“All of the biggest agricultural companies in the world want our genetics. Those people aren’t coming into our industry now, they’ve been doing it for a decade, and they’ve been doing it pretty much under the radar."

Every June, the cannabis software company Meadow hosts a multi-day conference in a California redwood forest.

Held at an old Boy Scout camp near Navarro, about 140 miles north of San Francisco, the event draws a crowd of idealistic techies, conscious capitalists, and small-scale legacy weed growers -- with a few Wall Street sharks disguised as Burning Man radicals circulating in the mix.

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David Bienenstock ~ Leafly.com

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