Cannabis Hour

Alternate Thursdays, 9:00am to 10:00am
  • Hosted by Jenn Procacci

All things Cannabis are discussed, including the changing legal landscape, regulation, farming issues, dispensaries, and more. Host Jenn Procacci and regular guests help listeners understand the place of Cannabis historically, where it is today, and where it is headed.

Is it possible to buy insurance for your cannabis business? On the KZYX Cannabis Hour on 30 November 2017, host Jane Futcher explored that question and many others with independent insurance agent Maureen Mulheren of Ukiah.

THE CANNABIS HOUR, NOV. 2, 9 a.m., KZYX - Track and Trace, with Carmel Angelo, CEO, Mendocino County 

Track and trace is the cannabis tracking system Mendocino County's licensed cannabis cultivators must use to follow their cannabis crop from seedling to distribution. Mendocino County Chief Executive Carmel Angelo and a representative from SIPCA, the program the county has adopted, will join host Jane Futcher on The Cannabis Hour, explaining how the system works and why it is different from the track and trace system the State of California has adopted.

You're under arrest! Those are words no one EVER wants to hear. Who's getting busted by the Sheriff and who's not under the county's new medical cannabis cultivation ordinance?

How do you talk about cannabis with your children? Does "Just Say No" work? What are the best and most recent studies on the impacts of long-term teen cannabis use on the brain? Are kids in the Emerald Triangle more at risk for drug dependence or addiction than children elsewhere in California?

Thursday Jan Futcher spoke with Chantal Simonpietri about Water Rights and commercial Cannabis production. She gives great information on how to get compliant with state water regulations and discusses possible future changes in water regulations. 

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Thursday on The Cannabis Hour

Feb 8, 2017

Confused, curious, intrigued by the medical cannabis cultivation and business regulations soon to be passed by the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors? Thursday at 9 a.m. on the Cannabis Hour, Board of Supervisors