Medical Marijuana Inc (PINKSHEETS/exchange>: MJNA) completed its initial two day weekend Educational Seminar held Saturday and Sunday November 7 and 8 in Ukiah, CA.
Attendees arrived from Oregon, Arizona, and California, including San Francisco and Mendocino County, which is ground zero in the Medical Marijuana debate.
Noted speakers included attorney and hemp expert Don Wirtshafter, Editor of Mendocino Country Journal, Richard Johnson, Airoponics cultivation expert Wayne Zallen, trademark and patent consultant John Blue, MJNA - CEO Bruce Perlowin, and other speakers in various categories in the medical marijuana industry.
The Educational Seminar was well received and recorded on video for future webinar ventures. "This signals the beginning of a new revenue stream as MJNA continues the weekend seminar series in Ukiah -- the county seat of Mendocino County -- until the end of the year -- with an even broader forum on the Medical Marijuana industry, which goes above and beyond the traditional curriculum offered in this arena," said Bruce Perlowin, the CEO of Medical Marijuana, Inc.
Medical Marijuana Inc.'s educational seminar series continues this weekend at The Discovery Inn located at 1340 State St in Ukiah, CA, beginning at 10 am on Saturday and Sunday, November 14 and 15 and will continue every weekend until year's end excluding the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday weeks. Included in this schedule is free Informational Seminars every Tuesday and Thursday night at 7 pm -- also at The Discovery Inn.
Attendees will be lectured by scheduled speakers including noted Oakland NORML attorney James Silva, who was in attendance at the oral argument and will elaborate on the pending "Kelly" decision. "Kelly," in layman's terms, is a potential ordinance changing the California "plant limitation" a landmark case to be decided in the near future.
Mendocino Country Journal editor Richard Johnson will follow Mr. Silva and engage in a dialogue of topics which will also include the latest and most pertinent California city, county and state ordinances and court cases. MJNA takes pride in staying on the leading edge of consulting, which begins with city council and court decisions, particularly in "ground zero," Mendocino County.
Cultivation modules will include airoponics, an alternative to outdoor grows, and a potentially integral aspect of Medical Marijuana cultivation as it is accomplished in a closed environment. Traditional hydroponics and outdoor grow modules are also featured at these events.
Business protocol modules will include Marketing, Accounting and Tax Compliance, a detailed view of MJNA's Tax Remittance Card and Closed Loop Inventory Management Control System, Trademarks and Patents and Barter and their relevance to Medical Marijuana, Extended Caregiver Models for Prop 215 compliance, and Peripheral Industries from Cannabis Kitchens to Cannabis Magazines.
Online enrollment can be accomplished at www.medicalmarijuanainc.com