Technology is an incredible thing. We live in an age where technological advancements are commonplace – so commonplace, in fact, that it’s hard for us to imagine it wasn’t always this way.
And nothing epitomizes the concept of modern advancements like the Internet. It is the tool that allows us to send and access information in an instant and no single creation has done more to advance the cause of marijuana law reform than the Internet has. But it’s usefulness as a tool of information-sharing is still in its infancy, with leaps forward in capability happening all the time.
Another useful tool in connecting various people in the cannabis law reform movement has been the expo/conference/summit. These gatherings allow people from various sectors of the cannabis industry and community to meet, share ideas and share information. If you combine the power of these events with the power of the Internet to reach people all over the world, you have a force to be reckoned with.
Which brings us to the 2017 Green Flower Cannabis Health Summit. You can see the entire event streamed online for free if you register before May 6th. “This highly-acclaimed 2-day online event brings together the world’s top cannabis and health experts to educate and empower you with the latest facts, science, and credible information about cannabis today,” it says on the event website.
“Blending dynamic 22-minute talks with lively panel debates that you can watch LIVE right from home, you’ll learn more about cannabis in a few days than most do in years.”
You’ll be able to watch from any device and hear from an incredible array of experts in the cannabis community, including Steve DeAngelo from Harborside Health Center, former NFL player-turned medical marijuana advocate Eugene Monroe, Paul Armentano of NORML, Jeff the 420 Chef, Mara Gordon from Aunt Zelda’s and Maya Elisabeth, who has partnered with Whoopi Goldberg on her entry in the cannabis industry. Add to this list a number of doctors, experts on CBD, extracts and cultivation, industry insiders and a few more professional athletes and you have an online event that anyone interested in cannabis will not want to miss.
If you want to know more about growing, treating pets with cannabis, medical marijuana use among older generations, cooking with cannabis, CBD, the history of cannabis, why more athletes are turning to marijuana or just about any other cannabis-related topic you can think of, make sure you register before May 6th and catch the full summit live-streamed directly to you.