[VIDEO] Kevin Jodrey on the emergence of Cannabidiol (CBD)

Photo source: @Wonderlandnursery (Instagram)

For Ethnography into the Human-Cannabis Relationship is a collaboration between filmmaker Steve Hyde and social scientist Dominic Corva Ph.D. Ethnographic interviews differ from other kinds of interviews because an ethnographic approach seeks to shine a light on the ways that individual experiences reflect collective ones. This episode is an interview with Kevin Jodrey at the Seattle Hemp Fest August 17th 2015.

Kevin co-founded The Ganjier and has been a commercial propagator of cannabis for decades, running his own operations and offering consulting services. He considers himself a steward of the plant and has long had a fascination with it. As an internationally respected cannabis expert and easily the most well-known Humboldt cultivator, he has spoken at universities, been a judge at the Emerald Cup, and consulted with TV networks on cannabis-related programming. Featured in the New York Times, the Washington Post, countless other articles, books, and radio shows, he is at the epicenter of the modern cannabis movement. He owns Wonderland Nursery in Humboldt County, CA .
source: www.thegangier.com

Steve Hyde

research professional with a background in the humanities and geographical sciences. I design geographic information systems and make social and cultural documentary films.

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