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DENVER, May 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As warmer weather arrives, more cannabis enthusiasts will head out into the great outdoors to hike, camp, picnic with friends, and attend live music festivals. Often these activities involve the use of cannabis, which means potential waste, fire hazards, and other environmental problems.

“Unfortunately, cannabis users are often seen as distant and carefree when it comes to consumption in the great outdoors,” says Ben Owens, founder and crew leader of CannaVenture ®, which organizes cannabis-friendly outdoor events like hikes and hosts camping trips in the across the country since 2016. “By following a few simple courtesies that our events employ, cannabis users can continue to prove this stereotype wrong, so we can all enjoy the natural beauty of the great outdoors and help preserve it for years to come.” .”

CannaVenture has partnered with the Cannabis Creative Movement to create a guide detailing how cannabis users can act responsibly at outdoor events. The guide also helps promote and support CannaVenture’s nonprofit partner, Wilderness on Wheels, an organization that provides wheelchair-accessible hiking, fishing, and camping facilities to make wilderness activities accessible to all. The Responsible Recreation Guide, which you can download for free here, contains a variety of tips and information on how to responsibly enjoy cannabis in the great outdoors.

It is important that all outdoor cannabis use is done safely, as harm from irresponsible cannabis use can include:

Disturbance to wildlife/ecosystems Waste left behind from product packaging, pre-rolls, etc. Potentially damaging and deadly wildfires. Vulnerable ecosystems become more vulnerable to increasing damage

“The cannabis community is already working to remove the stigma surrounding cannabis use, and we’ve made great strides in this area over the years,” said John Shute, CEO and Founder of PufCreativ, a co-founder of the Cannabis Creative Movement. “It is therefore very important that we do not allow irresponsible behavior to destroy the progress we have made towards the acceptance of medicinal and recreational cannabis. It’s very easy to follow some very basic guidelines to make sure we’re not contributing to environmental damage or creating further negative perceptions about cannabis.”

The Responsible Recreation Guide is available here. To download more free guides from the cannabis creative movement, please visit the website.

About the Cannabis Creative Movement The Cannabis Creative Movement is a joint initiative of PufCreativ, an award-winning community-focused cannabis marketing agency, and The 9th Block, a branding and communications firm focused on the cannabis, health and technology industries. The group welcomes the participation of other cannabis creatives interested in raising awareness of critical issues facing the cannabis community. For more information email the Cannabis Creative Movement at [email protected]

About CannaVenture® Founded in 2016, CannaVenture® is an event planning service focused on affordable outdoor cannabis adventures that embrace the best aspects of nature, community and cannabis. Hosting hikes, campouts, disc golf tournaments and more, the crew embraces the philosophy that you have the right to hike high, camp high and be high, and you can do so in a responsible, social environment. For more information, email CannaVenture at [email protected]

About Wilderness on Wheels Wilderness on Wheels is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to bringing people of all abilities closer to nature through the generous work of volunteers and donations from individuals, organizations and businesses. To date, more than 116,000 hours have been invested by more than 3,500 volunteers to provide hiking, camping and fishing opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. Visit https://www.wildernessonwheels.org/ for more information.

For more information: Jim Dissett 303-532-7392 [email protected]

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