It’s expected to draw people from all different backgrounds, including those who own dispensaries, to those just thinking about setting up shop.
Organizers said it’s a chance for people to learn more about the industry, and network with people who have experience working with medical marijuana.
“We have experienced lawyers, professionals, people who work in this industry in other states to provide the best information to people as they move forward in this industry,” said Anthony Johnson, Oregon Cannabis Industry Association director.
Tickets for the conference are still available. They cost $350 for a two day pass and $200 for a one day pass.