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Help Or sign in with a social account: Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Enter your email or sign up with a social account to get started Covering Colorado’s marijuana landscape has taken me to farms, hash factories, schools and much more, but my weirdest field trip this year started at an empty warehouse off Interstate 25 in south Pueblo. In October, a marketing firm reached out to Westword and other media entities around the country, offering an “all-expense paid trip to cannabis-friendly Colorado” to visit properties that Doyen Elements had partnered with in southern Colorado. The firm would fly reporters to Denver, put them up at a hotel near Denver International Airport for two nights and take them on a tour – all while paying for food, drinks and transportation. Since all of those perks easily go over the $25 gift limit I learned about in college, I declined the freebie offer. But I thought it would be interesting to see what Doyen was up to (and how the junket journalists covered it) and I already lived in “cannabis-friendly Colorado,” so I drove myself and followed the bus. My Weirdest Marijuana Assignment of 2017

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