Chalice Farms to Sponsor the Cannabis Creative Conference
Chalice Farms Has a Seat On the Rules Advisory Committee
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission, charged with regulating the distribution and sale of recreational marijuana, has established a committee to develop rules for the State’s regulated marijuana industry. William Simpson, president and founder of Chalice Farms, will join 14 other growers, retailers and officials on the Rules Advisory Committee to provide a balanced approach to marijuana regulation.
The Big Idea – Get Pot Right
William Simpson, president and founder of Chalice Farms, will join a panel of experts and regulators on Tuesday, April 14, to discuss the challenges lawmakers face implementing Measure 91. Get Pot Right will explore marijuana regulation, retail taxation, and preventing underage consumption. The event is open to the public. Get tickets here.
Testimony to the Measure 91 Joint Committee
William Simpson joined a panel of medical cannabis growers to testify to the Measure 91 Joint Committee, outlining how Chalice’s farming practices embody the high standards regulation and licensure will require. Providing a “virtual tour” of one of our farms, he covered internal security practices, tracking systems from seed to sale, best practices to minimize the harmful effects of chemicals, and the benefits of our perpetual growth method that provides consistent availability of medicine for patients.