EXPANDED FOR 2021
NOW FEATURING CANNABIS SALES AND CONSUMPTION!
The How Weird Street Faire will be the first street fair to offer legal cannabis, as part of a pilot program with the city of San Francisco.
Featuring top exhibitors and irie art!
Green Alley is open to participants 21 years or older only.
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Now that cannabis has been legalized in California, How Weird’s Green Alley is an event within the event focused on cannabis education and awareness. Join us for a lively exhibition of select products and services. Come meet the experts and pioneers, and get the latest news and info on the recreational, medical, nutritional, and industrial dimensions of this amazing gift of Mother Earth!
THE 2019 GREEN ALLEY SPEAKERS WERE:
Dale Sky Jones
You can find more information at GreenAlley.net
COME AND MEET THE CANNABIS EXPERTS
Swami has been a judge in the Emerald Cup since it began in 2003, is on the steering committee of the Mendocino Cannabis Association, and is a founder of Swami Select brand of cannabis flowers. His life is now devoted to teaching, meditating, farming, and helping others.
Nikki is a founder and CEO of Swami Select, a respected cannabis journalist, and the head flower judge at the prestigious Emerald Cup since it began in 2003. As a strong voice for women, she shapes the industry, educating consumers, cultivators, and politicians about the value of pure cannabis cultivated using organic methods.
Tim is the founder and producer of the Emerald Cup, the worlds largest outdoor cannabis competition. Tim sponsored and helped produce the first gathering of law enforcement and cannabis farmers to openly discuss how they would work together. He was a founding member of California Cannabis Reform Policy, which evolved in CA Reform, and was also a founding member of the Mendocino Cannabis Policy Council, and is on the board of directors of The Mendocino Cannabis Industry Association.
Taylor has assisted in the production of the Emerald Cup since 2008, and is now the Associate Producer. She is extremely proud seeing it develop to where it is today.
Known as the Guru of Ganja, Ed is a leading cannabis horticulture authority, author, publisher, educator, social activist, and legalization pioneer. He is one of the co-founders of High Times Magazine, and wrote the long-running column “Ask Ed”. Ed has founded many cannabis related venture, including Green Aid: The Medical Marijuana Legal Defense and Education Fund, the International Cannabis Business Conference, and the Wonders of Cannabis Festival.
Jess is the Chief of Staff at The Oil Plant. She manages the Aunt Zelda’s brand, as seen in the groundbreaking film “Weed the People”. In 2017, Jess became a teacher of Ganja Yoga, a cannabis enhanced yoga practice. She also leads retreats on Wellness in the Workplace.
Terrance Alan was the Chair of the California State Legalization Task Force which advises San Francisco on implementation of legal cannabis. Terrance helped found the nation’s first non-profit dispensary, CHAMP (Californians Helping to Alleviate Medical Problems). He currently the chair of the SF Chamber of Commerce Cannabis Working Group, an advisor to the newly formed San Francisco Cannabis Retailers Alliance, Crop2Kitchen, a cannabis cuisine and beverage advocacy group and CEO of Café Flore in the Castro.
In 2012, Christina founded the Emerald Magazine, during her last semester of college at Humboldt State University, where she earned her degree in journalism. In 2014, she launched Humboldt Women, a grassroots organization that helped women in business off-set overhead costs by awarding grants every month. In 2016 she founded the Humboldt County Cannabis Chamber of Commerce.
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Green Alley is curated by Michael Gosney, producer of the Deep Green events.
Green Alley is made possible by our select sponsors.
“Hemp will be the future of all mankind, or there won’t be a future.”
– Jack Herer