Over the last three years, cannabis has gained increasing popularity in Whatcom County. Yet, there is still much to learn and understand about this topic. This page, sponsored by the Center for Mindful Use (CMU), is designed to educate and raise awareness of the cannabis industry and what is happening within our own community.

CMU provides a safe, free and fun place to talk and learn with others about cannabis. Topics include the social, medical, spiritual, cultural, recreational, legal and historical foundations of cannabis and the best practices for its reintroduction into modern society.

Cannabis Education

Q&A with Jesse Straight of Eagle Trees Cannabis Farm

Eagle Trees Cannabis Farm prides themselves on growing cannabis free of pesticides, fungicides and chemical fertilizers. They believe in a way of farming that’s...

Mia Gover: Providing Medical Cannabis Education

Mia Gover’s cannabis career started almost by accident. In 2015, she took a break from classes at Western Washington University to work in retail...

Trey Reckling and the Academy of Cannabis Science

Her name was Sweet Georgia Brown. When Trey Reckling’s trusty companion and dog of 14 years had a stroke, he didn’t know how much...

Danielle Rosellison Answers Your Top Cannabis Questions

Submitted by Danielle Rosellison of Trail Blazin' Productions What is medical cannabis? Where do I buy it? Which products do I want for my conditions? I've...

Somewhere Over the Rainbow Bridge

It seems like something out of a fairytale. As you walk west down Cornwall Avenue toward the Center for Mindful Use, you can make out...

Is Cannabis Really a Magical Plant?

Submitted by: Danielle Rosellison, Trail Blazin' Productions Ihave heard stories of cannabis helping everything from shingles to rheumatoid arthritis to seizures to gout, psoriasis, eczema,...

Feel the Hula Hoop Love with Joy Love

It isn’t easy to turn your biggest fear into your greatest strength. If you had told Joy Love 10 years ago that she’d successfully...

Free Events and Gatherings at The Center for Mindful Use

It may seem that cannabis has been legal in Washington state for a long time, but it’s actually been a mere six years. With...

Bellingham Life Coach Nancy Southern Teams Up With Center For Mindful Use to Bring...

Nancy Southern—baby boomer, creative life coach and cannabis advocate—has recently teamed up with Bellingham’s Center for Mindful Use (CMU) to bring cannabis awareness and...

At the Forefront of Change with Satori Bellingham Owner Quinn Sharpe

Originally from Spokane, Washington, Satori Bellingham owner Quinn Sharpe has lived on the western side of the state longer than on the eastern side,...

In Honor of October being National Fair Trade Month … Buy Local. Be Local.

Submitted by Satori, written by Danielle Rosellison Every Bellinghamster knows this mantra (thank you Sustainable Connections). We value local food. We value local businesses. We understand the direct...

Destigmatizing Cannabis through Education at Bellingham’s Center for Mindful Use

By day, Mike Hiestand is a free speech lawyer. By night he is the co-founder and volunteer director of Bellingham's Center for Mindful Use,...
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Jaramie Thomas – Medical Marijuana Advocate at Satori

Having grown up quickly in the small town of Elko, Nevada, Jaramie Thomas, now 38, moved to Washington State as a teenager to begin...

From the President’s Desk: American Values

Submitted by: Danielle Rosellison, President of The Cannabis Alliance Iam not that different from you, you know? I've lived in Bellingham for 17 years and...

Satori and The Center for Mindful Use Open in Bellingham

Submitted by: Satori Cannabis Boutique As the movement to legalize cannabis progresses, a new Bellingham organization wants to help those who choose to use the...
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