Rachel Meltzer

Copywriter, Editor, Technical Writer, Writer

The freelance content writer you've been looking high and low for

I am a writer, educator, and consultant working in the fields of cannabis policy and the great outdoors. Using my background in backpacking, cannabis advocacy, and a passion for teaching others, I am working to provide content to outdoor enthusiast, the cannabis confused, policymakers, and voters to strive for a more just system and a healthier human being. I currently live transiently up and down the East Coast of the US with my cat Bonnie.
Content Types
Article, Social Copy, Whitepaper, Press Release, Blog Post
More Information
Wheelock College, Bachelor's of Arts
Fryeburg, ME USA|English

Published Content

Blog Post
Review: Peak Sherpa Energy Balls
May 23rd, 2019
May 23 "You can't say that cannabis causes psychosis."

The Lancet Psychiatry published a study on Tuesday which claimed that daily cannabis users “were three times more likely to have a psychotic episode compared with someone who never used the drug.” The study surveyed 900 people ages 18-64 in 11 cities in Europe who were diagnosed with their first psychotic episode between May 2010 and April 2015. They also interviewed a control group of 1,237 “healthy” people.

July 14th, 2019
Blog Post
Nine Pieces of Thru-Hiking Gear to Splurge on, and Nine to Save On

Choosing gear for a thru-hike or even for weekend backpacking can be daunting. So what gear should you buy on the cheap and where should you splurge for the best? Let this list be your guide to getting the best bang for your buck.

March 1st, 2019
Blog Post
A Lifelong Asthmatic's Tips for Dealing with Asthma During a Thru-Hike

6 tips for dealing with asthma while hiking:

July 10th, 2019

Last week, 60-pounds of cannabis was seized by Border Patrol agents near Chateaugay, NY. Agents reported that they attempted to stop a vehicle Thursday going Eastbound on Route 11 in Chateaugay. The report says that when the pursuing officers turned on their lights to stop the aforementioned vehicle, a second vehicle struck the patrol car while the pursued vehicle drove off.

March 11th, 2019
The Black Market is unlikely to disappear any time soon…

As cannabis legalization has been brought to the forefront in the last year, people in favor of the legislation have been claiming that it would quell the black market, reduce arrests, and bring down crime rates across the state. The black market, or the underground market, is unlikely to disappear any time soon. Here's why:

May 2nd, 2019
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