Pristine environs of Malibu host premium cannabis farmers’ market, enlightening speakers and gourmet canna-dinners.

On Saturday, outside of Los Angeles in picturesque Malibu, Ca., the Emerald Exchange convened for the first time since its inaugural session in August of this year.

Produced by Justin Calvino, a Mendocino County cannabis farmer and founder of the Mendocino Appellations Project (a movement to get the region’s singular cannabis agriculture legally classified and protected in the same way as wine country), and Michael Katz, CEO of Evoxe Laboratories, (a company combining aromatherapy and sun-grown Northern California cannabis into high design vaporizers), the day-long event featured a curated cannabis farmers’ market; a timely, forward-thinking speaker series; cocktails followed by a three-course cannabis-infused dinner; and wrapped up with a dance party.

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