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Cannabis Sustainability

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The Cannabis Sustainability Work Group was formed in 2016 with a mission to promote sustainability in the cannabis industry through education, the development and dissemination of best practices, and the facilitation of dialogue between the cannabis industry, the community, and technical experts. Members of the workgroup represent a variety of stakeholders, including cannabis business owners, consultants and contractors, government, and sustainability and policy experts. Each member of the Work Group participates in one of four committees: Events & Outrech, Best Management Practices & Data, Policy, or Symposium. Ten new members are joining Denver’s Cannabis Sustainability Work Group in 2019.

The 2019 Work Group Members are:

Andrew  Alfred, LivWell Enlightened Health
Tyler Ammerman, Gannett Fleming Project Development Corp.
Amy Andrle, L'Eagle
Emily Backus, DDPHE
Andrew Bennett, Energy Outreach Colorado
Bia Campbell, Denver Office of Marijuana Policy
Karuna Chourey, Growcentia
Meg Collins, Good Chemistry
Anne Marie Doyle, Nuvolution
Sandra Elkind, STO Respoinsible
Matt Gacioch, Stok
Ben Gelt, Cannabis Certification Council
Matt Gettleman, Waste Farmers
Nick Hice, Denver Relief Consulting
Josh Holleb, Ceres Greenhouses
Neil Kolwey, SWEEP
Jeremy Lauffenburger, DDPHE
Andrew Livingston, Vicente Sederberg, LLC
Josh Malman, The Clinic
Jared Marchand, REG
Becky Migas, B Green Events
Jake Mitchell, Sustainabis
Jacob Policzer, The Cannabis Conservancy
Samantha Reifer, Scale Microgrid Solutions
Brandon Rhea, Native Roots
Marc Ross, Needle Consulting
Kim Stuck, Allay Consulting
Wesley Thomason, Native Roots
Kaitlin Urso, CDPHE

Resources

The Cannabis Sustainability Work Group released the Cannabis Environmental Best Management Practices Guide to provide cannabis cultivation businesses with a snapshot of relevant sustainable practices and a starting point for process optimization techniques that facilitate continual improvement. The Guide was written with input from sustainability experts and numerous stakeholders in the cannabis industry. If you have questions, or would like to contribute to future updates to the Guide, please email cannabissustainability@denvergov.org.

Cannabis Environmental Best Management Practices Guide - Updated October 2018

Certifiably Green Denver provides free, confidential, non-regulatory environmental assistance to Denver’s business community. Staff are dedicated to providing tailored advising to all types of businesses, including marijuana.

The Cannabis Sustainability Work Group holds public meetings bi-monthly on the fourth Thursday of the month. The next meeting will be held on February 28, 2019 at 1:30 PM in the Wellington Webb Building, 201 W. Colfax Ave., Conference Room 4.H.2.
 

2019 Meeting Minutes

January Meeting Minutes

 

2018 Meeting Minutes

January Meeting Minutes

February Meeting Minutes

March Meeting Minutes

May Meeting Minutes

June Meeting Minutes

July Meeting Minutes

August Meeting Minutes

September Meeting Minutes

December Meeting Minutes


For copies of minutes from meetings prior to 2018, please email cannabissustainability@denvergov.org


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