On November 8, 2016, the nation will vote for the new president and these nine states will also consider legalization of either medical or recreational cannabis. The results of the ballot can change a lot. But for weed growers, there will be at least four events in November that would be almost as important as the upcoming ballot.
Where: Salem, OR
When: November 5-6, 2016
Attend one of the biggest cannabis fairs in Salem, OR. Explore the variety of cannabis and hemp products, innovative growing and harvest equipment, marijuana accessories, and more. Learn more about medical benefits of marijuana, the latest weed policy changes, or new growing techniques during numerous educational sessions.
For more details, visit THC Fair's official website.
Where: Tampa, FL
When: November 9, 2016
The upcoming Cultivation 101 Workshop is a must-attend event both for new weed growers and for everyone who wants to become a budtender or start a cannabis business. Learn about the most important stages of the marijuana plant's growth, different growing, harvesting, and storing techniques. Find out how to choose the right strain, proper nutrients, or photoperiod.
For more details, go to Florida Cannabis Coalition's website.
Where: Yakima, WA
When: November 19, 2016
With the harvest season being almost over, it is time for marijuana growers, processors, and retailers to take a break and join one of the biggest marijuana-related events of the year. The event will feature a few educational sessions on cannabis growing. This is the perfect opportunity for networking, learning, and having some fun with like-minded people. Learn from the best weed growers and share you experience with others.
For more information about the event, go to the festival's website.
Where: Portland, OR
When: November 30-December 4, 2016
Cannabis Classic PDX is your chance to prove that you are the best in growing weed. The competition is a part of the upcoming Weed Week that will occur from November 30 to December 4, 2016. Note: only the growers from Oregon can take part in the Cannabis Classic PDX competition. The best artisan marijuana growers will be awarded during the special award show. There will also be separate competitions with awards for best cannabis strains, edibles, and concentrates.
For more details about the competition, visit the Cannabis Classic PDX's website.