The symposium is targeted at tribal leaders, regulators, attorneys, investors, and anyone wanting to know more about the new economic opportunity for Indian country.

The inaugural Tribal Cannabis & Hemp Symposium, November 1-2, at Tulalip Resort Casino, will address one of the most complex and potentially most profitable industries in Indian country: cannabis and hemp production.

Presented by Victor-Strategies and Pechanga.net, it will explore the economic opportunity for tribes and offer step-by-step production roadmaps.

At least 11 keynote speakers will discuss the manifold issues regarding legalized marijuana production and sales in Indian country, explore the pros and cons of the new industry, and identify success scenarios for tribal engagement.

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