Farm Jam kicks off Cannabis Guide launch
BRATTLEBORO — Cannabis media and events company Heady Vermont is organizing a Summer Farm Jam and New England Cannabis Guide launch, scheduled for Saturday, July 20, at Bordertown Farm, and sponsored by the hemp and CBD store Vermont Hempicurean.
This event's southern Vermont location - and proximity to neighboring cities and New England states - is intended to draw in a regional audience, with an estimated attendance of 500-plus mostly coming from Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, and New York. The event will feature a full day of workshops on growing, making and processing, as well as a genetics swap, over 30 exhibitors, food trucks, live music, a beer garden, designated consumption areas, and numerous opportunities to relax and network with other cannabis enthusiasts. Additionally, attendees will be able to enjoy the scenic backdrop of the farm's 1-acre midsummer hemp crop.
The Summer Farm Jam is also the official launch of The New England Cannabis Guide, a comprehensive, full-color magazine showcasing New England cannabis businesses and attractions, and aimed at canna-curious consumers visiting or living in the Northeast.
"Last summer, we had a big party on July 1st to celebrate the day Vermont's cannabis legalization law went into effect," says Heady Vermont CEO Monica Donovan. "This year," she says, "we're celebrating the normalization of cannabis use, and the integration of this amazing plant into the mainstream New England community."
Interested speakers and workshop leaders can submit a speaker application, and potential sponsors can contact the Heady Vermont ad team for more information. Vendors can purchase a table spot on the website's event page.
Tickets are $30 for the public, $20 for members. Bordertown Farm is located at 40 University Way. There will be a shuttle service from a designated parking area at 109 Sunny Acres.
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