California Wildfires & Rescheduling NorCal Cannabis Caucus


SANTA ROSA, Calif—Due to devastating fires that swept through California’s North Bay area last week, the National Cannabis Industry Association is postponing its regular quarterly Cannabis Caucus originally scheduled for next Tuesday in Santa Rosa.

NCIA and CCIA are now hosting a cannabis industry fundraiser for community fire relief efforts in Santa Rosa on November 6th. They hope you’ll join to help raise much-needed funds for victims of the fires in Sonoma and surrounding counties. The event will be an opportunity for the cannabis industry to come together and provide financial support for the Redwood Credit Union’s North Bay Fire Relief Fund which has been established in partnership California State Senator Mike McGuire and The Press Democrat.


New event details:

NCIA and CCIA Cannabis Industry Fundraiser for North Bay Fire Relief Fund Monday, November 6th, 6:30-9:00 p.m., at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek Dry Creek Ballroom & Knight Valley Gardens, 170 Railroad St, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

REGISTER TODAY – $50 suggested minimum donation for NCIA members, $50 minimum donation required for non-members to attend

Co-hosts: Berkeley Patients Group, California Growers Association, CCIA-Sonoma County, Harborside Health Center, and Sonoma County Growers Alliance

Premier sponsors: Cannabrand, Cova, and Simplifya

Supporting sponsors: ArcView Group & CannaRegs

** If you are able to join the host committee by making a $5,000 donation to fire relief efforts or if your company would like to sponsor the event for a donation of $1,500 or $750, please contact [email protected] to learn more about the brand exposure offered for this uniquely impactful opportunity to help our community. **

The fires still ravaging the region have displaced thousands of residents, destroyed hundreds of homes and places of business, and have damaged a significant portion of the state’s cannabis crop.

All event proceeds will be donated on behalf of the cannabis industry to Redwood Credit Union’s Fire Relief Fund.