Jim Belushi announced as Keynote Speaker for Victoria show.

Jim Belushi announced as Keynote Speaker for Victoria show.

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Grow Up Conference and Expo Arrives in Victoria, B.C. this Summer

Presented by ND Supplies, the largest cannabis conference for growers will be hosted on the West Coast for the first time

April 14, 2022, Victoria (British Columbia): The highly anticipated Grow Up Conference and Expo is arriving on the West Coast, with its inaugural B.C. conference held in Victoria from June 20-22, 2022, at the Victoria Conference Centre.

Named the best cannabis conference of 2021 by High! Canada magazine, Grow Up is expected to attract more than 3,000 industry experts, businesses, and professionals to Victoria, Canada’s hub of cannabis culture. For the first time, attendees will network with and learn from leaders in both cannabis and psychedelics amid the coastal city’s thriving cannabis and psychedelics community.

The conference will be headlined by keynote speaker Jim Belushi, performer, farmer and star of Discovery Channel’s Growing Belushi. In addition to sharing his journey creating Belushi’s Farms, the cannabis connoisseur will discuss the passions that spurred his entry into cannabis and the challenges he’s faced in growing and remaining nimble in an ever-changing industry.

Photo credit: Tyler Maddox

“We are incredibly excited to bring the Grow Up Conference and Expo to Victoria for the first time this summer. With a rich cannabis history and culture in the west, it is a natural hub to host top experts to gather, learn, network and discuss how the industry moves forward,” says Randy Rowe, President, Grow Up Cannabis Conference & Expo. “With internationally renowned speakers, innovative workshops, expert panels, interactive demonstrations, and valuable networking opportunities, it will be a jam-packed three days of valuable programming for those in the cannabis and psychedelics space.”

Highlights of the Grow Up Conference and Expo include:

Grow at Home: Hands-on Workshop
Hosting some of the most interactive cannabis workshops in the industry, Grow Up in Victoria will feature the first Grow at Home hands-on workshop, led by expert cultivators such as Ed Rosenthal and Remo Colasanti. During the one-day event, new and seasoned growers will learn all there is to know about the magic of growing safely, legally, and deliciously.

The Extraction Zone
THC and CBD extracts are rapidly influencing both the medicinal and recreational markets as consumers search for healthier, more convenient ways to use cannabis. Grow Up’s Extraction Zone showcases a new world of opportunities as experts delve into the science, equipment, methods, and services driving cannabis extraction’s evolution.

The Psychedelic Summit
The world is quickly moving forward with psychedelics, and some jurisdictions are pushing towards legalization for its medical use. Canada has opened the door to access it for end-of-life care, and therapists are seeking to expand the use within their practice.

During the stand-alone event, experts in psychedelics will cover intellectual property, inspection, quality control and distribution, with the panel looking ahead to a legal, regulated future for psychedelics.

Grow Up Master Class Technical Sessions
Diving deep into the roots of cultivation practices, the masterclass technical workshop is a two-day intensive course that goes in-depth on everything cultivation. To continue knowledge sharing and driving cannabis cultivation forward with innovation, this session is an opportunity for growers to generate and exchange ideas, tips and insights. The session is a must-attend for enthusiast and veteran growers who want to take their cannabis to a higher level.

Retail and Budtender Day
Grow Up, in partnership with the Budtender’s Association, ACCRES and UFCW 151, will host a Retail and Budtender Day, featuring a lunch, networking with the master growers and informative sessions to further their careers. Members of these associations will be able to attend free of charge.

Presented by ND Supplies – a specialized cannabis packaging and manufacturing supplier –Grow Up in Victoria is anchored by an impressive roster of world-renowned speakers, with the full line-up available here.

Exhibition booths, ticketing and registration for Grow Up Conference and Expo is now open. For further information email sales@growupconference.com

Media accreditation:
To request media VIP passes and further information about attending the expo, please visit: growupconference.com/info/media-accreditation.

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About Grow Up Cannabis Conference and Expo:
Grow Up Conference and Expo has been hailed a top cannabis industry event in Canada, hosting events in Niagara Falls, ON, and Victoria, BC. With decades of experience creating nationally renowned high-profile events, trade summits and shows around the world, Grow Up is committed to bringing forward-thinkers, trailblazers and experts together. For more information, visit growupconference.com/victoria.

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Announcing Victoria’s Advisory Board

Announcing Victoria’s Advisory Board

Grow Up Advisory Team (Victoria, BC)

Grow Up is privileged to have the support, expertise and knowledge of our advisory team. Our team is made up of individuals representing all different facets of cannabis and psychedelics in North America. This diverse group of industry professionals help maintain Grow Up’s leadership in the cannabis cultivation and psychedelic event space.

Please take a minnute to get to know our insipring group by clicking on their photo. If you are interested in exporing a advisory role, please contact Randy Rowe at rrowe@growupconference.com.

 

The Wait is Over, Grow Up Conference and Expo Finally Returns to Niagara

The Wait is Over, Grow Up Conference and Expo Finally Returns to Niagara

Niagara, Ontario, Nov. 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Grow Up Conference, Expo and Awards presented by ND Supplies Packaging Solutions is making its return to Niagara Falls from November 30 to December 2 at the Scotiabank Convention Centre. 

The Grow Up Conference provides the best opportunities for cannabis growers, licensed producers, extractors and more to connect with one another from all around the world. The 19+ and older show is a fantastic spot for novices or experts to interact with the largest group of growers all in one place. 

“We are excited to be able to reconnect face-to-face once again in world famous Niagara Falls.” says Randy Rowe, president of Grow Up Conference. “It makes it easier to do business and find new ventures when you have this many growers and industry professionals under one roof.”

With over 150 speakers and thought leaders, this is one of the largest cannabis conferences this year. Hot topics to expect include: Hop Latent Virod, What It Takes To Go Micro, What It Will Take To Succeed In Canadian Cannabis As We Emerge From COVID-19, The Economics Of Cannabis Extraction and Growing Cannabis Brands For Celebrities.

The can’t miss Psychedelic summit will examine the cultural roots of the modern medical psychedelic renaissance, as well as cover a ‘psychedelic therapy 101’ for the newcomers. This full-day summit will cover medicinal psychedelics, cultivation, policies, business insights and the latest innovations in the world of psychedelics. 

The two-day Extraction Zone allows attendees to dig deep and explore the science, methods, equipment and services behind the modern, sustainable process of cannabis extraction. This interactive experience allows guests to learn from and meet with several extraction companies, service providers, suppliers and manufacturers, opening doors for new information and relationships.  

The Grow Up Conference will be holding their 2nd annual award gala hosted by Ben Miner from SiriusXm Joint Venture. Happening the evening of November 30th, guests will celebrate awards like Craft Grower of the year and Master Grower of the year. They have also introduced a celebrity category with nominees such as Seth Rogen, Tommy Chong, Jim Belushi and Snoop Dogg to name a few. 

Want to join in on all the fun? Register to attend the Grow Up Conference, Expo & Award here: https://growupconference.com/niagara-falls/register/

Grow Up Conference, Expo and Awards will be following all rules and regulations from Ontario’s Vaccine Passport policies.

GROW UP CONFERENCE, EXPO AND AWARD: Established in 2017, Grow Up is Canada’s largest cannabis growers conference. We are focused on the education, collaboration and growth of the cannabis growing industry. Meet licensed producers, cultivators, suppliers, equipment manufacturers, investors, lawyers, government officials and growing enthusiasts – all in one magnificent location.

With hundreds of world-class speakers, our informative panels will bring you up-to-speed with what is happening in the cannabis cultivation industry, nationally and abroad. Our sessions are dedicated to the hottest topics, latest trends and the future of cannabis.

Vol. 10: Choosing the Right Disinfectant

Vol. 10: Choosing the Right Disinfectant

Grow Up LIVE (Vol.10):

Choosing the Right Disinfectant to Protect Your People, Plants and Reputation

Aired Thursday, September 30th 2021 @ 2pm EST

Picking the right disinfectant product for your operations can be a challenge. Troy explains the science behind the products and the language on the labels to help you make a more informed decision.

Troy Henderson

Account Executive, Virox Technologies Inc.

Troy Henderson is a cannabis industry consultant with more than 5 years of experience in infection prevention and control. He specializes in streamlining and designing biosecurity programs for cannabis producers, and has worked with over 150 LPs across Canada implementing and training employees on best-in-class protocols and products.

Av Singh, PhD, PAg

Agronomist, Gaia Green Organics

Av Singh is one of the leading proponents of regenerative organic cannabis production being engaged in cannabis projects across six continents. Dr. Singh has authored over 200 peer-reviewed papers, chapters, and extension articles and has been an invited speaker to over 600 workshops, conferences, symposia as well as guest-lecturing at over 30 universities in Canada, the US, the UK, and India. Av has had the privilege of visiting over 2000 farms across five continents which has shaped his extension of holistic, system-based design solutions. Emphasizing a union of traditional knowledge with science, Av works with growers to cultivate an appreciation of plant:soil interrelationships.

Vol. 9: Canada’s Cannabis Quality Crisis

Vol. 9: Canada’s Cannabis Quality Crisis

Grow Up LIVE (Vol.9):

Canada’s Cannabis Quality Crisis

Aired Thursday, August 19th 2021 @ 2pm EST

80% of Canadian cannabis is too dry. https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/cannabis-customers-have-been-complaining-ontario-s-pot-is-too-dry-1.5220170.  At least that’s what a consumer survey stated for Ontario. We can easily extend the conclusion to include the majority of flower production from coast to coast.

From the time cannabis is cured through packaging, distribution to retail and consumption-a significant amount of precious terpenes evaporate with the water that’s coming out of the trichomes. We’re talking 40-60% of available terpenes lost!

It’s a Cannabis Quality Crisis plaguing the regulated market. And this crisis is largely avoidable if producers protect their stored and packaged flower with precise 2-way humidity control.

Myths abound in the industry about the effectiveness of various humidity control packs in solving this massive problem.

We’ll discuss the science behind Boveda’s unique position in the industry as the original Terpene shield. And we’ll welcome all perspectives in solving the crisis together for the good of the cannabis community worldwide.

Drew Emmer

Strategic Relationships, Boveda Inc.

Drew Emmer’s career has included a variety of sales and business development roles in technology, publishing, music, government and regulatory consulting. Drew joined Boveda in 2015 in the business development role titled Strategic Relationships.  He supports the Sales and Marketing teams anchoring many of Boveda’s trade show appearances worldwide.  Co-host of Boveda’s Cultivate Podcast Drew joins Scott Swail in delivering interviews about the people and technology that are blazing a trail in the cannabis industry.

Born in Minnesota Drew is enthusiastic about all things outdoors.

Scott Swail

Sales Executive, Boveda Inc.

Scott Swail, Sales Executive, is responsible for helping Canadian cannabis companies grow their
business and maintain their flower quality from cure to consumption. Scott has worked in the
Canadian cannabis market for over 5 years, providing the terpene shield to B2B customers ranging
from local retail stores and craft growers to the largest LPs. Scott has vast knowledge of water
activity and the role it plays in proper cannabis storage and also co-hosts the Cultivate Live podcast
every week.

Av Singh, PhD, PAg

Agronomist, Gaia Green Organics

Av Singh is one of the leading proponents of regenerative organic cannabis production being engaged in cannabis projects across six continents. Dr. Singh has authored over 200 peer-reviewed papers, chapters, and extension articles and has been an invited speaker to over 600 workshops, conferences, symposia as well as guest-lecturing at over 30 universities in Canada, the US, the UK, and India. Av has had the privilege of visiting over 2000 farms across five continents which has shaped his extension of holistic, system-based design solutions. Emphasizing a union of traditional knowledge with science, Av works with growers to cultivate an appreciation of plant:soil interrelationships.

Vol. 8: Psychedelic Therapy

Vol. 8: Psychedelic Therapy

Grow Up LIVE (Vol.8):

Psychedelic Therapy

Past, Present and Future

 

Aired Thursday, July 8th 2021 @ 2pm EST

Join us for a high-level overview of the modern history of psychedelic therapy in Canada and beyond. Examining the cultural roots of the modern medical psychedelic renaissance along with a ‘psychedelic therapy 101’ for the neophyte.

Trevor Millar

Owner Liberty Root Therapy Ltd.

Trevor Millar is a social-entrepreneur who has played a role in advancing the psychedelic movement for nearly a decade. He has the unique perspective of having operated a business where he legally administered psychedelics to over 200 people within Canada, mostly for substance use disorder. He is a board member and co-founder of the Canadian Psychedelic Association and from 2018 to 2021 was on the board of directors for the Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) Canada, where he acted as Chair of the Board for over two years. From 2012 to 2017, Trevor was active as the founder and President of Liberty Root Therapy Inc., a business dedicated to healing and transformation by legally providing the plant medicine ibogaine to people mostly with opiate use disorder. Trevor was featured in the award-winning documentary about using magic mushrooms and Iboga to treat addiction, anxiety and depression called DOSED, which was released in 2019. He also serves as Chief Psychede

Av Singh, PhD, PAg

Agronomist, Gaia Green Organics

Av Singh is one of the leading proponents of regenerative organic cannabis production being engaged in cannabis projects across six continents. Dr. Singh has authored over 200 peer-reviewed papers, chapters, and extension articles and has been an invited speaker to over 600 workshops, conferences, symposia as well as guest-lecturing at over 30 universities in Canada, the US, the UK, and India. Av has had the privilege of visiting over 2000 farms across five continents which has shaped his extension of holistic, system-based design solutions. Emphasizing a union of traditional knowledge with science, Av works with growers to cultivate an appreciation of plant:soil interrelationships.

Vol. 7: What it takes to go Micro

Vol. 7: What it takes to go Micro

Grow Up LIVE (Vol.7):

What it takes to go Micro

A discussion with four micro licence holders in Canada

 

Aired Thursday, June 3, 2021 @ 2pm EST

Kieley Beaudry

Co-founder of Parkland Flower Inc.

Mother, caregiver, relationship builder, entrepreneur and self-described “serial student”, Kieley Beaudry is the co-founder of Parkland Flower Inc. and the Founder and President of the Alberta Cannabis Micro License Association.

A cannabis user for 25 years, her personal journey as a caregiver using cannabis therapies started in 2013 when her father-in-law was diagnosed with Glioblastoma, a series of brain tumours. To help him sustain quality of life, Kieley and her husband researched and made cannabis oil when they found his options for cannabinoid therapies were limited during end-of-life care.

As a mother to an 8-year-old daughter who lives with Cystic Fibrosis, Kieley’s research extended further into her family life as she began treating her daughter’s symptoms with cannabis. These experiences led to Kieley devoting her time to other families, helping them navigate treating their children who live with chronic disease or illness holistically with cannabis. She encourages parents to be responsible for their cannabis consumption while advocating for the normalization of cannabis as part of a healthy family dynamic.

Kieley has applied her years of intense research of cannabis into developing different oils, topicals, tinctures, lotions and suppositories from legal cannabis products while helping people navigate Canada’s medical cannabis program. Kieley also has developed an interest in the connection between cannabis and sexual health, taking the taboo out of both topics by talking about each openly and honestly through her platforms.

As a self-named “serial student”, Kieley has enjoyed education at Western University, Fanshawe College, and received an Occupational Health and Safety Diploma, with distinction, in 2009 from the University of Alberta, after receiving her Workforce Trainer Certification from Keyano College. She is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Safety and Health at Columbia Southern University and her Diploma of Organic Skincare Formulation from Formula Botanica. Kieley continues to passionately educate herself about cannabis by attending and speaking at various events, conferences and research symposiums.

Prior to cannabis, Kieley enjoyed a fast-moving career in Health and Safety where she oversaw the safety of hundreds of workers across numerous oil and gas sites. While raising her children, she reached Top 4 in all of Canada for Direct Sales with Mary Kay, birthing her interest in skincare and topicals.

With her personal experiences with cannabis fueling her passion, she successfully lobbied her own municipal government to allow for cannabis production in Parkland County. She opened Parkland Flower Inc. with two other co-founders, where they are applying for their micro-license and are in the early stages of building their business.

With a desire to bring cannabis micro-license applicants together, Kieley formed the Alberta Cannabis Micro License Association in June 2019, to help support and protect smaller cannabis operations in Alberta by providing innovation, collaboration and education within all levels of government in Alberta.

When she’s not learning about cannabis and passing on the knowledge, Kieley devotes all her time to her family, who together are tackling first-time dog ownership in the form of Tundra, a 90lbs (and still growing) Great Pyrenees. In her spare time, she is an avid snowboarder, has been known to carry a mean karaoke tune. Kieley can be found on Instagram and Twitter at @kieleybeaudry

Albert Eppinga

Owner, BC Cannabis Inc
Albert Eppinga is the owner of BC Cannabis Inc in Sooke BC. He is from the community of Haida Gwaii and BC Cannabis is Indigenous-owned. His Haida name is White Eagle from the Eagle Clan. His Sooke location currently has one licensed cannabis cultivation facility and has applications submitted for two more in the same building. He also has plans for a cannabis nursery and processing facility in Chilliwack, BC. 

Ron Gauthier

CEO, UpRyze Cannabis

Ron Gauthier is the CEO of UpRyze Cannabis, a micro cultivator and processor in Acheson, Alberta. UpRyze Cannabis is truly craft – small batch grown, hang dried, hand trimmed and expertly cured. UpRyze produces exceptional, high quality cannabis, to bring a unique experience highly valued by consumers.

Logan Dunn

Owner, Dunn Cannabis

Logan Dunn is the owner of Dunn Cannabis in Abbotsford, British Columbia, run by a legacy production team of 3 with over 42 years of cannabis experience. Dunn Cannabis has found early success in the market by building a network of partners and a good reputation among consumers.

David Brown

Advisor, StratCann Services Inc.

David Brown is the founder of StratCann, a cannabis industry publication with a special focus on micros and nurseries. Prior to founding StratCann, David was a Senior Policy Advisor to Health Canada’s cannabis branch from 2018-2020, working—among other things—with the regulation team on the crafting of new licence categories like micros and nurseries. Prior to his time with Health Canada, David was a co-founder of and Communications Director for Lift Cannabis and Editor in Chief of Lift News.

Vol. 6: Growing Cannabis in the Great Outdoors

Vol. 6: Growing Cannabis in the Great Outdoors

Grow Up LIVE (Vol.6):

Growing Cannabis in the Great Outdoors

Aired Thursday, April 15, 2021 @ 2pm EST

Growing great quality cannabis in the outdoors using the principles of regenerative agriculture are increasingly becoming the norm in Canada. From seed or transplant, it all starts with soil health and balanced plant nutrition, but as cannabis and hemp become common the cannabis plant will face increased pressure from emerging pests and pathogens. Join our panel of experts as they share some crop-saving tips on how to grow a healthy cannabis crop this season.

This session will cover:

  • How cover crops can help reduce disease
  • Role of microbes in reducing “transplant” shock
  • What are the new pests and diseases and what to look for
  • Tips on how to scout large scale cannabis gardens
  • What are the best tools for your IPM toolbox

Rico Thorsen

Certified Arborist

Rico Thorsen is an ISA Certified Arborist with a European Horticulture Degree from his home country of Denmark. With 30 years of experience in both Europe and North America, Rico now operates a Horticultural Consultation business based in the Okanagan. As the pioneer of RT Horticulture Ltd., Rico has been determined to support growers across North America in converting to regenerative practices.

Rico is renowned for his creative problem-solving capacity, leading to the development of the first successfully converted BC-based Regenerative Tree Nursery. With a strong connection to some of the Industry’s leading experts and researchers, Rico has been granted $500 000 worth of Government Research awards in the past 6 years.

Rico’s innovation and cutting-edge holistic growing methods have also recently landed him a project in Ethiopia through Global Affairs Canada.

Anoo Solomon

Owner, CannaProtect IPM Solutions Integrated Pest Management, Scientist and Educator in the Canadian Cannabis Industry
 

Anoo Solomon is the owner of CannaProtect IPM Solutions which offers consulting services across North America for cannabis companies.

She works with design and construction teams at the drafting phase of new and existing facilities to ensure all contamination risk factors and deficiencies are addressed to minimize crop loss. Anoo is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for Cannabis. Dedicated Scientist and Educator providing full spectrum application and consulting to ensure the healthiest and cleanest crops. She educates staff on the fundamentals of pathology and entomology to create universal awareness while working with the plants. Anoo is well-versed in plant propagation, grafting, soil health and nutrition, plant production under field, greenhouse, garden and container conditions, food and agriculture legislation and regulations, Quality Assurance and Compliance, GMP, GPP and proper sanitation practices to mitigate contamination and HACCP planning.

She has extensive experience within the Canadian Cannabis Industry and comprehension of the Canadian Cannabis Act (formerly ACMPR)/Cannabis Regulations. She has worked for one of the largest global cannabis Licensed Producers on a multi-site scale as well as multiple start up facilities.  

In a laboratory setting, Anoo has implemented microbial testing for pathogens within the plant genetics. She has performed trials on use of approved chemicals and their effects on cannabis under various environmental conditions.

Anoo has taught IPM, Plant Pathology and Entomology for the Commercial Cannabis Production Program at Niagara College in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada.

Claude Robert

Sales Representative & Cannabis IPM Specialist, Anatis Bioprotection

Cannabis enthusiast since 1987. Collecting genetics and knowledge since the beginning of this passion. Working in greenhouse research since 2004. Teacher and speaker for small fruit production in Quebec. Worked many years on the pest and pathogens alert team ( RAP ) for the minister of agriculture of Quebec ( MAPAQ ) Now taking care of the cannabis sector at Anatis Bioprotection. Protecting crops for ACMPR growers, home growers , micro-producers and licensed producers across Canada. Doing a lot of research and development and helping growers with their Integrated Pest Management IPM programs.

Zamir K. Punja

Department of Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University

Zamir completed MSc and PhD degrees in plant pathology from the University of California, Davis. He joined Campbell Soup Company and was Manager of plant biotechnology until 1989, when he left to join Simon Fraser University. Zamir’s research investigates the causes and management of plant diseases on vegetable and horticultural crops, and include the applications of plant biotechnology for disease management. His group is currently developing methods for identifying and managing new and emerging diseases of cannabis.

Av Singh, PhD, PAg

Agronomist, Greenstar

Av Singh is one of the leading authorities on regenerative organic cannabis production. Dr. Singh has authored over 200 peer-reviewed papers, chapters, and extension articles and has been an invited speaker to over 500 workshops, conferences, symposia as well as guest-lecturing at over 30 universities in Canada, the US, the UK, and India. Av has had the privilege of visiting over 2000 farms across five continents which has shaped his extension of holistic, system-based design solutions. Emphasizing a union of traditional knowledge with science, Av works with growers to cultivate an appreciation of plant:soil interrelationships.

Av has recently been appointed to the Cannabis Quality Assurance (CQA) Standards Committee and is a member of the International Cannabinoid Research Society, and was identified as one of the Top 50 Heroes shaping the Canadian Cannabis sector by High! Canada Magazine and a Cannabis Hero by Cannabis Amnesty.  Av is a frequent speaker and advisory board member at  O’Cannabiz and the Grow Up Conferences.

Virtual Grower Day

Virtual Grower Day

Grower Day

April 14, 2021 – June 22, 2021

Virtual Grower Day comes to a new interactive platform!

Meet with experts and growers from across the country, and discuss the latest in research, technology and production practices during this two-day virtual event, hosted by Greenhouse Canada and Grow Opportunity.  

Day 1 (April 14) spotlights all things cannabis cultivation, including trends and issues that impact Canada’s licensed cannabis producers.

Day 2 (June 22) highlights new trends, tackles issues from a local perspective and promotes discussion among flower and vegetable growers to advance the industry. 

Grow Opportunity is a multimedia platform delivering relevant content to the Canadian cannabis industry. The premier resource for the cannabis enterprise, Grow Opportunity is available online and on print, delivered to industry investors, C-level executives, managers and staff at licensed producers across Canada, as well as decision-makers involved in all aspects of cannabis production: cultivation, harvesting, curing, extraction, packaging and marketing.

Published six times a year, each print issue of Grow Opportunity covers news, products, trends and issues that impact cannabis producers, and their partners.

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