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Jim Wood 11h
At the today I said I’ve worked to make regulations attainable for all, especially small farmers. We want your business out in open as part of the local economies and thank you for sharing your challenges with us today.
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Anna Caballero Jan 25
Farmers continue to have labor shortages that must be addressed. Work permits for California farmworkers is the right solution to help our economy prosper
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Sunnabis Jan 23
You have no idea how exciting it was to be in the room when this decision was made and how thrilled I am now to see the decision put into action. Thank you for keeping your word to fight to protect the small farmers!
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CalGrowers Jan 18
Replying to @TDevonneJackson
Of course, any time. Thanks for the discussion
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CalGrowers Jan 18
Replying to @TDevonneJackson
The trends discussed in the study likely have more to do with the proliferation of type 2 anti coagulants, not the growth of the Cannabis industry. Frankly speaking Cannabis has been huge in CA for a long time, these trends are not likely explained by growth in cannabis.
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CalGrowers Jan 18
Replying to @TDevonneJackson
The article discusses "clandestine marijuana farms." Cannabis cultivators run the spectrum from homesteaders with a strong stewardship ethic to profit only agri-business and criminal commercial enterprise. Rat poison is a worst practice that most avoid.
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CalGrowers Jan 18
Replying to @TDevonneJackson
I think you may be confused about who we represent. Our growers are not using rat poison. That said, it sound like a poison problem more than a Cannabis problem. Maybe we should restrict the production and sale of persistent type 2 anti coagulant poisons? We'd support it.
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Cannabis Biz Times Jan 12
Cannabis Business Times is pleased to welcome Hezekiah Allen as a speaker at the Cannabis 2018 Cultivation Conference!
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Rob Bonta Jan 9
My bill will create a simpler, expedited way for people to turn the page & get certain convictions removed from or reduced on their records. They're already legally entitled to this w/ , but it’s too burdensome to do. Let's fix it!
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CalGrowers Jan 6
We hope to see you next week 💚⚔💚
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Hezekiah Allen Jan 4
Their transgressions will strengthen our resolve
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CalGrowers Dec 28
You should talk to , our executive director. You can email him at hezekiah@cagrowers.org. Thanks!
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CalGrowers Dec 21
Let's just remember while some in CA want to go big fast by obtaining stacks of licenses, lots of hardworking business leaders like Sarah Grew can't even apply for a state license because of regressive local policies. Honor the leaders, don't leave them behind 💚🙏🏼💚
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Women of Cannabiz Dec 20
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Fiddler's Greens Dec 16
from - The LA Times weighs in: "During last year’s campaign for Proposition 64, which made recreational marijuana legal for adults under California law, proponents of the measure repeatedly argued that it would protect small marijua…
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Jim Wood Dec 8
And so it begins. I am particularly interested in making sure our small farms and businesses apply and can successfully navigate the system.
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Jim Wood Dec 5
So many people supported us as we worked through -- and are working through --the devastating fires in Northern California. We will be here for you Ventura County!
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CalGrowers Dec 5
Casey O'Neill at the podium (with Hezekiah Allen seated) addressing the state board of food and…
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Mike McGuire Dec 4
Joining with : We must change the last minute revision to CA’s new cannabis regulations which rolls out the red carpet for large corporations and crushes the livelihood of small family farmers who are the backbone of the Golden State’s cannabis industry.
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