In this episode "It'd Be a lot Cooler If You Did..." on the Your Highness Podcast I speak with Diana about Mujeres Valley and the current state of the cannabis industry in New Mexico for the local look segment!
In this episode, IxChel speaks with Kenya Alexander-Davis on the Highlight Podcast about our journey from California to New Mexico, our purpose and what we've learned along the way.
Check back here for IxChel's most recent interview with Frederika Easley about Mujeres Valley, the events we host and the purpose behind what we're doing for BIPOC and cannabis culture here on 20 acres of reclaimed indigenous land.
Mujeres Valley was honored to receive a call from Glen Rosales at the end of June to learn more about what we've been doing and where we're going! This article is the final product and we can't be more thankful! Be sure to check it out!!
A surprise feature by journalist, Veronica Castillo, for the MJ News Network! IxChel talks about being Hispanic/Latinx in America + thoughts & struggles of the cannabis industry.
The Cannabis Events Talk Show covers all about cannabis events, experiences, and tourism. During this episode one of the co-owners of Mujeres Valley Campground will be joining Adelia to share more!
Cheri Sicard writes about her trip to Mujeres Valley & documents the true reality of travel, things don't always worked as planned!
Thanks to services like Bud and Breakfast, consumers can find hosts that support cannabis consumption and want to make cannabis consumers as comfortable as possible.
Glamping New Mexico is a wonderful way to upgrade your vacation — spend the day exploring, and come back to all the comforts of home.
If 2021 was packed, 2022 will be loaded! Legalization is creating more space in more locations for cannabis events to be held.
Travel Noire features and mentions Mujeres Valley Campground in their blog about black-owned campgrounds here!
Another gracious mention of Mujeres Valley on the Black and Camping website! Check out their listing of Black-owned campgrounds in the United States.
Host of The Mind of the Prophet podcast says "You’d never know by their laughter how they thugged it out for 4 years in a tent to launch Mujeres Valley Campground into the safe place for BIPOC it is today."