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Let’s Talk Cannabis: Biodynamic and Regenerative Cannabis

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Date:
February 8, 2019
Time:
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
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Cost:
Free – $5

Venue

Sebastopol Area Senior Center
167 N. High St.
Sebastopol, CA 95472 United States
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Sponsoring Organization

Sebastopol Area Senior Center
Phone:
707-829-2440
Email:
info@sebastopolseniorcenter.org

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Name of person entering event
Tasha Beauchamp
Email of person entering event
tasha@cittaslowsebastopol.org

Join Eli Melrod, CEO and Co-Founder of Solful, and Mike Benziger, owner of Glentucky Family Farm, to learn about the benefits of consuming Biodynamic and Regeneratively farmed cannabis. Eli and Mike will be discussing how/why Biodynamic and Regenerative farming techniques produce the highest quality cannabis. They will also cover the basics of Biodynamic and Regenerative farming, how these techniques impact cannabis farming, and why consumers should care about the way their cannabis is grown for their personal health and the health of our environment, and will include plenty of time for Q&A.

About the Speakers:

Eli Melrod is the CEO + Co-founder of Solful, Sebastopol’s premier dispensary. Eli knew early on that he wanted to create a space where everyone would feel welcome, a space where all were invited to ask questions and learn about the cannabis plant. Solful’s focus is on clean medicine, grown by small local farmers who are committed to practicing sustainable and regenerative farming practices.

Mike Benziger is no stranger to farming, having spent years at the helm of Benziger Winery. When Mike decided to sell Benziger, this longtime Sonoma Valley vintner decided to pivot to a different sort of farming and focus on plants that could be used as medicine. Mike now runs Glentucky Family Farm and has parlayed his years of experience with biodynamic and sustainable farming into growing high-quality cannabis in the hills of Sonoma Valley.

How to Register:

Please RSVP by calling 707-829-2440.

Members: by donation; Non-Members: minimum $5 day-use fee.

All proceeds benefit the Sebastopol Area Senior Center, 167 N. High St.