The small African kingdom that’s perfect for growing cannabis, but maybe not for regulating it


In partnership with Cannabis Wire Dawn breaks in the village of Marakabei, two and a half thousand meters up in the remote highlands of Lesotho, the landlocked kingdom surrounded by South Africa. Cowbells tinkle. Smoke from cooking fires rises above homes along the steep hillsides. An old donkey path winds around the edge of a peak.  And then there are the workers walking it, each wearing overalls in a color denoting their function—blue for construction, green for cultivation.

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