Oregon Hemp Convention Wraps Up The Season

A field of Hemp plants

If you’re like me—and Jah help you if that’s the case—you may have what people who play doctors on TV call “Cannabis Event Fatigue.”

This condition develops when you’ve spent nearly every weekend this summer inside a chain-hotel ballroom, attending conferences, seminars, expos and gatherings, all revolving around weed.

Some were atrociously overpriced for the chance to see the same faces trotted out twice over the weekend, while others didn’t offer you much in the way of new info. (“We’ve just discovered rope can be made from hemp!”)

But the summer is over, and the trade shows are winding down.

The last of the big dogs is this weekend on Saturday, October 10 and Sunday, October 11 at the Portland Expo Center. It’s worth visiting the Oregon Hemp Convention for a variety of reasons.

First, it’s only $10 a day to get in.

They are collecting for the Oregon Food Bank, which is something we should all support, even if you are straight edge.

There will be plenty of vendors, along with the awarding of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Cup, as well as speakers addressing banking issues, how to grow, how to make edibles, concentrates, dispensaries, and yes, industrial hemp.

You can get lots more info and purchase ticket on Oregon Hemp Convention‘s website.

Josh Taylor is a well-known and successful entrepreneur in the legal cannabis space, producing B2B and B2C cannabis events, "Backstage Budtending" and upscale concierge services through his companies OregonCannabisConcierge.com and CaliforniaCannabisConcierge.com. His weekly syndicated newspaper column and features about cannabis ran for five years until March 2020.

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