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Boulder’s Pot Prophesy: Legalization Lowers Smuggling Into the USA

May 13th, 2024

A promise and expectation tied to pot legalization has become the hoped for reality. The legal market was to hurt the illegal market.Our USA marijuana for the USA is cheaper than smuggled pot, far better than smuggled pot, and reduces the flow of money into the coffers of the Mexican Cartels. This benefit of legalization was anticipated and hoped for, and now is a reality! When we devoted decades of our lives to legalization of marijuana, we included our thinking that legalization would decrease pot trade for the underground cartels and other gangs. Many older stoners remember low-grade brick weed,... Read More

Jill’s Journey: Unleashing the Power of Youth and Genius at Playa Puertecito

July 19th, 2023

In our exploration of the transformative realm that is Playa Puertecito and our ‘Boulder to Baja’ adventures, we have encountered remarkable individuals who embody the spirit of youth empowerment. This week, we shine a spotlight on Jillian Runkle, a beacon of inspiration who has been igniting change via PeaceJam and other projects since the tender age of nine. Her unique perspective on the diverse spaces and worlds that intertwine within and beyond Playa Puertecito unveils profound insights and a passion for creating a world where many worlds fit. If you are interested in reading last... Read More

Unveiling the Extraordinary: A Journey of Youth Empowerment at Playa Puertecito: Boulder to Baja EmpowerGen Adventure Series

July 14th, 2023

Last week, we embarked on an unforgettable adventure to Playa Puertecito, a place where the magnificence of turquoise waters merges with the enchantment of nature. Read last week’s article written on the land here.  As we continue to explore the profound connections and transformative experiences that unfold in this remarkable sanctuary, we are reminded of the immense power of youth empowerment and the remarkable stories that emerge from young changemakers. Ulysses Diaz, a volunteer and local community builder, in his contemplation of our purpose in this beautiful place, prompted us to... Read More

Big Beer Brings Protest to Mexicali

February 2nd, 2018

Water is a basic human right, correct? Even within our society’s divided climate, I think that is something we can all agree upon. No person should go without water. I mean, after all, an adult human body consists of about 60% water. It’s safe to say, we need it. Now, let me ask you another question: It’s not a shock to anyone that California, and southwestern states in general have been suffering from a drought, correct? So, why would Baja California be any different? Wouldn’t they be suffering from the same drought as us? The answer is, yes, they are suffering from severe drought, causing... Read More