WCBD Presents: Holiday Celebration + Professional Networking

Basic RGBIt’s Time To Celebrate!
Join us at Whiskey Tip for our End-of-the-Year Celebration and Professional Networking event.

With Special Guest Speaker Martin Lee – “Big Money, Big Pharma & the Future of Artisanal Cannabis”

And Music by DJ Tecni!

Enjoy tasty treats, libations and bring some cash for our Best Raffle Ever, with lots of goodies from the Emerald Cup!


PUBLIC – $10 advanced / $15 door
Want a discount on tickets? Become a member! Email us for details at WomensCBD@Gmail.com

Founding Members – FREE

Individual Members – FREE



project-cbd-logoMartin Lee, Co-Founder & Director of Project CBD

Martin A Lee is an activist, journalist, author and Co-Founder & Director of Project CBD, a non-profit organization he started with Fred Gardner in 2010.

Lee co-authored his first book, Acid Dreams: The CIA, LSD and the Sixties Rebellion, in 1985. It explored the use of LSD during the 1960’s, including mind control experiments conducted by the CIA.

Lee went on to co-found Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) in 1986 in order to eliminate corporate and establishment media bias. He served as the first Editor of the organizations publication Extra! and later became its Publisher. Lee co-authored his second book, Unreliable Sources: A Guide to Detecting Bias in News Media, in 1990 as an expansion on his work with FAIR.

Despite his work in non-fiction literature, Lee may be most recognized for his as an investigative journalist. He was awarded the Pope Foundation Award for Investigative Journalism in 1994. Lee covered the medical cannabis movement for years in the pages of O’Shaughnessy’s, before founding Project CBD.

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Sonoma County’s professional women and men are invited to:

BUILD your business
ACCESS resources
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.

Happy Holidays from Women’s CBD!


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