Cannabis Yoga Brunch Pairing | Summer 2018
The legalization of recreational cannabis in Colorado opened the flood gates to cannabis tourism. People came from across the United States and other parts of the world to enjoy their freedom to consume their favorite herb. Canna-tourists, faced with the realization that public consumption was not legal, were left with few options for places to consume.
Over the years, many solutions to this conundrum were born. Yoga with a View is one such response. Organized by Mason Jar Event Group, this private cannabis gathering, blends cannabis yoga, food and community.
Bringing seasoned cannabis locals, cannabis industry professionals, and cannabis tourists together, this special event provides an immersion into cannabis through the space of flow yoga and a farm-to-table brunch. The Farm is proud to support this private community gathering, which challenges the status quo and brings yogis of all walks of life to enjoy cannabis in a beautiful setting.
Cannabis CBD Sale at The Farm
August is CBD Education Month!
Save 25% on Select Cannabis CBD Products
Boulder’s largest selection of cannabis CBD products just got better! Each week, you’ll save 25% on specific cannabis CBD products, like infused edibles, flower, concentrates and topical options.
If you’ve been on the fence about entering the world of cannabis and want to do it safely, cannabis CBD products can be the perfect way!
One of the most important things to know about CBD oils is their origin. Today, Whole Foods, Lucky’s and numerous other retailers carry an abundance of CBD products. These nationally-available CBD products are sourced from hemp, due to the current federal regulations on THC (the psychoactive compound). (more…)
Satisfy the Munchies in Style, with River & Woods and The Farm
What’s typically the first thing that comes to mind soon after consuming certain strains of cannabis?
Food. Junk food for some.
But not in Boulder.
Though Boulderites have been know to sneak unhealthy comestibles—once in a blue moon, of course—we are more often drawn to choosing nutritious, locally-sourced, organic, fresh food made with delicious ingredients.
That’s why The Farm and River and Woods – Colorado Comfort Cuisine have teamed up, yet again, to bring guests a perk they can sink their teeth into.
A Very Special Autograph Session with Zion Godchaux
BOULDER, Colorado, May 25, 2018 — Zion Rock Godchaux, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist of BoomBox, will be visiting The Farm, Boulder’s foremost adult use dispensary on Thursday, May 31, 2018, from 5:00 to 6:00 pm. This exclusive autograph session will take place just ahead of BoomBox’s Colorado concerts in Aspen and Red Rocks in early June.
BoomBox approached The Farm Genetics™ to develop their signature cannabis strain in 2017. Launched earlier this year, the highly-potent OG-dominant indica strain, BackBeat OG, is a cross between popular strains Starfighter and Chuckles OG. With a THC content upwards of 30%, BackBeat OG wowed the multicolored pants off BoomBox and Farm fans alike. (more…)
Striving to be One Tough Mudder
Just after completing the race of his life—The World’s Toughest Mudder—Nicholas Allmond wrote this anecdote about his experience as a Tough Mudder in November of 2017. In this article, our first installation of our What’s Your Craft series, we feature a top cannathlete who’s competed in some of the world’s most grueling obstacle course races. (Do you want to be featured on our social media channels and website? Submit your cannabis success story on our What’s Your Craft page!)
Last week was my big race of the season, World’s Toughest Mudder in Las Vegas. As advertised, it completely kicked mine and the other 1,700 athletes’ rear! This was my 4th year competing in this event and after a huge season, I had high hopes.
Together, with my Canadian brother, we gave it our all. From lap 1 to lap 14, we held 3rd place. On the last mile of the race, we were passed by another team and had to settle with 4th place. Neither my Partner nor I could breathe from all the sand blowing around, combined with our tight wet-suits.
Our pace dropped significantly during the last 15 miles of the race. Had we been able to push late, as planned, 1st or 2nd was all ours. That’s the way it goes in this race, though, and next year I will be back for vengeance. At the end of the day out of 1,700+ athletes we placed 4th with 70 miles and completed just under 300 obstacles in 24 hours.