Its KushCA’s birthday this April. Needless to say I couldn’t have made it this far without all the support from people just like you. Whether you’re a cannabis enthusiast, Bay Area resident or just a hating interloper, YOU have made KushCA what it is. And for that I thank you.
To celebrate I want to give you first dibs on my Pax Era 4/20 giveaway. Just log on to my IG channel @kushca_ and tag a friend on my most recent posts. I will announce a winner this April 20th at 4:20pm.
Now you might have noticed that the site has a different layout and is missing some features. I’ve spent the past four months analyzing what your needs are when you visit the site and what you’re looking for on the site and decided some things, such as our estore, wasn’t really needed–at least directly on KushCA. I’m working with developers to create a separate, comprehensive online headshop where you can purchase cannabis accessories directly from us, while continuing to provide insightful, educational (and most of all, fun) information about California cannabis culture. Additionally, I am looking to revamp the sometimes functional/sometimes not dispensary section of the site to make it more user friendly, intuitive and most importantly accessible.
Something else I’ve been developing is the ability for you, meaning you, the person who’s reading this right now, to be able to create your very own turnkey cannabis niche site. These types of sites will be chocked full of the most vetted cannabis affiliates and can easily (with work naturally) provide you with a source of passive income. Most importantly, it can all be created for free!
I’s also working on developing a YouTube channel that will feature product reviews, tutorials and features of my favorite cannabis personalities.
Stay tuned for what I have in store! I value all contributions and sincerely thank all those who have contributed content to the site thus far. Happy 4/20 KushCA Crew!
My name is Petey Wheatstraw, also known as Charles Stevens. I’m an avid marijuana smoker, writer, devoted father and non-profit minion– not necessarily in that order. A Chicago native I’ve lived off and on in the Bay Area since 1996. Seven years ago I finally settled here to capture the changing face of our communities.