KopSun founders Leigh-Anne Anderson, Tina Fanucchi-Frontado and Amy Marie Orozco have announced that they are closing KopSun, the Carpinteria-based cannabis information and health resource. “Due to current times and after much consideration,  we have decided to bring our work with KopSun to a close,” said the founders, “It has been a distinct privilege to help change the culture and conversation around cannabis in our local community and beyond.” 

Kopsun was formed four years ago, and has provided numerous online and in-person educational talks and classes for the community.  

The magazine, Cannabis by the Sea, created by KopSun will now be published by Bie & Bie Productions, and KopSun partner Amy Orozco will serve as editor. KopSun’s online platforms along with their emails at kopsun.com will remain live for the next 12 months.

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