On April 1, 2017 The Verdes Foundation will team up with Southwest Organic Producers (SWOP) to present an educational medical cannabis conference called the “The Plant, The People, The Purpose” on Saturday, April 1, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. This half-day medical cannabis conference is perfect for both the cannabis novice and for the terpene extraordinaire!
What Will I Learn?
The half-day conference features doctors and experts who will provide education that will benefit both cannabis patients and doctors alike. Topics will include cannabis is cancer care, whether cannabis can be accurate and the types of cannabis product and how they work and vary by condition and person. Speakers include Dr. Donald I. Abrams, University of California-San Francisco Medical Center; Dr. Evan S. Herrmann, Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurobiology (in Psychiatry), Columbia University Medical Center; Mara Gordon, Aunt Zelda’s, Inc.; and, Rachael Speegle, RN, The Verdes Foundation.
Do I Have to Have A Cannabis Card?
No cannabis card is needed to attend this conference! This special learning event is open to the entire community.
Why Is This Conference Important?
Rachael Speegle, Verdes Director of Operations says it best: “Patients often lack access to critical information regarding new developments and applications of medical cannabis. Our goal is to give all New Mexicans the opportunity to gain information that will enhance their knowledge of medical cannabis and its best use practices. Ultimately, we want the New Mexico cannabis community to feel empowered with knowledge on what they should expect from their medicine.”
How Do I Get My Ticket & How Much?
Thanks to our partners we are able to bring this conference to you for only $20.00 per ticket! You may purchase tickets through the National Hispanic Cultural Center box office or go to www.verdesfoundation.org/new-mexico-medical-cannabis-conference/
Special thanks to our sponsors Southwest Organic Producers, Bhang , O.PenVape, New Mexico Cancer Center, and the Weekly Alibi.