At the first “Coffee with a Cannabis Farmer,” KopSun partners Amy Orozco, left, and Tina Frontado, right, met with Graham Farrar of GlassHouse Farms who hosted questions from the community with coffee and pastries.

On the last Friday of the month, KopSun LLC is facilitating “Coffee with a Cannabis Farmer,” from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at The Food Liaison. “This is an opportunity for the general public to meet with a local cannabis farmer and share concerns, kudos, suggestions, etc.” said Amy Orozco of KopSun. The one-hour meeting is limited to nine attendees. The farmer “hosts” the coffee and pastries. Each month features a different farmer.

KopSun and participating farmers hope that the coffee dates will encourage transparency in the cannabis industry and knowledge in the community. To attend an upcoming “Coffee with a Cannabis Farmer,” contact info@kopsun.com.

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