bayareabrendan | Apr 12, 2011
This is alot like Oaksterdam University in Oakland, CA. I think it is great to see new colleges that teach the art of cultivating cannabis for medical use. People should never be denied education, and when you learn how to grow marijuana you also learn alot about botany, horticulture, biology, and just more about life and how connected we are to the earth.
lindzzz | Apr 12, 2011
Mr. Logan is certainly doing something wonderful for the residents of Maine. It is smart of him to choose to grow basil instead to avoid any legal issues since Maine law does not allow patients to help provide for each other. I hope that enough people are able to take the classes who need it, I can see the location being a problem seeing as it is a pioneer venture and may be hours away from some patients who cannot necessarily make the trip. Thankfully we live in a digital age and there are always tips online for those who cannot leave their homes.
SkillitHits247 | Apr 14, 2011
This is awesome! Great job and thanks, Logan! You're right, bayareabrendan, also like Oaksterdam University there is also GGECO University with the well-known marijuana activist and patient, cancer survivor, Bret Bogue as the professor and his wife Janette as the dean (http://ggecouniversity.spruz.com/faculty.htm) Which provides courses online, thanks to the digital age; as lindzzz said. All these people schooling others are helping patients access their medication and the marijuana movement; there should be more people out there like this willing to share their many years of cultivating experiences, even the new age cultivators that have learned from the old school growers and tried new techniques to bring the best and most out of their medical marijuana.
Herb Lady | Apr 18, 2011
It seems as thought there will be more of these colleges opening up throughout America. It is a great service and the online courses are also very helpful. The classes will give much needed information to patients who are new to growing. It is very wise of Logan to use the basil as a proxy to avoid legal problems. I hope his college is a great success.
gbennett1 | May 2, 2011
everybody in maine should be thanking this logan guy because hes stepping forward and trying to change the ways things r ran , by opening a college for cultivating. If more people treid this ratehr than just trying to pump weed off the shelves they wuld be better off.