In keeping with the popular “Permitting” theme, our July Policy & Regulation Education night will continue the trend. We are thrilled to have as our Guest Speaker – Tawnie Logan, who will provide us with “Updates about Sonoma County and Santa Rosa Cannabis Policies.”
We look forward to seeing you on July 18th from 6-9pm at Remy’s Bar and Grill located at 130 Stony Point Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95401. Come early for their great Happy Hour from 4-7pm, and stay for our event!
Though she’s most likely familiar to most of you, Tawnie has been an outspoken advocate for cannabis farmers, and has recently announced that she has stepped aside from her role as executive director of the Sonoma County Growers Alliance after two years leading the organization through an era of profound change for California’s marijuana industry. She has accepted the invitation to be Chair of the Board for SCGA to oversee the organization’s transition into a more robust trade association.
Tawnie remains the chairwoman of the board for the California Growers Association.
Also on the program, WCBD-Founder, Alexa Garcia (Luma California) will bring us all up-to-date on the Sonoma County “Dirt to Dispensary” Workshops as well as the recent county workshop reviewing the permit application.
The evening will include Q&A with attendees. So bring your appetites, your questions and your good vibes! See you there!
Public – Advanced $25 / Door $35 (Credit cards accepted at the event!)
Founding Members – FREE (+1 friend free)
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Individual Members – $25 (+1 friend 50% off)
Don’t forget to bring some extra cash for our popular raffle prizes!
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Sonoma County’s professional women and men are invited to:
BUILD your business
CREATE opportunities and
INSPIRE your best self
We join together in the common goal of Sonoma County to become a successful and thriving local cannabis economy while bringing social justice to those affected by the drug war and safe access of medicine for those in need.