Catalyst Conversations | 2.16.21 | Blazing the Trail – Black Cultivators in Cannabis

Catalyst Conversations | 2.16.21 | Blazing the Trail – Black Cultivators in Cannabis

NCIA’s Catalyst Conversations are an advanced #IndustryEssentials webinar series curated to give enrollees in our Social Equity Scholarship program the opportunity to network and gain access to valuable knowledge that will help them excel in the cannabis industry.

In this edition of our Catalyst Conversations series originally aired on Tuesday, February 17 we recognized Black cultivators who are trailblazing in the industry. They shared their insights on how they got into the game, best practices for cultivating quality cannabis, and discussed their favorite strains.

Speakers included:
• @Jesce Horton – LOWD
• Will Perry – Magic Hour Cannabis
• Chris Ball – Ball Family Farms
• @Reginald Stanfield – JustinCredible Cultivation
• @Bryant Mitchell – Blaqstar Farms
• @Tahir Johnson (Moderator) – Membership and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Manager – NCIA

A special thank you to the benefactors of NCIA’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Program which are listed below! These businesses have all taken their commitment to social justice to the next level by providing significant financial support for all our DEI efforts across the association. You can learn more about these initiatives on NCIA’s website by following this link then join the ranks of these pioneering businesses pushing for a more equitable industry!

NCIA Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Program Benefactors:



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