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2nd Annual Tribal Green Symposium 

February 19 & 20, 2019

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Native Network Consulting is an Indian owned, Woman owned company, with over 30 years experience working in Indian Country.  Our 2nd Annual Symposium is bringing the best of the industries to you!  We want to help Tribes learn all they can about cannabis and hemp as they navigate their way into this exciting business sector.  Please join us at this ONE of a kind event, as we learn, network and strengthen the position Tribes have moving forward in green industries.

Hemp and Cannabis industries are opening up Nationally, Globally and across Tribal Nations.

Our Agenda explores what is taking place in Indian Country and what the future looks like for economic development.

We are Filling up!!  Register Soon!

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Cost:    $375 Until 2/18

On Site Registration:  $425

Location:  Las Vegas Paiute  Golf Resort

Who Should Attend:   Tribal Leaders, Tribal Members, Economic Development Board Members, Tribal Attorneys, Tribal Administrators, Farming and Land Directors

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Hotel Information

group rate Extended through 2/9

7300 Aliante Parkway | North Las Vegas, NV 89084  Phone: (702) 692-7383

Group Rates ( USE CODE: CIGRN19) start at $86.00 per night / Includes Taxes and Parking

Hotel is located 15 minutes from the Conference Location.

Symposium Agenda

Includes:

  • Day 1 Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Day 2 Meals:  Breakfast and Lunch 
  • Evening Reception on Day 2

Day 1:   

Registration, Breakfast and Networking

Topics -

Las Vegas Paiute: Building a Business in Recreational Market

Industry Snapshot, HEMP: It's important history and future!  ** Featured Speaker: Joy Beckerman, HempAce International

The Green Industry in Indian Country: Think outside the crop!

Dinner with Featured Presenters

 

Day 2:    

Breakfast, Networking

Topics -

Cannabis Advancing Life Sciences

Cultivation: Understanding both Agriculture and Science

Processing, Product Development and Retail

Moving Research Forward

Farm Bill 2018:  What it Means for Tribal Lands

Food Sovereignty

Building Sustainable Communities with Hemp and Cannabis

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