Welcome to The Toking Teepee Alderville Cannabis Bud Grower Dispensary

Home of native Canadian Alderville cannabis bud farmer and where to find $100 per OZ bud near the green mile in Alderville Ontario tucked away in the heart of First Nation territory. At the Toking Teepee you will find descent quality bud grown organically and hand trimmed that some compare in quality to indoor grown marijuana.

The bud sold for $100 per OZ is typically 20 percent THC or higher.

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$100 per oz Cannabis Bud

The Toking Teepee isn’t your typical cannabis dispensary experience as you are buying direct from grower. If you are picking up some cannabis products here please phone or text in advance. Here are some of the advantages you will enjoy as a cannabis buyer that you won’t get at most cannabis dispensaries:

  • No line ups
  • lower cannabis prices buying direct from farmer
  • organically grown cannabis bud main product
  • bonus medicine gifts with every order
  • buying direct from Cannabis growers in Alderville First Nation
  • Option to Preorder by eTransfer (contact for details)
  • coming soon: accept bitcoin payments and online payments

The Cannabis Bud Here Rocks!!!

Every marijuana bud is hand trimmed leaving the surface the crystals intact.

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Hand trimmed organic cannabis bud
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Surface Crystals from Organic Primo outdoor bud here. $100 per OZ.

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While the Toking Teepee cannabis web site remains under construction you may contact us any time to purchase cannabis bud or other related products. David 289-251-1576

Understanding First Nations Sovereignty

Understanding First Nations Sovereignty

We are the Anishinaabek, Mushkegowuk, Onkwehonwe, and Lenape Peoples – the Indigenous Peoples located within the artificial borders of Ontario.
As the sovereign Nations of Turtle Island, we possess inherent rights to self-determination.
Our right to self-determination means we have jurisdiction (the right, power and authority) to administer and operate our own political, legal, economic, social and cultural systems.
The recognition of our Nationhood through Treaty making is why the successor state of Canada must work with our Nations on the basis of a government-to-government relationship.
Treaties were made between Nations, establishing how Treaty partners will co-exist, therefore, granting rights and permissions to the settlers and their colonial governments, on areas such as land and resources.
The Spirit and Intent of the made Treaties must be honoured, respected and implemented (practiced) by all Treaty people.
The land is the founding source of our identity and culture. Great responsibilities to protect and preserve the land have been bestowed upon us by the Creator, and are captured in each Nations Laws. Through Treaty our Nations agreed to share the land, therefore, our free, prior and informed consent is required before any development or decisions are made which may impact our inherent and Treaty rights to land.
As sovereign Nations we have never surrendered our rights or title in right of the Crown or the successor state of Canada but, have maintained and solidified their inherency through the Treaty making process.
Prior to contact with the European settlers, our Nations and Peoples – the Anishinaabek, Mushkegowuk, Onkwehonwe, and Lenape – have thrived since time immemorial in what is now known as the province of Ontario on Turtle Island (North America). These Peoples make up 14 Nations: the Mushkegowuk (Cree), Mohawk, Tuscarora, Seneca, Cayuga, Oneida, Onondaga (the Haudenosaunee – Onkwehonwe Peoples), Delaware, Mississauga, Chippewa, Pottawotami, Algonquin, Odawa, and Anishinabe (the Anishinaabek Peoples).Our Nations possess distinct laws and governance systems, language, culture, territories, economic systems, a defined Peoples (citizenship), history and social structures. This is why we are not “Aboriginal” – a term constructed by the Canadian government which does not recognize the distinct rights of First Nations nor the distinct identities of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples.

Source: Understanding First Nations Sovereignty

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The Journey Begins

Cannabis Garden

Welcome to our Toking Teepee Alderville First Nation Cannabis Culture Blog

Growing cannabis is all about the journey. Your journey begins here.

 

Alderville Cannabis Grower Fed Up with Bull Shit

As an Alderville cannabis grower I was taken in by BS about the Alderville cannabis dispensaries supporting the local producers by testing and selling our cannabis. With the exception of the Medicine Wheel dispensary where I am employed in security, other cannabis testing labs here are too over burdened with testing their outside supply lines to have time to test local cannabis bud.

My name is David Baker and I am a cannabis grower from Alderville First Nation. Last year I gave my full support towards promoting the self regulating cannabis industry emerging in Alderville. I even allowed myself to be video recorded in my cannabis garden and during an interview made the claim that the marijuana I was growing would go towards supporting my income by wholesaling to the marijuana dispensaries. Although I succeeded early in the harvest season to sell a small amount of bud to the Totem Pole and the Medicine Wheel it been at least 3 weeks and I can’t even get my cannabis buds lab tested at 2 different labs in Alderville who all are claiming to support the local producers. Although I am still able to have my product tested by Medicine Wheel as I am employed by them which helps there is no guarantee they will buy it but they often do which helps. I am not the only cannabis grower in Alderville this is happening to but everyone I know who doesn’t operate there own dispensary are being treated this way. I am just the first one willing to go public.

As a result of claiming my income on video from growing cannabis I gave up a lifetime of government support from ODSP. I am hugely disappointed having invested over $20000 in Williams treaty money to secure a lifetime income believing the dispensaries would honour their commitment and claim around the support of local Alderville cannabis producers. So far the only dispensaries that I was able to sell some early harvest bud were Medicine Wheel and the Totem Pole. Now it’s hit and miss as there is an abundance of harvest bud around for cheap still.

Where are all the dispensaries now that I have fully harvested?

The lack of cannabis dispensaries buying wholesale cannabis buds from my supply leaves me with just one option to still be able to sell my cannabis products. The cannabis products are to include THC and CBD infused edibles as well as extracts. I am now selling cannabis flower which has been lab tested at about 20 percent for $100 per OZ. 2 strains lab tested are King Tut and Kushy Kush. Also just added I have Baker’s Dozen honey oil available for $100 per 5 gram jar. There are 9 other strains waiting to be lab tested. Results will be published on product page.

Friends and visitors please just know that I am here not simply to sell my own products but also to help other local Alderville growers sell their cannabis too. All products will be lab tested. There are several families in Alderville First Nation who grow great cannabis bud that go unrecognized. I am here to be the voice and stake our claim. Help support local cannabis growers in Alderville and buy direct from farmer. Go to cannabis products page for more information.

Alderville Cannabis Association Huge Event

Alderville First Nation Cannabis Culture Green Mile

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Under the sovereign right to self government,  Alderville First Nation community of cannabis users, retailers and growers are pioneering an effort for self regulating cannabis usage and distribution. The cannabis industry whether recreational or medicinal is an opportunity of a life time for Alderville First Nation members to be in control of their own destiny when it comes to cannabis.

 

It is the goal of our community to maintain the integrity of cannabis production and the cannabis retail industry by having strict regulations which encourage safe, clean toxin free, pathogen free lab tested  products before putting them up for consumption.  Any cannabis growers or retailers operating in violation of our agreed upon regulations do so at risk and will not have the legal protection and recognition that businesses who follow the rules will have.  There is a quarterly meeting where members may have a voice as far as regulations go.

 

This next meeting is on Sept 15, 2018 at the Alderville community Center at 10 am.  All Alderville residents encouraged to attend meetings and become more informed.  Prior to that meeting the night before at 5:30 pm on Sept 14 the whole village of Alderville and guests are invited to attend a BBQ and dance.  Ian Campeau from a tribe called Red will be there helping support the cause.

 

 

Alderville First Nation Cannabis Dispensaries Declare Sovereignty

Merriam Webster Dictionary Definition  of Sovereignty

2 a : supreme power especially over a body politic
b : freedom from external control : autonomy

c : controlling influence

“ALDERVILLE – He doesn’t have a criminal record, but come Oct. 17, Alderville’s Rob Stevenson is willing to go to jail for his cause.”  full story:  Northumberland News – Alderville First Nation …

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Rob Stevenson is one of many First Nations pioneers bringing in a potential Golden Green Age to well positioned First  Nation Lands which are receptive to responsible self regulation which benefits the whole community as much as possible.  It’s exciting to see Alderville becoming a place where many people go to enjoy laboratory tested cannabis medicine products.

First Nation communities like Alderville enjoy sovereign rights on their own land. First Nation owned and operated Cannabis  Dispensaries operating on there own land under sovereign principles have already lifted countless people out of unemployment and for First Nations members of Alderville many even poverty has now found it’s end.

See: United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

In my opinion as far as First Nations Lands and people are concerned if they can benefit from responsibly regulating their own cannabis industry it should be a no brainer.  Otherwise the doors are wide open to outside governments dictating and monopolizing an industry which was already in place.  The same thing that happened with tobacco if challenged constitutionally will happen with cannabis I believe and hope.

Toking Teepee Editor