High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Miss HIGH TIMES December: Heather Lee

Heather Lee calls herself a “small-town girl.” Originally from Tulare County, California, she says, “I started working in the cannabis industry when I was 18, helping my boyfriend water, maintain and harvest his outdoor cannabis gardens.”

Miss HIGH TIMES November: Ashleen Lewis

Ashleen Lewis walks across the expanse of greenery that’s home to the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, the art sanctuary and trans-denominational, interfaith church founded by Alex Grey, the visionary artist, and his wife Allyson. It’s a quiet oasis in Wappinger, NY,...

Miss HIGH TIMES October: Lauren Downes

Born and raised in Woodinville, part of metropolitan Seattle, Lauren first worked in the coffee and cacao industry, encouraging practices that promote social, economic, environmental sustainability. She then worked in California’s cannabis scene as a budtender and m...

Miss HIGH TIMES: September: Meizy Chiang

A Colorado budtender extols the miracles of cannabis.



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