Organic Grower Summit Announces 2018 CannaBus Tour
Wednesday, December 12, 8 am – 12 pm
Limited to 80 participants
A new addition to the schedule has been finalized for the Organic Grower Summit 2018 in Monterey, CA. The Organic Grower Summit is excited to announce the 2018 CannaBus Tour, created in collaboration with the Monterey County Cannabis Industry Association (MCCIA), on Wednesday, December 12, 2018.
2018 OGS CannaBus Tour is an exclusive opportunity to take a behind-the-scenes look at the Monterey County cannabis industry. This limited tour includes visits to a state-of-the-art, indoor cannabis growing operation and Indus, a vertically integrated cannabis extraction and manufacturing facility.
With the growing, production and consumption of cannabis now legal in California, Monterey County is poised to be a leader in the growing and manufacturing of cannabis and cannabis related products. And as California moves to regulated organic growing of cannabis by 2021, OGS wants to be at the forefront of providing attendees with information and education overview of this burgeoning industry.
"The 2018 OGS CannaBus Tour is an opportunity to connect organic growers and allied service providers with all aspects of the cannabis industry. This is a unique opportunity to give OGS attendees a platform to learn about the future of the cannabis industry,” says MCCIA's Executive Director, John Arriaga.
The 2018 CannaBus Tour is $99 per ticket and attendees be registered for the Organic Grower Summit. Please note, registration is available on a first-come, first serve opportunity for OGS attendees and there are no refunds.
OGS will be held December 12-13, at the Monterey Conference Center in Monterey, California. Attendee registration is $499, with discounts available for CCOF members and government and educational members. Attendees will also have the opportunity to purchase a ticket to the CCOF Foundation Dinner on Wednesday, December 12th. Registration to OGS includes admittance to the opening reception, educational sessions, keynote presentations, breakfast, lunch and trade show floor.
Over 40 sponsors have confirmed their support of OGS. The tradeshow floor is nearly sold-out, with only 14 exhibitor spaces remaining. Exhibitors include soil amendment, bio-pesticide, seed, packaging, food safety, ag technology, and equipment manufacturers who will be connecting with organic field production staff, supply chain managers, pest management advisors, and food safety experts.
For more information on the Organic Grower Summit, visit www.organicgrowersummit.com.