Interview with Ruby McConnell, author of Ground Truth: A Geological Survey of a Life

Originally posted in Eugene Weekly. By Chandlor Henderson Breitenbush Hot Springs, for the most part, has survived the recent Oregon fires, and a book about the area will hopefully help a small rural library survive the coronavirus pandemic.  The Fern Ridge Library Foundation has hosted a literary event and fundraiser since 2012. This year, because … Continue reading Interview with Ruby McConnell, author of Ground Truth: A Geological Survey of a Life

BIPOC experience in Cannabis

Originally posted in Eugene Weekly. By Chandlor Henderson When Oregonians voted to legalize recreational cannabis in 2014, it kicked off a titanic struggle for market dominance of the cannabis market and consumer dollars.  The U.S. Census Bureau in 2017 estimated there are 123,365 Black Indeginous People of Color, or BIPOC people here in Oregon representing … Continue reading BIPOC experience in Cannabis