- Renowned American actor Woody Harrelson is using his celebrity status to advocate for cannabis reform and regenerative agriculture. He recently visited Southern Humboldt County’s cannabis farms, including Briceland Forest Farms, as part of a PR trip to capture footage for his dispensary, The Woods, in West Hollywood, Los Angeles.
- Harrelson’s visit to these farms is strategically aimed at highlighting the importance of small farms, and sun-grown marijuana, and promoting sustainable practices within the cannabis industry. As an Advisory Board member of NORML and the owner of The Woods dispensary, Harrelson is deeply involved in the cannabis industry and is committed to showcasing the value of regenerative agriculture.
- This collaboration between Harrelson, his dispensary, and local farms is a significant step toward promoting sustainable cannabis cultivation methods and advocating for legal reform. It emphasizes the unique qualities and flavors of sun-grown cannabis from small family farms and underscores the importance of preserving the environment while producing high-quality cannabis products.
Renowned American actor Woody Harrelson recently visited Southern Humboldt County’s cannabis farms to advocate for cannabis reform and regenerative agriculture, reports Redheaded Blackbelt.
With a camera crew in tow, Harrelson toured farms including Briceland Forest Farms, highlighting the importance of small farm, sungrown marijuana and sustainable practices in the industry.
Harrelson, a member of the Advisory Board of NORML and owner of The Woods dispensary in West Hollywood, is committed to promoting these values.
His collaboration with local farms and his dispensary has advanced sustainable cannabis cultivation and legal reform while showcasing sun-grown cannabis from small farms.
This visit aimed to create media and emphasize the unique qualities of regenerative agriculture and high-quality cannabis products.