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The Ten Best dispensaries in Denver for finding clones

Westword, April 22, 2017

Extremely excited to be named one of the Top 10 shops in Denver to buy a clone (to grow on your own)! We take good care of these babies, so come see the difference!

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Video: Denver Post 4/20 panel

The Denver Post, April 21, 2017

If you didn’t have a chance to attend/listen to this expert Denver Post panel (including our very own Amy Andrle) on sustainability in cannabis, it’s a very interesting – AND IMPORTANT – topic for our industry.

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Marijuana meets Big Food: Why green weed isn’t easy to grow

GreenBiz, April 20, 2017

So many dispensaries and grows talk about “organic”, but what does it really mean if there is no government certification? This feature from GreenBiz dives into the organic cannabis conversation and features L’Eagle as a leader in truly clean cannabis.

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Making the cannabis industry green(er)

The Denver Post, April 14, 2017

With Earth Day approaching, there isn’t a better time to focus on sustainability. L’Eagle co-owner Amy Andrle wrote the OP-ED in the Sunday Denver Post to discuss sustainability’s importance in cannabis.

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The best cannabis dispensaries in Colorado, Spring 2017

Leafly, March 22, 2017

We are extremely proud to announce that L’Eagle has again been recognized by Leafly reviewers as one of the TOP 10 dispensaries in the entire state of Colorado!

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Ways for cannabis businesses to become more environmentally sustainable

The Marijuana Times, March 13, 2017

How can the cannabis industry become more sustainable? What goes into gaining Green Certification? Our co-owner, Amy Andrle, answers both in this piece by The Marijuana Times

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Trump sends mixed messages on marijuana, but pot industry pushes ahead

USA Today, March 9, 2017

“We employ 24 full-time people. It gives us a tremendous sense of pride,” said Amy Andrle of L’Eagle Services, a Denver-based marijuana store specializing in pesticide-free cannabis. “I’m very proud of the work we are doing. This is our small business we are running in this great country.”

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L’Eagle Store Profile: Denver’s First “Certifiably Green” Cannabis Retail Dispensary

Dope Magazine, March 7, 2017

L’Eagle has been a “Mom and Pop” shop since their humble start in 2009. Since going recreational in 2014, they’ve managed to offer the same premium products at medical prices, which is quite the treat for anyone visiting from out of town, or for locals like myself who have yet to obtain a medical card. Founders, owners and all around power couple John and Amy Andrle hold not only their products but also their employees to the highest standard.

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Not So Fast

MJ Biz Magazine, March 6, 2017

“When you look at the landscape of marijuana now, there are not a lot of ways to distinguish yourself from conventional cannabis,” L’Eagle co-owner Amy Andrle said. “Hold on to a specialization. Wave that flag.”

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What the Cannabis Industry is Doing to Mainstream Weed

Merry Jane, February 6, 2017

At the National Cannabis Industry Association’s (NCIA) Seed-to-Sale Show in Denver, held Jan. 31 to Feb. 1, industry insiders spoke about the most prevalent issues in Colorado’s marijuana scene. At the forefront of those issues: product safety and consumer education. Our Amy Andrle was one of the event’s featured speakers.

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The Year of Expanding Footprints: The CBE 200 PPRs

Cannabis Business Executive, January 23, 2017

L’Eagle made the list of the 200 most successful cannabis producers, processors and retailers in the United States!

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Cannabist Show: She Sells Green-Certified Cannabis; She Steeps Tea-HC

The Cannabist, January 19, 2017

Our co-owner, Amy Andrle, was one on of the featured guests on the world-famous “Cannabist Show”, which is produced by The Denver Post. Give it a watch!

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Cannabis, Health and Taking This Year By The Horns

Culture Magazine, January 5, 2017

Long-term medical issues, dietary restrictions, time commitment issues, financial problems and mental health issues can cause a block when it comes to improving life and moving forward. Luckily, cannabis is becoming medically and recreationally legal in more and more states, and many have found cannabis to be helpful with some of the issues that can impede wellness. Here are just a few ways to consider cannabis as a helper and healer this year.

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Amy Andrle – Featured Advocate

Culture Magazine, January 5, 2017

Ever wondered who is behind L’Eagle? Get to know one of our co-owners, Amy Andrle, in this feature from Culture Magazine.

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Bringing In the New Year With Clean Cannabis

CannaPod, December 30, 2016

“The best, most natural cloning, cultivating, overall one of the best producers of cannabis in the state today.” Check out what the folks at CannaPod had to say when they chatted with one of our owners, Amy Andrle!

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16 Cannabis Lifestyle Trends That Helped Define 2016

The Cannabist, December 28, 2016

Pesticides remain a hot topic — from decimating wildlife to Scotts Miracle-Gro pumping $500 million into the industry to corner the market. Enter Colorado’s Organic Cannabis Association, which developed a pesticide-free certification program this year. “We are well past time to bring basic transparency and safety like we have in food into cannabis, and we intend to do that both with our pesticide-free certification and an organic standard,” says OCA founder and board chair John-Paul Maxfield. “We will be running a bill next year that will allow official organic certification next summer.” Amy Andrle of L’Eagle, a Denver retailer and grower, also serves on the association’s board and tells the New York Times. “As pot consumers are becoming more sophisticated, there’s nothing like the value of a third-party certifier to give growers a marketing edge.”

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Is There Room for a Deluxe Cannabis Gallery for the Discerning Connoisseur: L’Eagle Services Thinks So

Cannabis Business Executive, December 20, 2016

A friend introduced me to Amy Andrle, who owns L’Eagle Services in Denver, Colorado with her husband John. What I noticed immediately was her infectious enthusiasm and commitment to filling a void in the cannabis industry by delivering quality organically grown cannabis and processed goods from the cannabis they grow at their facility. I also appreciated her openness and transparency in sharing their story with her peers and other industry professionals.

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L’Eagle Is Officially Green, With a Certificate of Environmental Excellence

Denver Westword, November 8, 2016

One of the last true mom-and-pop dispensaries in the city, L’Eagle is run by Amy Andrle and her husband, John, who have always worked to ensure that their product is environmentally sustainable. From avoiding harmful sprays on the flower to implementing best practices from agricultural science, L’Eagle has fought to keep its product green since the dispensary began in 2010.

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Maine’s ‘Clean’ Medical Marijuana: ‘Organic’ in Disguise

New York Times, September 28, 2016

… Amy Andrle, of L’Eagle Services, which grows and sells marijuana in Denver, serves on the association’s board. She said as pot consumers are becoming more sophisticated, “there’s nothing like the value of a third-party certifier” to give growers a marketing edge.

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The Definitive Cannabis Travel Guide to Denver

Leafly, June 10, 2016

At 4:20 p.m., you’re: Arriving at L’Eagle, an all-organic dispensary with the best bud in Denver.

It’s located in an industrial park just outside of the city, so head there directly from the airport in a Lyft or take a slight detour for one last stop on your road trip. With its grow facility on site, L’Eagle produces 100 percent organic cannabis (AKA no pesticides ever) with super knowledgeable budtenders (ask for Courtney) to help guide you through the long list of strains and highly curated edible offerings. Go for what L’Eagle is known for: Death Star (indica) and Strawberry Cough (sativa) to pack into a new piece from the solid glass and vaporizer selection, or pick up a 10-pack of pre-rolled “shorties” ($60) from the rotating “Joint Menu.”

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Courtney Clark: Best Budtender

Denver Westword “Best of Denver 2016”

Our publication is no stranger to L’Eagle: The dispensary has won numerous awards in our yearly top-ten lists and Best of Denver editions for its talent in the grow room. But the shop also claims one of the finest budtenders in town: Courtney Clark. A pot encyclopedia packaged in a bubbly, pint-sized sweetheart of a woman, Clark can talk shop with master growers or make nervous first-timers feel comfortable about strains and pot products they’ve never tried before. “I know quite a bit about cannabis, but I still ask Courtney what I should take home with me,” says L’Eagle co-owner Amy Andrle. Clark’s knowledge and love for her shop’s products is hard to put a lid on as she describes Strawberry Cough or indica baklava bites, leaving you smarter — and smiling — on your way out.

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Growing organic marijuana: Denver-based shop, L’Eagle

Denver Post, October 3, 2015

John and Amy Andrle, founders of L’Eagle in Denver and outspoken proponents of organic cultivation, have supported the OCA since its inception.

“You can fog a room with pesticides and get done what takes me three full days of man-hours,” John says. “The safest, most wonderful thing about us is all of our [plant] food is pesticide-free, all of our products are pesticide-free.” The Andrles say they’d love to be able to have a third-party certification that recognizes their efforts.

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Marijuana Tour: Behind the scenes at L’Eagle Dispensary

Westword, September 18, 2015

Cannabis is growing in importance in Colorado, shaping our economy as well as our image. For a closer look at the businesses creating that image, Westword took a behind-the-scenes tour of  L’Eagle, a mom-and-pop pot shop on the industrial edge of the Baker neighborhood that specializes in organic, sustainable and health-conscious marijuana and bills itself as “a deluxe cannabis gallery for the discerning connoisseur.”

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Cultivation Insights: Tips for Growing Organic Cannabis in the Absence of Standards

Marijuana Business Daily; Aug 2015

“Organic” has become a big buzzword in the cannabis industry as of late.

An increasing number of patients and consumers are clamoring for marijuana grown using organic methods, and cultivators around the country are claiming they do just that – slapping the word on labels, inserting it into marketing materials and using it in their company names.

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So-called organic marijuana

Boulder Weekly, May 28, 2015

John and Amy Andrle, founders of L’Eagle in Denver and outspoken proponents of organic cultivation, have supported the OCA since its inception.

“You can fog a room with pesticides and get done what takes me three full days of man-hours,” John says. “The safest, most wonderful thing about us is all of our [plant] food is pesticide-free, all of our products are pesticide-free.” The Andrles say they’d love to be able to have a third-party certification that recognizes their efforts.

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Colo. tries to clamp down on pesticide use on pot

9NEWS, May 11, 2015

A dry courtroom dispute unfolding here has the potential to dramatically alter how marijuana is grown across Colorado, as health inspectors try clamp down on pesticide use by pot growers.

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The Great Weed Rebrand: Inside Colorado’s Cannabis Lifestyle Industry

Racked, April 20, 2015

The first thing I notice about doing yoga stoned is my pulse. That otherwise inconspicuous sign of life is suddenly very much present, from my forehead to my pelvis, and the latter makes me want to giggle. I think it’s okay to giggle, and so I do. Here inside this garage-turned-yoga studio in central Denver, everyone around me is making noises—giggles and more—upon taking her turn hitting the communal vape that’s being passed around.

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From ‘Chelsea Lately’ to Red Rocks, Eva Magdalenski is taking on hip-hop

The Cannabist, February 3, 2015

“Right after Eva Magdalenski greeted me with a huge hug in the lobby of her downtown hotel, she handed me a pack of Juicy Fruit with a hundred dollar bill taped to it. For a second, I thought she was giving me weed money — I was there to pick her up and take her on her first-ever Denver dispensary visit. But then she quickly explained that it was her business card (I was not high), and we were off to Denver pot shop L’Eagle.”

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Meet Katie Shapiro, Our Nation’s First Weed Style Writer

Racked, January 7, 2015

With marijuana becoming legal in more and more places across the US, it was only a matter of time before unlikely worlds began to collide. Fashion, meet weed.

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Best Sour Diesel (2015)

Westword, 2015

If dispensaries are like restaurants, then Sour Diesel is the cheeseburger and fries of marijuana: Everyone grows it, but some people do it way better than others. It’s a great barometer for a shop’s quality, because if the store isn’t doing Sour D right, it probably isn’t getting much else correct, either. Thankfully, L’Eagle Services grows it proper. The buds are 100 percent organic-fed, slow-dried and cured for at least a month, giving L’Eagle’s Sour D the full citrus/fuel smells and flavors you expect from this strain.

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MEDICAL MARIJUANA DISPENSARY REVIEW: L’EAGLE SERVICES IN DENVER

Westword,  July 5, 2013

Unless you work for Xcel or one of the handful of other industrial businesses along the railroad tracks in the area, you probably haven’t ever set foot in the corner of Denver that L’Eagle Services calls home — though you’ve driven past it thousands of times on I-25. The shop’s warehouse-front location stands out for it’s surroundings not because of the industrially artistic orange corrugated tin siding, but due to the immaculate flower garden out front. First thought: The petunias and sage look good enough to smoke.

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STRAIN GANG: PRE-ROLLIN’ THE DICE AT L’EAGLE SERVICES

Westword, April 1, 2015

Pre-rolled joints have quickly become the hot dogs of Colorado’s recreational marijuana industry. They’re cheap to make, easy to consume and extremely convenient — but do you really want to know what’s inside? Customers leaving dispensaries with a complimentary joint may feel as if they’ve just won the lottery — but they may not feel the same after smoking it.

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