Meet the Aussie Cannabis Activist, Entrepreneur, & Hell Raiser Will Stolk - He Won't Stop Until Australia Legalizes Cannabis

Dec 15, 2022

In Australia, the cannabis industry is just starting to get on its feet. Although Australia still has restrictive cannabis laws, the situation is constantly changing. With medicinal cannabis legalized in Australia in 2016 and the Australian capital Territory’s recent decriminalization of cannabis on the 20th January 2020 Australia’s laws are slowly evolving, but it’s been a slow and grueling process.

However, ambitious cannabis activists and entrepreneurs are pushing legalization closer. One of the most well-known is a man named Will Stolk, who has a huge personality and quite a diverse resume.

Will Stolk who’s one part of the Who Are We Hurting? collective that's been promoting cannabis legalization for the last five years. Formerly a pro-skier, Will Stolk knows what it takes to be determined and succeed against the opposition.

The “Who Are We Hurting” collective & Will’s personal advocacy has led him to become a major player in the cannabis industry in Australia and abroad. Currently on bail and awaiting trail for their last major publicity stunt where Will and the rest of the “Who Are We Hurting” collective used powerful laser projectors to project cannabis leaves, art and “Who Are We Hurting” on

Sydney’s iconic Opera House and The Sydney Harbor Bridge. He and colleague Alec Zammit were apprehended and arrested after they had just finished the stunt in the Sydney Harbor area on April 20th, 2022. The 2 are facing charges and will be attending court in Sydney Australia on December 20th, 2022.

Considering all of Will Stolks' contributions to Australia's cannabis industry—we decided it's time

to catch up firsthand for an exclusive interview. READ THE INTERVIEW HERE: