Title: How to Succeed in the Cannabis Industry
Date: Tuesday, August 11
Time: 2–2:30 pm ET
Hosted by Excelsior College
Join us for a webinar to hear from leading industry professionals including Dr. Marion McNabb of the Cannabis Center of Excellence, INC on how they found success in the cannabis industry— a sector of the market with rapidly growing career potential.
Because of the size of this niche, new legal industry, there is a massive need for educated professionals to fill open positions, but many people lack the relevant skills or background education required to be hired.
This event will cover:
● How to get started in the cannabis industry
● What’s required for a successful career in the industry
● Unique quirks and nuances of medical and adult-use cannabis
● How the proper education and training can support your success
Oral Presentation CannMed
April 12-14, 2021
2019 Veterans Health and Medical Cannabis Study Research Results
This presentation will share findings from the veterans health and medical cannabis study from 565 veterans in the United States. This study was conducted in collaboration with Stephen Mandile, UMass Dartmouth, C3RN, and JVCO in 2019.
This event is FREE, however we are encouraging all who can to donate $15 to Minorities for Medical Marijuana (M4MM) Massachusetts Chapter
Virtual Event: August 3, 2020 7:00 - 8:30 PM
Host: Northeastern Sustainable Cannabis Forum
While cannabis farming has existed informally for decades in the northeastern United States, legally licensed farming of cannabis is an emerging opportunity. Organic farmer Ted Dobson has been farming cannabis for about 40 years, long before it was legal. In 2019 he completed the first successful season of legally licensed cultivation on his farm in Sheffield, Massachusetts.
Ted will share his experience as a pioneering farmer transitioning to the licensed market. He will discuss the wet New England climate, and the feasibility of sun grown and carbon farming strategies in addressing the global climate emergency, as well as issues relating to pesticides and water.
After the presentation, members of the audience will discuss the prospects for regenerative cannabis farming in the northeast:
• Can the barriers to entry be lowered to support organic and regenerative farmers of the region?
• Can regenerative cannabis strategies support racial and social justice?
Hosted by the Northeast Sustainable Cannabis Forum
Cosponsored by: Cannabis Center of Excellence, Inc., Clean Water Action, Northeast Sustainable Hemp Association, ECHO for Sustainable Development, ELEVATE Northeast, Massachusetts Sustainable Cannabis Coalition.