April 5th, 2016 – Cannabis Radio: Learn from the real deal: The THC Foundation

Today on Hempresent Vivian McPeak is joined by Paul Stanford, Founder of the THC Foundation. Paul Stanford directs a nonprofit organization comprising THCF Medical Clinics/Presto Quality Care, THCF Medical Gardens, the weekly TV show Cannabis Common Sense, online magazine Hemp News, and the online THCF Museum, featuring images of antique medical cannabis receptacles. The doctors and staff at Read More …

March 29th, 2016 – CounterPunch Magazine: Hemp, Cannabis and Marijuana: What’s the Difference?

This is an article that Paul Stanford wrote about the difference between Hemp, Cannabis and Marijuana.  It is easy to get confused about the many subtle, and not so subtle differences between this amazing plant and its uses.  This article lends itself to clearing up some common misconceptions. http://www.counterpunch.org/2016/03/29/hemp-cannabis-and-marijuana-whats-the-difference/   Share on Facebook Share 0 Read More …

March 13th, 2016 – Cannabis Radio: Hempresent Interview with Paul Stanford by Vivian McPeak

Today on Hempresent Vivian McPeak is joined by Paul Stanford, Founder of the THC Foundation. Paul Stanford directs a nonprofit organization comprising THCF Medical Clinics/Presto Quality Care, THCF Medical Gardens, the weekly TV show Cannabis Common Sense, online magazine Hemp News, and the online THCF Museum, featuring images of antique medical cannabis receptacles. Click here to listen to Read More …

November 25th, 2015 – Newsweek: A Cannabis Crusader Brings the Fight for Legal Weed to America’s Heartland

A good article about an activist named Travis Maurer who has been working towards legalization for several years.  The article gives THCF a little credit by saying; “A t-shirt reading ‘Potland Oregon – Pot Town’ is hung up for sale at the Hempstalk festival in Tom McCall Waterfront Park in Portland, Oregon on October 17. Read More …

October 18th, 2015 – OregonLive.com: Hempstalk boasts ‘better vibe,’ but still faces controversy in downtown Portland

A story from OregonLive.com that talks about all the controversy we are facing at this years Hempstalk.  You call it “controversy”, we call it our political activism.  Sometimes being an effective political activist is all about pushing the envelope.  We will never back down!  We will continue to have our Hempstalk festival no matter what.  Read More …