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Dope magazine, November, 2018

Material Information

Title:
Dope magazine, November, 2018
Place of Publication:
Seattle, Washington
Publisher:
Dope Magazine
Publication Date:
Frequency:
annual
regular
Language:
English
Edition:
Washington [State] edition.
Physical Description:
volumes : color illustrations ; 27 cm

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Marijuana -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
Cannabis -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
Marijuana -- Therapeutic use -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
Cannabis -- Therapeutic use -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
Marijuana -- Periodicals -- Colorado ( lcsh )
Marijuana -- Periodicals -- Washington (State) ( lcsh )
Cannabis ( fast )
Cannabis -- Therapeutic use ( fast )
Marijuana ( fast )
Marijuana -- Therapeutic use ( fast )
Colorado ( fast )
Washington (State) ( fast )
Genre:
Periodicals. ( fast )
serial ( sobekcm )
Periodicals ( fast )

Notes

General Note:
"Defending Our Plant Everywhere."--Cover.
General Note:
Published in four (4) separate editions: Washington, Oregon, California, Colorado.
General Note:
Editions designated by state flag symbol on front cover and mast head.
General Note:
Some issues have separate titles: The Advocacy Issue, The Health Issue, etc.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
929464135 ( OCLC )
ocn929464135

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DISCARDED FOOD BECOMES RENEWABLE ENERGY
HOME, A QUEER COOKING SERIES
THE OPIOID CRISIS ENTERS OUR FOOD CHAIN
EFENDING OUR LANT VERYWHERE


THE FOOD ISSUE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
r s
FEATURES
030 ENVIRONMENT
EAT LOCAL, WASTE LOCAL
TURNING DISCARDED FOOD INTO RENEWABLE ENERGY
036 CULTURE
HOME, A QUEER COOKING SERIES
PUTTING A FORK IN STEREOTYPICAL QUEER NARRATIVES
044 CULTURE
ON LIFE AND COMPETITIVE EATING
CHASING EFFERVESCENCE WITH SARAH REINECKE
048 POLITICS
HOW DISCRIMINATION RESHAPED AMERICAN AGRICULTURE
THE USDA HAS NEVER BEEN BLACK AMERICAS FRIEND
054 DOPE INVESTIGATES
JUST HOW GREEN IS YOUR CANNABIS?
DESPITE LEGALIZATION'S MOMENTUM, SUSTAINABLE CANNABIS CULTIVATION REMAINS AN AFTERTHOUGHT
066 HEALTH
THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC ENTERS THE FOOD CHAIN
PRESCRIPTION AND OTHER DRUGS FIND THEIR WAY INTO OUR WATERWAYS
072 EDITORS CHOICE
EDIBLES
SMALL BITES FOR THE MODERN CANNABIS KITCHEN
074 DOPE SHOTS
DOPE SHOTS
CONGRATULATIONS, DEREK GUMIN
078 HSCOUTEDBYDOPE
#SCOUTEDBYDOPE
GET YOUR BUZZ ON!
080 ENVIRONMENT
THIS IS GOING TO F-ING SUCK
MY WEEK WITHOUT PLASTIC
PHOTOGRAPHY
JORDAN SWENSON
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.l,. THE FOOD ISSUE TABLE OF CONTENTS FEATURES 030 ENVIRONMENT EAT LOCAL, WASTE LOCAL TURNING DISCARDED FOOD INTO RENEWABLE ENERGY 036 CULTURE HOME, A QUEER COOKING SERIES PUTTI N G A FORK IN STEREOTYPICAL QUEER NARRATIVES 044 CULTURE ON LIFE AND COMPETITIVE EATING CHASING EFFERVESCENCE WITH SARAH REINECKE 048 POLITICS HOW DISCRIMINATION RESHAPED AMERICAN AGRICULTURE THE USDA HAS NEVER BEEN BLACK AMERICA'S FRIEND 054 DOPE INVESTIGATES JUST HOW GREEN IS YOUR CANNABIS? DESPITE LEGALIZATION S MOMENTUM, SUSTA I NABLE CANNABIS CULTIVATION REMAINS AN AFTERTHOUGHT 066 HEALTH THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC ENTERS THE FOOD CHAIN PRESCRIPTION AND OTHER DRUGS FIND THEIR WAY INTO OUR WATERWAYS 072 EDITOR'S CHOICE EDIBLES SMALL BITES FOR THE MODERN CANNABIS KITCHEN 074 DOPE SHOTS DOPE SHOTS CONGRATULATIONS, DEREK GUMIN 078 #SCOUTEDBYDOPE GET YOUR BUZZ ON' 080 ENVIRONMENT "THIS IS GOING TO F-ING SUCK" MY WEEK WITHOUT PLASTIC PHOTOGRAPHY JORD A N S WEN SO N