Dr. Gogol is a scientist and business leader who enjoys the rapidly changing Cannabis industry and is passionate about growing quality plants to suit the needs of customers. Emily's work as CEO of Infinite Tree is informed by years of a training as a scientist, she has the grit and acumen needed to lead interdisciplinary teams, grow and sell plants, and create new infrastructure from farms to extraction facilities. Current projects for Infinite Tree include a state of the art CO2 extraction facility, a hemp research program and hemp nursery sales throughout the western United States.View the profile
Sara Sheeler owns ~100 acres of medicinal hemp farms (+ 10,000 sf of greenhouse) where they offer canna-tourism and respite for "at risk" individuals like veterans overcoming PTSD. Two Bears Farm cultivates medicinal hemp using domestic and global strains with CBD levels in the mid- to high- teens. Two Bears Farms organically cultivates orchard-style, trichome-laden, terpy, tasty and tested smokable hemp for toke, tea and tincture. Strains are selected based on bioavailability of their full spectrum of cannabinoids, flavonoids and terpenes.View the profile
Cannabis breeder and plant scientist specializing in Horticultural Production doing studies at the University of Minnesota. A life long plant enthusiast trained in traditional North American, Lakota Sioux and Ayurvedic herbal medicine. Herbal medicine utilizes the secondary metabolisms of plants to foster good health. These constituents often amount to terpenes, tannins and specialized secretions, which are produced in most plants as part of a natural process to protect growth in midst of adverse conditions (weather, pests) or promote the next phase of growth (seeding, pollination). Understanding what internal and external mechanisms that drive these processes from seed to flower, is paramount in successful horticultural production.View the profile
James Schwartz BSN, LNC, is an experienced medical legal consultant and CEO of CascadeHigh Organics with 20years experience cultivating legal cannabis. James is a self-described organic minimalist cultivating in the most sustainable manner. James believes in clean Cannabis and its use as a wellness drug. His Oregon licensed cultivation has been featured in Dope Magazine, Oregon Leaf Magazine, and has articles in both publications as well. James is a former member of NCIA Cultivation Committee and has presented at multiple Cannabis and CBD conferences all over the country. James was a drafter and is a signature on the written testimony to the FDA and congress on behalf of NCIA for CBD policy. His business, legal, medical, and agricultural knowledge provides a comprehensive perspective on the cannabis industry. James has lobbied for Cannabis on both the national and state level with Oregon Cannabis Association and is a fierce advocate for the plant and cannabinoid therapeutics.View the profile
Tara Tedrow is a shareholder at Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A. and the Chair of the Cannabis & Controlled Substances Group. In addition to working with clients statewide on land use, zoning and development issues, Tara handles complex regulated industries such as alcoholic beverage and marijuana and hemp licensing. Tara is a regular presenter and speaker at industry seminars and conferences and advises a variety of clients on the impacts of cannabis regulations. Tara is also an adjunct professor at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where she was the first to teach a course on Medical Marijuana Law and Policy. Tara is the only person in the state to be appointed by the Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services to serve on both the Industrial Hemp Advisory Board the state Hemp Advisory Committee, which she chairs. Tara also serves as incoming Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association’s Cannabis Law and Policy General Committee, a member of the Orange County School Impact Fee Study Advisory Committee, Vice-Chair of the Winter Park Economic Development Advisory Board, chair of the Crummer Leadership Business Advisory Board at Rollins College in Winter Park, a member of the Governor’s Transition Advisory Committee on Government Operations, and chair of the Ninth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission.View the profile
About the talk
As state legislative barriers to hemp cultivation continue to fall in succession, hemp farming has officially, rapidly, and monumentously become a part of the agriculture industry. This is a huge opportunity for a wide variety of industry players, as long as you are able to stay in the USDA's good graces. In this panel, we examine the current issues arising from these historical, yet evolving industry-wide changes in law, and how best to stay ahead of the curve, compliant, and legal.
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this kennel we examine the current issues arising from these historical yet involving industry-wide changes in law and how best to stay ahead of the 00:36 curve compliance and So at the moderator I have currently concert tonight on USA right driving, but I'm working late 00:45 with varying degrees of Arctic. Well, I have a little bit. so we have four panelists here today for more than happy to give you their take on what's 00:54 going on and how Sonic and introduced himself and speak for a few minutes and then I was like a loaded up my question so that you can get the 01:04
information that you came here for, So yeah, my name is Sarah Schaller. I am two bears Farm or in Durango, Colorado specializes cultivating top-shelf 01:12 organically grow. Smokable hemp. We do we don't extract and do anything else and I will always appreciate it will tell us a little bit about your 01:20 name. Hello, everyone. Thanks for joining us for a second day. So my name is jean shorts. I'm a cannabis cultivator in Oregon 01:30 during the night we can come out. I'm 01:39
also a nurse Anderson cannabinoids therapeutic toys from the hell cares Dental clearly that is an 01:49 act based business. But yet we're using the product in a very unique way that's different from most agricultural products other than tobacco, which we 01:59
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