Cannabis Legalization Celebration In Johnson Draws Industry Pros

Jul 1, 2018

Temperatures in the 90s seemed to keep attendance down at Heady Vermont's July 1 Legalization Celebration in Johnson. However, those who braved the heat experienced live music, workshops and a cannabis-themed marketplace.

Lorin Royer, of Eden, was selling his line of Dirty Boys Cultivation apparel, offering consulting services, and handing out free samples of THC cannabis.
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This group of festival-goers from Burlington found a shady spot at the Legalization Celebration to share a cigar-sized joint.
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Evan Fuller, of Humble Roots Horticulture, in Colchester, holds a cannabis flower bred for CBD.
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Williamstown Glassblower Seth Keighley sold his wares, from pipes to flasks, at the Legalization Celebration in Johnson.
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This stretch of the Lamoille River was one of the festival's biggest attractions, as temperatures soared into the 90s.
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