NEW FOR 2017!
Featuring the Canna Education Center, select exhibitors, curated talks,
and a dub music stage by Mountain Lion Hi-Fi.
Green Alley will be located on Tehama Street off of 2nd Street, across from Art Alley.
Now that cannabis has finally been legalized in California, the How Weird Street Faire is pleased to introduce a new addition to our multi-faceted event. Green Alley will showcase a lively exhibition of select products and services. There will be talks from cannabis experts at the Cannabis Education Center, as well as information on related subjects. Come meet the experts and pioneers, and get an update on the evolving status of cannabis and hemp.
There will be no sales of cannabis at the faire this year.
Green Alley is open to all How Weird Street Faire participants.
COME AND MEET THE CANNABIS EXPERTS
IN THE CANNA EDUCATION CENTER TENT
Nikki Lastreto and Swami Chaitanya
International cannabis educators, founders of Swami Select and Ganga Ma Gardens, Mendocino activists.
Nikki and Swami will lead an Opening Ceremony for the Inaugural Green Alley, and later present the state of the Cannabis State in the Canna Education Center tent.
Founder of the Emerald Cup, Mendocino Farmers Collective, Healing Harvest Farms, and Area 101 in Laytonville. He was also a founding member of California Cannabis Reform Policy (CCPR), which evolved into Reform CA, and the Mendocino Cannabis Policy Council (MCPC).
Tim will speak about the environmental responsibility of the California grower communities, and describe ways growers are not only going organic, but adopting sustainable practices across the board.
Cannabis law attorney.
Active on the front lines of local and national cannabis law, Patrick will review the ABC’s of Prop 64.
Legendary hash crafter.
Learn about the variety of hash making techniques, and the various forms of concentrates, solventless rosins, and extracts.
Founder of Sava.
Andrea will share her knowledge of the healing power of cannabis topical products.
California Outreach Coordinator of Hempstead Project HEART.
Linda will give a thorough overview of the many uses of hemp: for food, textiles, fabrication, building materials, fuel, and more.
Grow Instructor at Oaksterdam University.
Long-time cultivator Robyn will provide step by step guidance in developing a very basic low cost garden for growing 6 plants at home, legally and with very high quality results.
Talk topics include:
• Legal information – Prop 64 and the new laws for medical and recreational sales starting in 2018.
• Medical applications – from easing aches and pains to fighting cancer.
• Grow technology – The latest low-cost, high-yield personal grow systems.
• Vaping and extracts – the latest technology, health factors, strains, and terpenes.
• The hemp plant – one of the most useful plants on the planet.
Green Alley is curated by Michael Gosney, producer of the Deep Green events.
If you are interested in participating, contact greenalley at howweird.org
“Hemp will be the future of all mankind, or there won’t be a future.”
– Jack Herer