When the wildfires ripped across California in October 2017, it was devastating for all industries, but the cannabis community was hit especially hard.

At 1:30 a.m. on October 8th, Jennifer Michaels was awake in bed in her Sonoma County home.

She had two important meetings the next day, and while she noticed the fire out the window, she was mostly thinking about the cannabis seed company in Las Vegas she was meeting with.

"I had no idea at the time what was even going on," she recounted six months after a devastating fire swept through the Sonoma Valley. 

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Jericho Knopp ~ Civilized.Life ~

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