Recap: CCA's Future of Craft Cannabis Event in Grants Pass

On Friday, June 30th, more than 100 people, including craft cannabis producers and processors, allied businesses and aficionados, gathered for our Craft Cannabis Alliance event at the Wild River Pub, todiscuss craft cannabis and its future in Oregon.  

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The Future of Craft Cannabis in Oregon - June 30th at the Wild River Pub in Grants Pass

Southern Oregon is home to some of the best cannabis growers in the world, and the region will be a driving force in the future of craft cannabis.  Come spend an evening with old friends and new, beer and pizza included, as we hear from some of the top experts in the field on issues such as preserving cannabis biodiversity, extended terpene and cannabinoid profiling, educing overhead through sustainable practices, and the importance of organizing and promoting the local craft industry. 

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Portland Mercury: How can I keep my pot local?

On May 12, at the Cultivation Classic 2017, a group of local business leaders launched the Craft Cannabis Alliance with the goal of establishing and developing a unique craft cannabis industry that will support and be supported by Oregonians. In addition to offering local ownership and control certifications, the members of the Alliance will dedicate themselves to clean products, sustainability, ethical business practices, local engagement, and an active role in ending pot prohibition on a national scale.

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Portland Business Journal: Craft Cannabis Alliance launches to promote Oregon values, quality

Portland Business Journal: Craft Cannabis Alliance launches to promote Oregon values, quality

“We’re fortunate in Oregon to have a core of an industry that is dedicated to people, place, planet and plant,” said Adam Smith, a longtime drug policy reformer and organizer who is behind the alliance. “That gives us a chance to avoid being overrun by big dollars and a bottom-line fixation. But the only way we can succeed is by organizing and then partnering with consumers, and doing it now.”

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