The Australian Medicinal Cannabis Association’s new sub-association for cultivators will hold its first meeting next Wednesday (January 24) at 12pm.
Australian Cannabis Cultivators (ACC) launched in November with a mission to support local growers through collaboration, education and advocacy and to improve product quality and cultivation production efficiencies while building a strong brand for locally grown cannabis.
AMCA interim chair Emily Rigby will chair the ACC steering committee and will be joined by leading cannabis growers including Andrew Olley (Medicinal Harvest), Angus Murray (Cann Group) and Max Edgley (Tasmanian Botanics).
ACC also offers education through webinars, guest speakers, and peer-to-peer learning and provides free-of-charge access to UIC 2023 recordings through AMCA’s education platform, Teach-Hub.
Open to Australian (and New Zealand) cannabis growers and researchers, ACC membership is free for AMCA members.
ACC joins AMCA’s three other sub-associations targeted at healthcare professionals – Cannabis Clinicians Australia (formerly the Society of Cannabis Clinicians Australian Chapter), the Australian Cannabis Nurses Association, and the Australian Cannabis Pharmacists Association.
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