11/07/22 • 42 min
In this episode, we speak with Quilin Achat, the founder of the "Stay Calm Its A Plant" movement, about how to build a thriving cannabis community.
The Importance of Community in the Cannabis Industry
The cannabis industry has long been stigmatized and marginalized. Cannabis activists, advocates, and enthusiasts have fought tirelessly to change the public's perception of cannabis and to promote its benefits. By building a strong community, we can make a difference in the industry and ensure that cannabis legalization is accessible to all.
The Legacy of the Cannabis Movement in Trinidad and Tobago
Quilin Achat has been building a cannabis community in Trinidad and Tobago for years. Her work is informed by the legacy of the cannabis movement in the country, which has a long history of cannabis use. Achat is passionate about educating people on the benefits of cannabis and how it can be used for medicinal and sacramental purposes.
Tips for Building a Strong Cannabis Community
Building a cannabis community requires patience, dedication, and a willingness to collaborate. Achat shares some insights on how to build a successful cannabis community:
- Connect with like-minded individuals: Networking is key to building a cannabis community. Attend events, join social media groups, and seek out other cannabis enthusiasts who share your passion for the plant.
- Educate others: Many people are still misinformed about cannabis, so educating others is essential. Share your knowledge and experience with those who are new to the cannabis world.
- Collaborate with other organizations: Partnering with other organizations can help amplify your message and reach more people. By collaborating with other organizations, you can create a stronger, more unified community.
- Be patient: Building a community takes time. Be patient and keep at it. Your efforts will pay off in the long run.
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