For #12DaysOfGratitude, we will spotlight what we are grateful for — our OU Alumni! Read about one of our esteemed alumni each day. We are grateful for yOU!
As you plan this year’s Thanksgiving meal, consider sharing some canna-friendly dishes with the adults at your table, courtesy of Aunt Sandy. “Aunt Sandy” Moriarty is the world’s first published author and teacher of cannabis cooking, and a long-time friend and faculty of Oaksterdam University. Sandy has taught cooking classes at OU dating back to our founding, including a Dizzy Bird Cooking Class each holiday season.
What is a “panic chop”? In the world of cannabis cultivation, the panic chop occurs when growers harvest their crop hastily, earlier than expected, and with the potential loss of profit. Growers panic chop to save their plants from a potentially worse outcome caused by pests, pathogens, weather events, or other factors. During a recent Oaksterdam University Plant Talk on Clubhouse, OU Executive Director Dale Sky Jones asked participants what had caused them to panic chop. Find out what they said in our latest blog.
Know a Budtender who goes over and above to educate and advocate for patients, consumers, and the community? Nominate them for the Oaksterdam Budtender Award through G4 Live. Click here, find “Your Choice” awards and scroll down to “Community Advocacy Award Sponsored by Oaksterdam”!
Back by popular demand, Oaksterdam and Arcview Group will partner to present “Raising Funds for Cannabis Businesses” in January. Sign up early for this live classroom experience and get $100 off!
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