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The Emerald Exchange Farmers Market Introduces SoCal Consumers to NorCal Cannabis Cultivators

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Cannabis consumers don’t often get a chance to meet the farmers who grew their product. That’s changing though with events like the Emerald Exchange, a farmers market in Los Angeles featuring a number of organic, outdoor, small-batch cannabis cultivators from Northern California. Bringing down their crop and their culture from the Emerald Triangle, these cultivators, including brands like Mendocino Generations and Flying Tiger Farms, are able to educate the market about where their cannabis is coming from and how it’s grown. Presenting not only the finest flower in the state, the Emerald Exchange also draws a number of artists, musicians, and innovative brands, like the cannabis-infused, alcohol-free Rebel Coast Winery. With a lineup of speakers like Felicia Carbajal (California Cannabis Advocates) or Dr. Brandie M. Cross (The Pot Lab), discussing policy, social justice, and the future of cannabis, there’s something at the Emerald Exchange for everyone.

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