Hosted by Magnolia OaklandSunday, August 5 at 10 AM – 12 PM PDTThe fourth class in the Ray Lanier of Noble Gardens series, today you will learn to make your own canna butter. Do you prefer to make your own edibles? Do you have food allergies that make it difficult to find edible cannabis products? Ray will teach you how to make oil from flowers and hash, using butter, coconut oil or coco butter. You will also learn to manage proper dosing to add the proper medicine to your recipes. Get it right every time, medicate confidently while enjoying your favorite recipes at home.
To reserve your seat, email email@example.comAbout the Venuehttp://weedallaboutit.info/event/orlando-green-carpet-networking/12:00 PM – 4:00 PMSun Aug,5th
Twisted Trunk Brewing, 2000 PGA Boulevard #5506, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33408, USA
60-90 minutes of cannabis education from local experts and business owners. Safe and friendly environment for marijuana business discussions. Drinks and appetizers. Answers to all your questions. Connections to people that can help you get started or getto the next level. Events free to members.For more information: https://greencarpetevents.lpages.co/westpalmbeach/
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Hosted by Magnolia OaklandSunday, August 5 at 1 PM – 2 PM PDT
This is the fifth class in the Ray Lanier of Noble Gardens series. Today you will learn how to keep a mother plant in a vegetative state and how to harvest clones from her for your hydroponically or soil based project using rock will substrate. We will discuss how to get roots established, how to keep your clones healthy, in a good growing environment, and how to know when it is time to move your clones into your garden.
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Hosted by Magnolia OaklandMonday, August 6 at 6 PM – 8 PM PDT
CANNABIS REGULATIONS STUDY GROUP:
Magnolia Oakland, with the coordination of Tony Bowles and Debby Goldsberry , Magnolia will host three study groups, so we can all to sit together and discuss the proposed final cannabis regulations. They are hard to read and even harder to understand. Let’s work together to discover what needs fixed, and join our voices at the Oakland Bureau of Cannabis Control in August.
We will try to bring in some lawyers and policy experts to the last two dates. The first one will focus on the BCC regulations, and we will move into the other two sets of regs during the next two sessions.
Hosted by Bureau of Cannabis ControlTuesday, August 7 at 10 AM – 12 PM PDT
The Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) published proposed regulations in the California Regulatory Notice Register on July 13, 2018. This publication is the start of the formal rulemaking process to adopt non-emergency regulations and marks the opening of the 45-day public comment period.
The proposed non-emergency regulations and rulemaking documents have been posted to the BCC’s website and can be viewed by clicking the following link: http://www.bcc.ca.gov/law_regs/index.html.
Public comments on the proposed regulations will be accepted in writing and during public hearings held throughout the state by the state’s three cannabis licensing authorities. Dates and locations for the BCC’s public comment hearings, including documents with instructions on how to submit written comments, are listed below.
Bureau of Cannabis Control Hearing Dates and Locations:
1) August 7, 2018, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Hilton Oakland Airport, One Hegenberger Road, Oakland, CA 94621
2) August 14, 2018, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Millennium Biltmore Hotel, 506 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90071
3) August 27, 2018, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Tsakopoulos Library Galleria, 828 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
How to Get Involved in the Regulatory Process: https://cannabis.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/07/How-To-Get-Involved-in-the-Regulatory-Process.pdf
The BCC will review each timely and relevant comment received and will respond to all comments in documents filed during the final stages of the rulemaking process, regardless of the method used to submit the comments.
Comments may be submitted in writing to the BCC, or at a public comment hearing. Comments also may be submitted orally at a public comment hearing. Parties interested in attending a public comment hearing do not need to RSVP. No public comments will be accepted by phone.
Please note that the current emergency regulations, adopted by the BCC, CDPH, and CDFA in December 2017 and readopted in June 2018, were originally issued through the emergency rulemaking process to meet the legislative mandate to open California’s regulated cannabis market on January 1, 2018. These emergency regulations will remain in effect until the non-emergency rulemaking process is complete.
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Aug 9-12, 2018 | Harmony, ME
Freedom Field|75 Carson Hill Road Harmony, ME
Held annually in Harmony, Maine, Hempstock Fest is a music festival that proudly celebrates marijuana culture. Groovy live musical performances take place in the far outdoors in a lush green field that welcomes camping. In addition to bringing people together in a mellow loving environment, the festival advocates marijuana activism and legalization of the heady green plant.http://weedallaboutit.info/event/city-of-los-angeles-cannabis-regulation-commission/
August 9 2:00 PM
Ronald F Deaton Civic Auditorium
Los Angeles Police Administration Building
100 W 1st Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Item 1: Report on Department’s review of applications for Phase 1 (Prop M) priority processing.
Item 2: Report on the Department’s review of applications for Phase 2 licensing, including eligibility requirements and qualification for theSocial Equity Program.
Item 3: Report on operating requirements for applicants granted Temporary Licensing Approval, and appeal procedures for any denied licenses.
Item 4: Report on unlicensed activity in the City of Los Angeles, including coordinated City enforcement, and possible action by City Council on budget policy for enforcement.
- 1010.August.Fridayhttp://weedallaboutit.info/event/high-on-the-hog-a-cannabis-themed-pig-roast/Friday, August 10 at 5 PM – 9 PM PDTWe’re thrilled to be hosting our very first High on the Hog cannabis-themed dinner at Paley’s Place on August 10 from 5pm to 9pm!
At this single-farm dinner hosted outdoors, Chefs Vitaly Paley and Luis Cabanas will roast a cannabis-fed pig from Moto Perpetuo Farm, which will be served with a bounty of summer vegetables from Creative Growers Organic Farm, CBD sodas, Coalition Brewing’s CBD-infused Two Flowers IPA + more.
Tickets are $85 and include all food, one drink and gratuity.
This event is 21 and over. Please bring a paper or a digital copy of your ticket, as you will not be admitted to the event without one.
- 1111.August.SaturdayNo events