In the latest installment, host and documented joint-roller Eli Harrington visits the Burlington Farmer’s Market on UVM Graduation weekend for a ‘man on the street’ style interview asking Vermonters (and the tourists who pay the bills) what they think Governor Phil Scott should do with the bill on his desk and if they could ever envision cannabis at the Burlington Farmer’s Market.
While at the Farmer’s Market, we ran into a longtime friend and Burlington business maven, Cynthia Hausman of Cynthia’s Spa, an entrepreneur currently researching how she might revitalize and preserve her family’s organic farm land with a hemp crop AND who’s spa currently offers CBD oil treatment options!
Burlington looking peak in the sunshine, especially at the @bfmvermont Tune into next episode of @vermontijuana where we ask #folks about the #cannabis bill sitting on the Gov’s desk. In addition to about a dozen random people, talked about #hemp with @cyntheah (more on that soon!) and caught up on #vtpoli latest and with farmers market vendor, organic farmer, and Vermont’s Lieutenant Governor @d.zuckerman #vermont #farmersmarket #btv #organic #cannabis #cannabiscommunity #eatlocal #smokelocal #802 #420
Finally, we speak to longtime farmer’s market vendor and organic farmer (and Lt. Governor) David Zuckerman for a brief discussion of what he’s hearing for feedback from constituents and if he could imagine cannabis at a farmer’s market in the future.