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The State Of Sonoma County Cannabis With Susan Gorin

Sonoma County Board of Supervisors' Gorin to Address SVCE

Friday, May 10 - 3pm at HopMonk Tavern Sonoma


Sonoma, CA - May 1, 2019 ( Newswire) In a special Friday afternoon meeting, 1st district and Sonoma Valley supervisor Susan Gorin will be the featured speaker at the monthly Sonoma Valley Cannabis Enthusiasts meeting on May 10 at HopMonk Tavern Sonoma.

Gorin, who has been a vocal cannabis supporter during her tenure on the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors and who is currently running for re-election, will offer her thoughts on the state of cannabis in Sonoma County. The meeting starts at 3pm and is free and open to the public. HopMonk Tavern Sonoma is located at 691 Broadway.

The Sonoma Valley Cannabis Enthusiasts (SVCE) was born on March 21, 2018. The founding steering committee consists of world-renowned Sonoma Valley organic farmers Sam Coturri and Phil Coturri; biodynamic leader and GlenTucky Family Farm founder Mike Benziger; Sonoma Valley florist and farmer Natasha Drengson; Erich Pearson, founder of SPARC; Glen Ellen Star restaurateur Erinn Weiswasser; and Sonoma PR man and farmer Michael Coats. The current board of directors includes former Sonoma Mayor Ken Brown as president; Michael Coats, V.P.; Jani Friedman as secretary and Doug Gardner as treasurer and acting executive director and local cannabis expert and writer Gretchen Giles as marketing consultant.


With over 50 active members, the SVCE exists to promote Sonoma Valley's distinctive and unique cannabis to residents of California and beyond. SVCE's goal is to highlight our local cannabis' remarkable terroir and to spotlight how Valley cannabis, properly grown, adds value to both our environment and our community. SVCE will develop and promote best practices in the Valley community and the greater cannabis industry. We will influence cannabis policy while facilitating the integration of cannabis businesses into our community. Providing education and information to our members and visitors about the medical and responsible adult uses of cannabis is a high priority of our organization. We support local charities and partner with food, wine, health, and tourist businesses.


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