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    Hosted by CAN Education

    Thursday, March 8 at 1 PM – 3 PM PST
    291 W 8th Ave, Eugene, Oregon 97401

    “Plant Nutrition” is the topic of the next Cannabis Horticultural Science Class. Join our Live Webinar or In-Person in Eugene, Oregon to learn the chemistry behind how nutrients move through the soil, and how they are taken-up and utilized by plants. You’ll also learn how your plants could be deficient in nutrients that you apply in abundance. Many popular myths about fertilizer application will be debunked.

    Take this class alone, or enroll in the full Cannabis Horticultural Science Course. 40% Business Discount for enrolling there or more.

    More information: http://canresearch.net/education/cannabis-horticultural-science-course/

    Register for On-Line class: http://video.canresearch.net/webinar/cannabis-plant-nutrition-class/3648

    Register for In-Person Class: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cannabis-plant-nutrition-class-registration-41394657535

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    Hosted by IMPACT Network

     Thursday, March 1 at 6 PM – 7:30 PM MST
    Denver, Colorado

    IMPACT Network founder Dr. Michele Ross has partnered with Green Flower Media to offer a FREE live-streaming class on Autoimmune Disorders & Cannabis on March 1st! Register here: http://www.gftracker.com/rd/r.php?sid=5&pub=310146&lpid=106

    Michele Ross, PhD is a neuroscientist who’s led some of Green Flower’s most popular courses on Brain Health and Cannabis. In this class, she’ll delve into the ways cannabis can be used to treat various autoimmune disorders.

    Beginning with an overview of the body’s largest neurotransmitter network, the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) Michele will illustrate how cannabis interacts with this system to maintain homeostatic health and balance.

    She’ll also break down the different compounds and components of cannabis, why they’re safer than opiates and other pharmaceuticals, and the various ways they can be ingested – including why raw cannabis is gaining prominence in treating autoimmune conditions.

    You’ll discover new insights and promising breakthroughs toward the treatment of these disorders as Dr. Ross covers:

    -Introduction and exploration of the Endocannabinoid System.
    -Components of cannabis including cannabinoids and terpenes.
    -Why cannabis is safer than opiates and how it can be considered an “exit” drug.
    -How cannabis is used for Multiple Sclerosis.
    -Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis with cannabis.
    -How cannabis can be used to treat Lupus.
    -How cannabis is used for Fibromyalgia.

    Dr. Ross also presents guidelines for further research and pharmaceutical development into the use of cannabis to treat, inhibit and possibly prevent the onset of autoimmune disorders and why physicians and disease nonprofit organizations need to step up educational initiatives to explore cannabis as a safer, more effective alternative.

    This promises to be another insightful and information-packed presentation, so mark your calendars and register now.

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    Hosted by Metro Meds  Pure Bliss Medibles 420 Skincare

     Friday, March 2 at 3 PM – 6 PM MST
    10040 N Metro Pkwy W, Phoenix, Arizona 85051


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    Hosted by State House News Service

    Friday at 7:30 AM – 10:30 AM
    10 Winter Pl, Boston, MA 02108-4733, United States

    Event Capacity is Limited, Get your Ticket Today:

    Join us for a keynote address by Cannabis Control Commissioner Shaleen Title, followed by expert panel discussions on the future of the Marijuana Business in Massachusetts:

    A dynamic and controversial industry is only months from launching in the Bay State. The regulations are complex and the barriers to entry formidable. How can we make sense of the arrival of recreational marijuana, an industry that may soon exceed $1 billion annually?

    The State House News Forum will hold its second Massachusetts Marijuana Summit on March 2, bringing together entrepreneurs, thought leaders and regulators to explain the opportunities and challenges of recreational marijuana in Massachusetts. Once again, we’re assembling expert panel discussions on the nuances of this soon-to-bloom industry. The Summit will provide an in-depth examination of the core issues of emerging regulations, the potential consequences of a new federal enforcement posture, and the divergent approach of various municipalities as they weigh the pros and cons of legalization.

    We’ll also explore the operational difficulties faced by cannabis business professionals, including accessing capital, banking, accounting and acquiring and training talent.

    Keynote Address:
    Shaleen Title, Commissioner, MA Cannabis Control Commission

    Panel 1
    State Regulations and Federal Threats: Pushing Forward Locally in Uncertain Times

    Jim Borghesani

    Aaron Bluse, Altitude Organic
    Jim Smith, Smith, Costello & Crawford
    Joe Curtatone, Mayor of Somerville
    Meg Sanders, Revolution Clinics

    Panel 2
    Financial Hurdles: Cash, Credit and the Obstacles for Business Creation

    Adam Fine, Vicente Sederburgh

    Mitzi Hollenbeck, Citrin Cooperman
    Kim Napoli, NETA
    Andrew Thut, Mission Partners
    Mike Dundas, Sira Naturals

    Entrepreneurs face many challenges as they look to enter the industry, including finding credit and operating within an ambiguous regulatory landscape. How are entrepreneurs navigating the new complexities of the law – cash management, accounting, and leasing – all while finding the necessary personnel?

    Over 250 people attended our first Massachusetts Marijuana Summit in November, and we expect a larger turnout as recreational legalization nears. The Massachusetts Marijuana Summit 2.0 will once again bring together leaders in the cannabis industry to provide critical detail and perspective on this exciting new era.

    The State House News Forum, the events division of the State House News Service, is the state’s leading event series on public policy and politics. For more information about the event and sponsorship opportunities, contact Alex Dalsey at ADalsey@StateHouseNews.com.