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[City] Agenda report

[Decriminalize Nature]…[and various entheogenic communities are]… creating and protecting an opportunity for equitable access by allowing home grows or personal gardens, where… residents can develop their own relationship with nature, free from external influence.

…[the approach] to social equity includes bringing general awareness and information to the community, as well as access to entheogenic specific knowledge such as facilitator training, gardening and botany workshops, and guidelines and mentorship for developing peer integration circles… believes entheogens should not be commodified, there will be no sales of entheogenic plants and fungi and will work closely with local communities to share resources. As an approach to accessibility also includes those individuals who cannot grow their own entheogens for a variety of reasons, concepts such as collectives could provide a space for people to have an experience, or… [community members] who could visit those in hospice or unable to leave their home.

Original Article: Agenda Report – City Councilmembers
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