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How to Grow Cannabis With Love: Our Chat With Danielle Rosellison of Trail Blazin’

In the interview with AskGrowers, Danielle Rosellion shares the story of Trail Blazin’, how it all started with “a great idea,” what makes the brand different from others that are similar, along with the predictions about the cannabis industry for the next decade. In addition, you’ll get some top pieces of advice about the best products to chill and relax. #growerstories
Danielle Rosellison is the co-founder and CEO of Trail Blazin’ Productions. She is a board member of The Cannabis Alliance, a non-profit dedicated to advancing a sustainable, ethical and vital cannabis industry. She spent three years as their first democratically elected president. When she’s not working at Trail Blazin’, she’s trying to help shape intelligent cannabis policy through appropriate government channels.

On a local level, Danielle is a board member for the Association of WA Businesses, has been an Ambassador to the Bellingham Regional Chamber of Commerce since 2015, and has written for various publications, including Marijuana Venture.

In her spare time (ha!), she loves to travel, read, ski (or snowboard), and see live music with her kids and her best friend and husband, Juddy.

On a local level, Danielle is a board member for the Association of WA Businesses, has been an Ambassador to the Bellingham Regional Chamber of Commerce since 2015, and has written for various publications, including Marijuana Venture.

In her spare time (ha!), she loves to travel, read, ski (or snowboard), and see live music with her kids and her best friend and husband, Juddy.


Tia (AskGrowers) : Tell us how you started Trail Blazin’?

Danielle Rosellison : I was pregnant with my first child in 2009, and my husband came home with “a great idea.” Our friend, who had grown our cannabis for years, was graduating, getting her master’s degree, and going to work a government job.

She asked if we wanted the recipe.

We had our medical cards, so we said “sure”! Within 24 hours, my washer and dryer were moved out of my laundry room. There were four cannabis plants there. Those 4 plants turned into 15 plants, which turned into 30 plants, which turned into 30 plants at different houses, which turned into 60 plants at a warehouse. In 2012, after legal adult-use cannabis passed in WA State, my husband came home with another “great idea.” And that is how Trail Blazin’ was born.