Thursday, June 28 at 6 PM – 9:30 PM
Virtual Cannabis Center of Excellence (CoE), powered by C3RN
2018 Cannabis Science, Education, and Networking Series
Join us June 28, 2018 for Cannabis Cultivation and Extraction: Standards and Best Practices
If you are student, contact Joseph Gilmore for a FREE ticket! firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Mechanics Hall (Upstairs) – 321 Main St, Worcester, MA 01608
6:00 – 6:30 Registration and Networking
6:30 – 8:00 Speakers
8:00 – 9:30 Networking and Interactive Education Station Walk
Sam Milton – Principal – Climate Resources Group
Tim Keough – CEO – AmeriCann
George W. Hightower – Director of Business Development – Stalk&Bean
Pete Glantz – Founder – Howls Tinctures
Gene Ray – Lab Manager and Asst. Formulation Scientist – Garden Remedies
David Vaillencourt – Chief Operations Officer – Orion GMP
Co-host – Randy MacCaffrie – Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer – C3RN
Co-host – Dr. Nigam Arora – Chief Scientific Officer – C3RN
Panelists will cover topics including:
Sustainable cultivation standards, compliance, and operating procedures for small and large cultivation operations
Efficient and evidence based extraction chemistry methods
Standards for scoring sustainable energy use and best practices under new regulations
Indoor vs. outdoor considerations
Optimal Lighting and HVAC systems for maximizing yield in Massachusetts and New England
What can you expect?
Networking with cultivators, policy makers, academics, scientists, healthcare providers, and cannabis industry leaders
Interactive education stations that provide opportunities to learn about cannabis science, research, and policy
Event report summary emailed post event
Hors d’oeuvres and bar
Who will be there?
Local cannabis businesses, advocacy groups, cultivators, students, patients, clinical, public health, academic, policy, advocacy, consumer, and community leaders
What’s the cost?
Ticket price: Early bird $30 until June 23; Regular Price: $40. Medical cannabis patients, seniors, nonprofits get 40% off!
Are you a student? Contact Joe Gilmore at email@example.com for a FREE TICKET!
We also encourage sponsoring a ticket for someone who cannot afford it
THANK YOU TO OUR 2018 C3RN EVENT SERIES SPONSORS!
MCR Labs, Revolutionary Clinics, NETA, Seaweed Technologies, Sira Naturals, Rise Dispensaries, Bask Fairhaven, Orion, NECANN, Sensi, Phylos Bioscience, The Harvest Cup, Mass Cannabis Chefs, Green Lion Partners, and the Boston University BUild Lab!
Thank you to Boston Solar for sponsoring this event!
Interested in being a sponsor for this event or others in our series? Visit: www.cannacenterofexcellence.org/sponsor to participate and have a booth at the next C3RN event!
January – June 2018 Event Series Details
January 2018 – How can we advance cannabis research?
The opportunities for cannabis cultivation, laboratory, clinical, social, and public health research in Massachusetts
February 2018 – Community first!
Models and best practices for ensuring engagement and equitable access, consumption, and integration in the industry in Massachusetts
March 2018 – Research collaborations from seed to bedside
Medical cannabis cultivation, clinical care, and research models in Massachusetts
April 2018 – The relationship between cannabis and opioids: prevention and treatment
Addressing the opioid epidemic using cannabis as a tool in Massachusetts
May 2018 – Cannabis Cultivation and Extraction: Standards and Best Practices
Creating pathways for multi-sectorial collaboration to advance cannabis science, education, and innovation in Massachusetts
June 2018 – A community-led cannabis research ecosystem
Advancing the medical and adult-use cannabis research agenda in the Commonwealth
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The virtual Cannabis Center of Excellence (CoE), powered by Cannabis Community Care and Research Network (C3RN), is a group like minded cannabis industry, advocacy, academic, public health, clinical, patient, policy, and community experts that embrace open-source principles to drive collaborative science in the cannabis industry.
This event series is powered by Cannabis Community Care and Research Network (C3RN)