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What Are the Best Marijuana Events in 2017?

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What are the best cannabis events to attend in 2017?

Whether you are an activist, a cannabis industry professional, or a new or veteran cannabis consumer (or all of the above!) attending cannabis centric events will help with furthering this movement and with education and awareness about the cannabis plant itself.  It is certainly an interesting time in history for marijuana…regardless of how people feel about it.

Here are a few must-attend events for the new year.  We will definitely update this list as more cannabis events surface.  We hope you find one, or several, that are a good fit for you!

January

NCIA Quarterly Caucuses – various locations

Oregon Cannabis Industry Mixer and Networking Event  – Portland, OR

High Times Business Summit – Los Angeles, CA

February

CannaCon – Seattle, WA

March

MJIC California Cannabis Business Expo – San Diego, CA

Cannabis Cultivation Conference – Oakland, CA

Cannagrow Expo – Reno, NV

Cannabiz Day – Orlando, FL

April

Imperious Expo – Phoenix, AZ

High Times Southern California Cannabis Cup – San Bernardino, CA

New England Cannabis Convention – Boston, MA

May

Spring 2017 Marijuana Business Conference and Expo – Washington D.C.

June

High Times Northern California Cannabis Cup – Santa Rosa, CA

NICA Cannabis Business Summit – Oakland, CA

Cannabis World Congress & Business Expositions (CWCBExpo) – New York, NY

July

Dispensary Next Conference and Expo – Denver, CO

August

Leafly Cannafest – Grand Forks, B.C (Canada)

Seattle Hempfest – Seattle, WA

Cannabis Science Conference – Portland, OR

September

Cannabis World Congress & Business Expositions (CWCBExpo) – Los Angeles, CA

October

Cannagrow Expo – Denver, CO

November

Fall 2017 Marijuana Business Conference & Expo – Las Vegas, NV

December

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About Author

Leah Maurer is a happily married Portland mom to 3 young boys. She is one of the owners of The Weed Blog and contributes content regularly for the site. She also does some freelance writing, helped launch and is still very active in Portland's Women Grow chapter, and is the Branding and Outreach Manager for Yerba Buena Farms. Leah is a cannabis legalization activist and hopes to see the prohibition of cannabis end on a federal level, and to see the cannabis conversation normalized across America.