A Fireside Chat about Colorado’s Pot Industry

A Fireside Chat about Colorado’s Pot Industry

Chris Moder, 23, labels bottles at the Dixie Elixer manufacturing facility in Denver, CO.

Benjamin Rasmussen: Chris Moder, 23, labels bottles at the Dixie Elixer manufacturing facility in Denver, CO.

Saturday, May 30, 1 pm. (Allow an extra 10 minutes for parking due to Farmer’s Market outside)
“Legitimacy and Uncertainty: A Fireside Chat about Colorado’s Pot Industry.”

A wide-ranging conversation about Colorado’s pot industry, practice, and impact.
$5 members and students; $10 general. Pay in advance below or at the door.

Speakers: Stephen Lewchuk, Manager of Smokey’s 420 House (formerly Cannabis Care Wellness Center), Garden City, Colorado; Bridgette Marlow, former bud tender who worked for 2.5 years at six different dispensaries in Colorado; Miranda Niles, Lab Manager with Botanico Marijuana Center, Denver; Guy Rocourt, Co-owner of LiveNeos, an electronic vaporization oil company in Colorado.
Moderated by Marty Otañez, Assistant Professor, Anthropology Department, University of Colorado Denver; he studies along visual lines the ways cannabis workers achieve health and wellness; and Jordan Wellington, Attorney with Vicente Sederberg, formerly with the Colorado Department of Revenue Marijuana Enforcement Division as a policy analyst.

Advance Tickets:
Members and Students  [wp_cart:45100 Mixed Bag Panel – Members:price:5.00:end]
General Public  [wp_cart:45100 Mixed Bag Panel – General Public:price:10.00:end]

Presented in conjunction with “Mixed Bag: Marijuana in the Highlands,” on show at CPAC through June 27.