The Fourth Native American Cannabis & Hemp Conference is taking place on October 15th & 16th at the Viejas Casino & Resort in Alpine, CA.

Prominent experts in the industry will come together to discuss the most recent legal, economic, social, and policy changes that are allowing Native America to enter into the cannabis market. Every day there is change, and we intend to sum it all up for you! This is a must-attend event if your tribe is considering other means to drive revenue and create jobs, or if you are a professional with products or expertise looking to partner with a tribe to take advantage of the many benefits offered when entering into a business relationship on reserve land.

Registration is now closed.

Viejas Casino & Resort

5000 Willows Road
Alpine, CA 91901

Group Code: 181014NNE
Cut-off Date: 9/21/18
Room Rate: $133

1-800-847-6537

Association Partner

Gold Sponsors

Product Demonstration

Exhibitors

Interested in sponsorship? Contact us to view sponsorship packages.

FOR INFORMATION ABOUT SPEAKING, SPONSORING AND EXHIBITING OPPORTUNITIES, CONTACT DAN O’CONNOR AT 201-857-5333 OR DAN@NATIVENATIONEVENTS.ORG

Tribal Government & Enterprise Representatives

“If you’re interested in getting into this business, don’t bury your head and wait for the information to come to you. Go to this conference to learn what you need to know about Tribal cannabis.”
-Michael Mason, Economic Development Manager, Nisqually Tribe

“The BEST in logistical planning I have seen in Indian Country. The speakers were quick and precise in their knowledge. Firsthand experience and advice were excellent.”
-Susan Tiesing, Vice Chairperson, Mooretown Rancheria Economic Development

“Amazing staff and excellent information.”
-Jesse Archer, Chairman – Board of Directors, Big Pine Paiute Development Corporation

“The education points presented in the conference will help to identify the futuristic path toward cannabis.”
-Tracy Kennedy, Tribal Council, Burns Paiute Tribe

“Extremely informative and good group for networking. Very informative and it was a good experience.”
-Joe DeLaRosa, Tribal Chairman, Burns Paiute Tribe

“This is an eye-opening experience, especially for non-users of cannabis.”
-William Mitchell, Asst GM of Tribal Operations, Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation

“Very interesting and informative conference. Well worth attending.”
-Karen Misanes, Tribal Council Treasurer, Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe

“Excellent, very informative/educational material to give me a better understanding of this business. My outlook is very pro-cannabis because of this expo.”
– Rojelio Morales, Director of Marketing, Santa Rosa Rancheria Tachi Yokut/Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino

“I really enjoyed the conference. Everyone was all very knowledgeable.”
– Michael Cox, Treasurer/Tuolumne Economic Development Authority, Inc.


Sponsors & Industry Professionals

“The networking opportunities at this conference are great.”
-Sean Eubanks, Vice President, Strainwise Consulting

“Great conference. Very valuable – although a lot of attendees are still in the consideration phase, good connections were made. Small enough to have good conversations with attendees.”
-Alycia Wilkinson, Partner, BlueBird, CPAs

“Highly recommended. We learned a tremendous amount how the tribes and business interact.”
-Chris Lund, President, Lumann Enterprises

“Good size group, very warm, personable, friendly, and appreciative attendees. Commitment to developing and including industry professionals bodes well for future meetings.”
-John S Abrams, PhD, Cannabis Science Consulting, Principal / Owner Abrams BioConsulting

“Highly informative and worth attending.”
-Autumn Davidson, Executive Assistant to Leslie Bocskor, Electrum Partners

“It might be a great time to gain some early stage recognition.”
-Sandra Hancock, VP of Sales, Gatekeeper Innovation