We are giving away two pairs of tickets to Oregon Cannabis Growers Fair @ Oregon State Fairgrounds on August 13-14. To win, comment on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed Friday, August 12.
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Oregon Cannabis Growers Fair
August 13-14, 2016
10 a.m. – 4 p.m. | $20 | 21+
More info: oregoncannabisgrowersfair.com
Oregon State Fairgrounds
2330 17th St NE, Salem, OR 97301
The inaugural Oregon Cannabis Growers’ Fair (OCGF) will take place on August 13-14, at the Oregon State Fairgrounds in Salem.
“The Cannabis Growers’ Fair was created to showcase and promote Oregon’s fastest-growing agricultural business,” Don Morse, executive director of the Oregon Cannabis Business Council, the creator of the event, said. “This is unprecedented. Oregon is at the forefront in recognizing cannabis as a real agricultural product.”
Appearing as a guest judge in the live plant competition will be noted horticulturist, author and columnist Ed Rosenthal, also known as the “Guru of Ganja,” who has written or edited more than a dozen books on cannabis cultivation and social policy. Rosenthal will be signing his latest book, Big Book of Buds: Greatest Hits, at the OCGF.
Energy Trust of Oregon will give a presentation each day of the event, focusing on lighting and HVAC opportunities for attendees; representatives from the Oregon Department of Agriculture will be in attendance; and the Oregon Liquor Control Commission’s Recreational Cannabis Division will provide updates regarding final rules and regulations for cannabis cultivation, processing and sales.
The Oregon Cannabis Growers’ Fair is an opportunity to bring the entire industry under one roof to learn from “master growers.” The Fair will serve to share ideas, new technology, review rules and regulations, learn about testing and much more about this new and “budding” industry that is growing at rapid speed, Burton said.
The Oregon Cannabis Growers Fair is produced by the Cannabis Collaborative Conference and the Oregon Cannabis Business Council. Admission is $20 to the general public, 21 years of age and older.