Are you ready for a feel good summer? Celebrating the core values of “Do Good, Feel Good” we are celebrating all the ways cannabis inspires creativity, passion, boldness, and excellence. Featuring a diverse group of athletes, artists, and community leaders, we are helping to end the stigma associated with cannabis use.
Motivational Speaker + Community Activist
Artist + Community Activist
Meet The Nomad Cook, Travis Petersen himself. Travis is pretty famous for his culinary cannabis creations, and also for touring to do it—he’s toured coast to coast, hitting every major city and satisfying hundreds upon hundreds of hungry infused-dining fans along the way.
If you plan to host an infused dinner of your own, or are perfecting your cannaseur skills remember the golden rule of dosing. “Never give anyone a dosage they didn’t ask for or are unaware of,” says Travis. “It’s never up to you to decide how much a guest receives, they need to make that choice on their own. It’s your responsibility to help guide them to the appropriate dosage.” Remember to be super careful about your measurements so you can ensure a good time for all your guests.
Interested in creating your own cannabis infused meal? Learn how to make homemade cannabutter with this easy and simple recipe.
Isaiah Johnson is a Canadian professional skateboarder who currently resides in San Diego, CA. Isaiah also enjoys passing his love of skateboarding to todays youth. He has had the pleasure of coaching kids from ages 3 to 18 in Street Skating, and is available for lessons in San Diego, CA.
Damien Posey, respectfully known as “Uncle Damien,” says that the best name he could be called is Uncle Damien because it reflects the man he is and reflects his commitment to the youth and our community as a whole.
“I’ve been inspired and motivated to keep pushing bringing this flower to individuals who need it, deserve it and is helping them immensely.”
The goal of High Purpose is to not only sell quality cannabis, but to educate on its’ viable properties.
Furthermore, High Purpose will take a large portion of the proceeds to provide food, clothing, and other basic needs to those in need within the same community.
Chicana fashion designer, Claudia Rodríguez-Biezunski, was introduced to sewing at a very young age by her immigrant parents. Claudia’s father owned a denim factory in San Fernando, CA, and her stay-at-home mother sewed all the clothing for Claudia and her two brothers and three sisters.
In 2013, she opened a sewing studio named Sew Loka. As a Mexican-American female business owner, Claudia is breaking down barriers, blurring societal norms and proudly welcoming BIPOC and underserved communities through affordable, edgy, and upcycled handmade goods.
Her goal is to be 100% sustainable by July 2023.
Today, you will find Claudia sewing one-of-a-kind clothing & accessories using reclaimed fabrics for women and men in the vibrant neighborhood of Barrio Logan in San Diego, CA.