Native American Marijuana and Hemp Conference & Expo

September 9-10, 2015

Harrah’s Resort Southern California, Valley Center, CA


Native Nation Events’ Native American Marijuana and Hemp Conference & Expo will be held September 9-10, 2015 at Harrah’s Resort Southern California, located at 777 Harrah’s Rincon Way in Valley Center, CA, just north of San Diego. Come hear prominent experts in the industry discuss the most recent legal, economic, social, and policy changes that are allowing Native America to enter into the marijuana 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!

Who Should Attend:

  • Tribal Leaders
  • Council Members
  • Cannabusiness Professionals
  • Insurance Professionals
  • Finance and Legal Professionals
  • Information and Technology Professionals
  • Risk Managers
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Economic Development Professionals
  • Engineers
  • Industry Consultants
Hotel & Venue

Hotel Information

Harrah’s Resort Southern California

777 Harrah’s Rincon Way

Valley Center, CA 92082


Who's Attended
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Look at what people said about the Native American Marijuana and Hemp Conference & Expo:


“Excellent information.”
Farrell Hoosava, Tonto Apache Tribe
“Very good and informative. Hope it will be an annual conference and expo.”
Rico O Cruz, Nez Perce Tribe
“Conference was excellent.”
Joyce Carothers, Tule River Tribe

“Thought it was very good and gave a lot of information to take back.”
Carlton Hendricks


“Well organized.”
Richard DeLaRosa, Forest Consulting, LLC


“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


“Very informative.”
M. Wayne Martinez, Pueblo de San Ildefonso


“I really enjoyed the conference. Everyone was all very knowledgeable.”
Michael Cox, Teda, Inc.


Julie Parcero, Soboha Band of Luiseno Indian


“Good information resource.”
Juanita Lombardi, RSBIHSI


“Good speakers, good information.”
Wendi Correa, Tule River Tribe


“It was good.”
Eric LaChappo, LaPosta Band


“Pretty good conference. Would like to see how tribes get started.”
Wally Davigna, Tonto Apache Tribe

Look at what people said about the Inaugural Marijuana Symposium:

“Very informative! Gave me a lot to think about when making a decision regarding new and changing laws.” — Lisa Contreras, Vice-Chairwoman, Inaja-Cosmit Tribe

“Exciting, informative, and ahead of the curve!” — Mary Banfield, Economic Development/Planner Representative, Narragansett Indian Tribe

“Very good and very informative.” — Elaine Jeff, Tribal Council Delegate, Santa Rosa Rancheria

“I found it very interesting and informative.” – Ron Rosier, Development Council, Gila River Indian Company

“Well-organized and informative.”—Nathan Stout, Tribal Administrator, La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians

“Lots of information, great speakers, educational, and kept you thinking.”—Catalina R. Chaim, Councilwoman, Pechanga

“Great form and informative.”—Lita Nalton, Council Person, Pit River Tribe

“Very informative.”—Uyen Le, Department Attorney General, Viejas Band of Kumeyeaay Indians

“Well-organized.”—Walter A. Marting, Chief Financial Officer, Sierra Wellness

“Good conference and excellent speakers.”—Delmar Stevens, Council Member, Yerington Paiute Tribe

“Speakers were great. It was a good symposium.”—Wally Davis Jr., Vice Chairman, Tonto Apache Tribe of Arizona

“Very good.”—Honorable Benjamin Zvenia, Tribal Court Judge/Lawyer, Multiple Tribal Courts

“Informative and enthusiastic speakers.”—Kevin Davidson, Planning Director, Hualapai Tribe

“Very good, comprehensive presentations.”—Mike Gates,Emergency Manager, Seneca Nation


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