Local, Regional, and State Government Relations
Advocacy Services will focus on engagement with state and local communities that seek just and inclusive laws for cannabis and hemp. Communities that seek to create jobs, professions and industries within this new paradigm of the cannabis sectors will be the market for advocacy services. Initially Cal Heritage will focus in Northern California communities that have been historically supportive toward the hemp and cannabis. We will work with elected officials, grower associations, processors, dispensaries, state law enforcement, regulatory agencies, and community organizations to create an enabling environment for development that can serve as a model for other communities across the state.
Communities that embrace the economic and societal benefits of effective cannabis laws will be our priority. We will participate in and direct conferences with strategic partners to educate lawmakers, the business community and consumers on the issues confronting California as it begins the complex process of unwinding 75 years of prohibitionist policies.