

My journey brought me to the home of legalized Cannabis, the state of Colorado. More precisely the Denver Metro where there are more dispensaries than I've ever seen in one place. I wanted to see what it would be like to live in a state where cannabis had some history as a legal recreational product. California had history with decriminalization but with the ink on legalization still wet on the paper where it was signed there was little concrete data to explore through my journalistic lens. I just had to know what this felt like and what the rules of engagement were. How much could one consume? What were the taxes from this consumption doing for its citizens. How has legalization affected the physical and mental health of the community? Of course, is the care taken in production of Cannabis and its related products better under legalization? I grew even more curious about the data produced from the years of legalization. And, as many say, Colorado law in many ways is becoming the template for legalization around the United States.

Which brings me to the eighth season, where you'll witness the evolution of me as not just an advocate and indie journalist to an actual investigative reporter offering insights, exposés, stories and cases I've followed for years. In this context I will be exploring the science, the health data and economic actualities of legalized Cannabis in its first legal incarnation.

Join me on our new journey as I explore and report to you the world of legalized Cannabis from the home and national template for legalized/recreational cannabis. In The Green Scene: Denver Edition!

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You're Green!
$1 or more per month 1 patron
One vlog a month...
A one time donation
$5 or more per month 0 patrons
perhaps you only like to be Green once, and not every month