Did you miss SYRCL’s Growing Green for the Yuba Workshop on April 30th? Check out the entire program below!
SYRCL’s vision is that people will see that well-regulated agriculture – which is what cannabis cultivation could be – should not harm water quality, fish and wildlife. As a community, we can educate each other to ensure cannabis is grown in an environmentally responsible and sustainable way. Join us for our monthly workshops to learn more about growing practices that will safeguard the Yuba watershed.
WHAT: Free workshops about environmentally responsible cannabis cultivation
WHEN: 2nd Tuesday of the month, 4:00 – 6:00 pm
WHERE: Holbrooke Hotel, 212 W. Main Street, Grass Valley, CA
Tuesday, June 13: Ecological Perspectives on Forest Management
Tuesday, July 11: Water Conservation and Delivery Systems
Tuesday, September 12: Plan Ahead for Healthy Soil
Tuesday, October 10: Plan Now for Rain Capture
Tuesday, November 14: Grow Clean, Get Certified
Introduction — Rachel Hutchinson, River Science Director, South Yuba River Citizens League
Regulation update — Hezekiah Allen, Executive Director, California Growers Association
Restore California — Kevin Carmichael, Attorney, Harvest Law Group
State Water Board’s General Order — Griffin Perea, Senior Engineering Geologist, Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board
Best Management Practices for Watershed Health — Trey Sherrell, Environmental Compliance Consultant
Stephen Munkelt, Munkelt Law Office
Jennifer Granger, The Law Office of Jennifer M. Granger
Heather Burke, The Law Offices of Heather Burke
Proper Irrigation — John Whalin, Sierra Plumbing Supply
Soil, Can You Dig It? — Darlene Markey, Sweetland Garden Mercantile
Introduction — Diana Gamzon, Director, Nevada County Cannabis Alliance
Moderator — Hezekiah Allen, Executive Director, California Growers Association
Panel — Terra Joy Carver, Executive Director, Humboldt County Growers Alliance
& Nathan Whittington, California Growers Association and Humboldt County Growers Alliance
Thank you to our sponsors!
We couldn’t do it without the support of our local community and all of you!
Growing Green for the Yuba 2017 is presented with appreciation to the Rose Foundation, and organized in coordination with the Nevada County Cannabis Alliance. To help sponsor this important educational program and upcoming workshops, please contact Julie Pokrandt at [email protected] or 530-265-5961 ext. 214.
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