a woman proudly holding a bouquet of pot flowers

Feminist Weed Farmer: Growing Mindful Medicine in Your Own Backyard

by Madrone Stewart

Weed is a powerful medicine, and growing your own is as empowering as it gets. Experienced Humboldt farmer Madrone Stewart, shares her hard-won knowledge gained from years of growing cannabis, Zen meditation, and surviving as a woman in a male-dominated industry. She walks you through the big picture and details of growing six backyard plants, from selecting seeds to harvesting and processing. Humorous, sage, and with a big heart, each chapter is infused with what she's learned about equalizing the weed industry, applying mindfulness to pest management, and the importance of owning each step of the process. If you've ever wanted to grow your own pot or make hash or kief at home, this book is your wise guide. 

 

 

 

Comments/Reviews

thu 7/26 6:32pm

"[Everything you need to know about this book] featuring sections on "Creating a Good Growing Environment," "Protecting your Plants" and "Harvesting your Medicine," can be found in the title"

http://www.ebar.com/arts_&_culture/books/261484

thu 7/26 3:55am

"[It's] important to take a look at books written about cannabis by cannabis growers themselves, especially in the current climate of industry growth, and also from the perspective of those people who come from marginalized backgrounds.

Written by cultivator Madrone Stewart, Feminist Weed Farmer: Growing Your Own Medicine in Your Own Backyard uses a personal narrative to explain the basics of home growing — from seeding to harvesting to processing — through a woman-centric lens"."

http://www.cannabiscommunityinfo.com/best-books-to-read-about-cannabis-history-and-growing/

fri 5/25 8:25pm

...the author incorporates her personal experiences into an empowering, educational narrative.

http://bigbudsmag.com/feminist-weed-farmer-madrone-stewart-interview

fri 5/25 8:17pm

"...handbook for 'women, queer folks, and folks of color' who are 'radically excluded... from the emerging cannabis industry' and wish to learn to farm mindfully."

https://www.publishersweekly.com/9781621060215

tue 4/24 8:21pm

"...isn’t just a call to arms for recreational pot smokers—especially women, people of color, and LGBTQ people—to start growing their own weed. It’s also a step-by-step guide aimed at demystifying the gardening process (assuming, of course, that growing your own cannabis is legal in your home state)."

https://broadly.vice.com/en_us/article/3kjej3/how-to-grow-your-own-weed-feminist-weed-farmer