April 12th -Sonoma County Sheriff Candidate Forum on Cannabis.

About the Sonoma County Growers Alliance

The mission of the Sonoma County Growers Alliance is to collaborate with and educate businesses, individuals, government and regulatory bodies in the cannabis industry.  We believe in developing and preserving the highest environmental, social and economic standards to ensure cannabis businesses participate within our community and thrive responsibly.

WHY JOIN SCGA?

Being a member of SCGA is more than attending meetings or receiving newsletters. It is something much bigger. You are joining a family, a support system of business professionals, visionaries and leaders whose voices rise above. We are at the table shaping today and your future. Whether new to the industry or part of our legacy, as a consumer or an operator, SCGA welcomes all to join us as we continue to develop a stable and prosperous cannabis business marketplace in Sonoma County.

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What We Do
The Sonoma County Growers Alliance was founded in 2015 in response to changes sweeping our industry.

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Upcoming Events
From social mixers to workshops and policy meetings, view our calendar to see what events are coming up.

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Knowledge Base
Our knowledge base provides valauble information for patients, cultivators, and the overall community.

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Sonoma Patient Group presented a seminar about Prop65 - and it delves into package labeling, as well as necessary signage on premises. We found it extremely informative and Sonoma Patient Group has generously made the recording available. Part 2 with Lauren Mendelsohn of Law Offices of Omar Figueroa. ... See MoreSee Less

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Patrick King!

Sonoma Patient Group presented a seminar about Prop65 - and it delves into package labeling, as well as necessary signage on premises. We found it extremely informative and Sonoma Patient Group has generously made the recording available. ... See MoreSee Less

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Why is packaging done in plastic? Why not hemp? Or something reusable

Patrick King!