Humboldt Local Inc. and Trim Scene Solutions recently announced the launched of Casual Sundays Educational Series, a series of lectures and presentations on issues important to the cannabis industry, according to a news release.
The events will replace the Casual Crop eXchange Farmers Market, the press release stated.
“In order to be in compliance with a new Humboldt County land ordinance, the 215 event is temporarily cancelling all future [farmers market] events,” the release stated.
Open to the public, the bimonthly series will take place the second and fourth Sunday of each month at the Trim Scene Solutions store in Redway.
The next Casual Sundays Educational Series event is set for July 9 at 1 p.m. with Eric Brandstad discussing “Light Dep Summer Growing and Greenhouse Tech,” the release stated.
“This guy really knows everything there is to know about greenhouses,” said Trim Scene Solutions owner Joey Burger.
Brandstad, a cannabis greenhouse expert, consultant and the general manager of Forever Flowering Greenhouses, is a recognized authority on greenhouse site development and greenhouse efficiency, according to the release. He has served as a consultant to growers around the country for more than 10 years and empowered thousands of people through his radio, television interviews and public appearances with his cannabis greenhouse expertise.
Humboldt Local Inc. and Trim Scene Solutions are planning to present the Humboldt County PlanningCcommission with an application for a medical cannabis dispensing permit in order to restart the regular farmers markets events in Southern Humboldt.
“They’re hopeful the county will develop and allow on-site consumption and a farmers market permit for the Casual Crop eXchange,” the release stated.
Trim Scene Solutions stated they would like to thank all the attendees, vendors, speakers, sponsors and everyone else who participated in the Casual Crop eXchange over the last year and a half.
“We made a very special community celebration,” Burger said in the release. “And we hope to have many more.”