Membership Meeting Moved to Oregon Hemp Convention, Doug Fine & Joy Beckerman-Maher to Speak

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Oregon Hemp Convention

Our regular monthly membership meeting is this Saturday at High Noon.  We’re excited to be holding our meeting at the Portland Expo Center at 2060 N Marine Drive as part of the Oregon Hemp Convention.  We will have some great speakers on the topic of industrial hemp and some updates on the latest bills at the legislature and our efforts regarding them, plus our usual free raffle prize drawings.

UPDATE:  Our industrial hemp speakers for the meeting will be Doug Fine, New York Times-bestselling author of “Too High to Fail” and “Hemp Bound”, and Joy Beckerman-Maher, President of Hemp Ace International LLC and expert in Hempcrete

Most of all, we have our new t-shirts, stickers, and membership cards for you!  The t-shirts are tagless Hanes 100% cotton*, come in black, green, white, or blue, and sizes Men’s S to XXXL and Women’s S - L.


* Yes, we know… cottton at a hemp convention?  Where’s our hemp t-shirts?  We will have some soon.  But hemp t-shirts are expensive (since it is prohibited) and it will take us some time to build up to affording them.


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Russ Belville

Executive Director: Russ Belville has been active in Oregon marijuana reform since 2005, when he was elected second-in-command of the state affiliate, Oregon NORML. After four years with Oregon NORML, Russ was hired by National NORML in 2009, working as Outreach Coordinator and hosting the NORML Daily Audio Stash podcast until 2012. Since then, Russ launched the 420RADIO marijuana legalization network and is the host of The Russ Belville Show, a live daily marijuana news talk radio program. Russ is also a prolific writer, with over 300 articles posted online and in print in HIGH TIMES, Huffington Post, Alternet, The Weed Blog, Marijuana Politics, and more.

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