A KDNK original series on Amendment 64 and the legalization of marijuana featuring interviews with police, educators, business owners, and community members from all walks of life. Project 64 paints a living picture of what legalization means for Colorado's communities.
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Project 64: Michael Zimmerman
This episode of Project 64 features Michael Zimmerman, the student resource officer for Carbondale's schools. He recently moved to the Western Slope from Indiana, where medical and recreational marijuana are still illegal.
Project 64: Summer Star Haeske
Summer Haeske is director of sales and marketing at EnviroTextiles in Glenwood Springs, one of the country's largest hemp importers. Haeske says legalized Colorado hemp could transform the state's economy.
Project 64: Skyler
On this episode of Project 64 we talk to Skyler, a Roaring Fork Valley teen who has a complicated relationship with marijuana, addiction, and explaining it all to his young son.
Project 64: Lori Mueller
This week on Project 64 we hear from Lori Mueller, executive director at Youth Zone, about the legalization of marijuana in Colorado and its implications on counseling youth and parenting children.