The Emerald Cup Returns To Sonoma Co. Fairgrounds Dec 14 & 15th, 2019

The Emerald Cup

Bringing Top Cannabis Experts, Educators and Farmers Together with Consumers CALIFORNIA: The Emerald Cup has announced the programming for the 16th annual competition and festival, to be held December 14 & 15, 2019. Long known as the largest, most-respected organic outdoor cannabis competition in the world, The Emerald Cup has developed into the destination for agricultural Read the full article…

Emerald Cup Marijuana Festival Draws 21,000 To Sonoma County Fairgrounds

Billed as the equivalent of the Oscars for the cannabis industry, the event draws many producers from the so-called “Emerald Triangle” of Mendocino, Humboldt and Trinity counties, a business that organizers claim is the largest agricultural crop on the North Coast, and will grow even more with outright legalization — perhaps as soon as next year.

CALIFORNIA: The Emerald Cup, the celebration of cannabis culture now in its third year in Santa Rosa, wrapped up its two-day run at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds on Sunday with its biggest attendance ever, showcasing some of the best outdoor organic marijuana in the world and the industry the plant has spawned. The weekend event drew Read the full article…

The Indispensable Leader Of The Marijuana Movement

Dennis simply refused to accept that anybody —no cop, no district attorney, no judge— could tell him he didn't have a right to smoke marijuana.

by Fred Gardner CALIFORNIA: Last weekend at the Emerald Cup, a sprawling hempfest held at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Dennis Peron got a lifetime achievement award and I got to present it. The marijuana legalization movement would not have achieved its great breakthrough in 1996 had it not been for Dennis, the founder and maitre’d of Read the full article…

Pot Festival Meets Country Fair At Emerald Cup In Santa Rosa, CA

San Francisco General Hospital is making strides in developing a marijuana-derived treatment for sickle-cell anemia.

CALIFORNIA:  Marijuana culture took center stage on the first day of a high-profile organic cannabis competition at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds, a first for the county and perhaps a harbinger of the drug’s eventual outright legalization. Organizers expected the event Saturday and Sunday to draw 5,000 people daily to toke some of the best marijuana Read the full article…