After decades of prohibition and a War on Drugs, Humboldt finally placed the proverbial welcome mat at our beloved Redwood Curtain inviting any visitors 21+ to enjoy legal canna-tourism. Today, visitors across all demographics and backgrounds are demonstrating interest in Humboldt’s budding canna-tourism industry, be they canna-curious, avid consumers, or invested entrepreneurs in canna-business.
Category: Collective Marketing
On Tuesday, February 9, the Board of Supervisors heard a report from the County Economic Development Department, followed by a presentation from the Humboldt County Visitors Bureau (HCVB), on their plan to market Humboldt County’s tourism resources for the next three years.
This grant will provide resources to answer long standing questions, will help establish a baseline by which to measure the economic health of the cannabis industry, and by which public policies can be evaluated for efficacy for years to come.
A New State Law Could Allow Small-Scale Outdoor Cannabis Farmers to Adopt the French Wine Concept of
The analogy gets used so often it’s practically a cliché: Humboldt County is (or perhaps still aspires to be) to cannabis what Napa Valley is
For October 21, 2020 episode, Chuck Rogers and Larry Trask of The Lounge 94.1 radio station spoke with Ross Gordon of the Humboldt County Growers
Last week the Humboldt County Dept. of Economic Development hosted two Town Halls for the Humboldt County Cannabis Marketing Assessment.
Submit comments to the Humboldt County Dept of Econonmic Development on the Cannabis Marketing Assessment.
HCGA supported and helped drive this bill to reserve appellations of origin specifically for cannabis plants grown in the ground, under full sun, without the