Links

Info for New Growers

Forums for Growers

  • Grasscity – FREE marijuana pictures, photos, articles, tips, and advice on Cannabis Cultivation. Great forum on marijuana cultivation. – Grasscity.com fights for legalization of marijuana.
  • Grow Weed Forum – Public Forum discussion on the growing of marijuana. Large forum covering many topics. Hydrophonics mostly. Also sells books and affiliate of seedbanks.
  • Roll it Up – Forum that provides information on cultivation and consumption of marijuana.
  • Open Grow – This forum is to let suppliers have their marijuana products tested by OpenGrow members. Examples are seeds, growing systems, lighting, nutes, etcetera.
  • Growery.org – Forum with detailed information about marijuana including growing, strains, seeds, images and a busy community. Growery is an initiative of Shroomery.org.
  • Cannabis Compare Canna Compare contains reviews from customers and professional growers. It was started it to help people find the best cannabis selling webshops and other cannabis related stuff.
  • Cannabis Culture Forum – CANNABIS news, stories, and breaking events. News articles posted daily. Up-to-date info on all the marijuana happenings in our world.
  • THC Farmer– Learn how to grow marijuana or show of your marijuana cultivation skills on their forum. THCFarmer offers you everything you must know in order to grow the best weed!
  • 420 magazine forum – Large forum with lots of information. But they are very “Ban Happy” if you mention “non-sponsors or other 420 websites! Proceed with caution.

Medical Forums

  • Medical Marijuana Pro/Con – Medical Marijuana ProCon.org presents laws, studies, statistics, surveys, government reports, and pro and con statements on questions related to marijuana as medicine. For the best overview of this website, start with the four boxes below: 1-Minute Overview, expert responses to our core question “Should marijuana be a medical option?,” Top 10 Pros and Cons, and fun facts in Did You Know?
  • Medical Marijuana –  SIMM (Stichting Institute of Medical Marijuana) was launched in The Netherlands in 1993. Our purpose…To produce and supply patients with high quality medical cannabis, at the lowest possible price; organically grown in soil in a clean environment, and properly handled throughout the growing/curing process.
  • Medical Marijuana Blog – Working hard to become the leading medical marijuana website. Hopefully one day, all people with these medical conditions will be able to buy marijuana from medical marijuana dispensaries or grow legal Marijuana.

Magazines/Publications

  • High Times – HIGH TIMES magazine is the voice of the marijuana community, from the coffeeshops of Amsterdam to the medical cannabis scene. High Times is a New York-based magazine devoted chiefly to cannabis culture. The publication strongly advocates the legalization of cannabis. For a brief period, it moved toward a left-leaning lifestyle magazine under publisher Richard Stratton, who hired John Mailer, Norman Mailer’s youngest son, as executive editor. It has since returned to its earlier roots in the cannabis subculture.
  • International Cannagraphic Magazine – International Cannagraphic Magazine and DVD, features stories and videos about cannabis growing around the world. The International Cannagraphic exists to educate the world about the benefits of this amazing plant that was gifted to us by the creator. There is no other plant on Earth that provides so many products of beneficial use to human beings and other creatures.
  • Weed World Magazine – Weed World Magazine, the worlds biggest cannabis lifestyle magazine. We’re here to make sure you know what’s going on in your world… Don’t miss out!

More Information

  • Alliance for Cannabis Therapeutics (ACT) is dedicated to providing factual information on marijuana’s medical use. It is the first non-profit, patient-based group established to reform the laws which prohibit medical access to marijuana. It was founded in 1981 by Robert Randall, America’s first legal marijuana recipient (1976) and Alice O’Leary.
  • Center for Educational Research and Development(CERD) is an innovative, nonprofit organization devoted to the healthy development of young people and their families through evaluation, research, policy and program creation.
  • The Criminal Justice Policy Foundation is a Washington, DC-based, educational, nonprofit organization that works on innovative solutions to criminal justice problems.
  • The Drug Library the world’s largest online collection of drug policy related documents, featuring full-text articles, research papers, and even books. The Drug Library is a project of the Drug Reform Coordination Network.
  • The Drug Reform Coordination Network(DRCNet) is a central Internet resource for activists working toward drug policy reform. DRCNet offers legislative and media alerts, as well as The Week Online, an e-zine featuring original, comprehensive coverage of the Drug War and the movement for reform.
  • DrugSense works to ensure more balanced and accurate media coverage of drug policy issues and maintains a comprehensive archive of drug policy news and many free E-mail subscription services.
  • Educators for Sensible Drug Policy, is an organization of educators with members in Canada, U.S.A., Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, and Japan. Youth require accurate, scientific reality-based information regarding drug use and abuse. EFSDP is devoted to bringing the training, influence, and credibility of the teacher profession to drug law debate and reform.
  • The Harm Reduction Coalition (HRC) is committed to reducing drug-related harm among individuals and communities by initiating and promoting harm reduction education, interventions, and community organizing. HRC believes in every individual’s right to health and well-being as well as in their competency to protect and help themselves, their loved ones, and their communities.
  • Harm Reduction Psychotherapy and Training Associates provides substance abuse counseling as well as harm reduction training for therapists and counselors who want to learn about a different approach to treatment. In harm reduction treatment, any treatment goal is valid that helps reduce harm to an individual. Therefore, total abstinence is one goal among several alternatives. In other words, abstinence falls under the umbrella of harm reduction. This results in an approach that tailors the treatment to fit the individual, rather than trying to make the individual fit into a treatment model.
  • The Lindesmith Center – Drug Policy Research Institution – A policy research institute founded in 1994 that focuses on broadening the debate on drug policy and related issues. The guiding principle of the center is harm reduction, an alternative approach to drug policy and treatment that focuses on minimizing the adverse effects of both drug use and drug prohibition.
  • Marihuana: the Forbidden Medicine – Your virtual hosts are: Lester Grinspoon, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School and James Bakalar, J.D., Lecturer in Law in the Department of Psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School.
  • Media Awareness Project(MAP) works to ensure more balanced and accurate media coverage of drug policy issues and maintains a comprehensive archive of drug policy news and many free e-mail subscription services.
  • Oregon Green Free (OGF) serves an on-line OMMP community. On their website you will find pages with OMMP related information and email forums.
  • Renewables: Industrial Hemp presents articles and documentation on the hemp plant, the world’s premier renewable resource.
  • Medical Marijuana Online Resource Center is a huge storehouse of information on many aspects of medical cannabis.