5 Easy Ways to Get Involved with Cannabis Advocacy
You don’t have to attend stuffy government meetings to support cannabis advocacy.
There are tons of ways you can get involved and show your support without having to dedicate your entire life to the cause.
1. Attend cannabis events.
Whether it’s a puff-and-paint class, a meet-and-greet at a popular dispensary, or a cannabis industry networking mixer, you can show your support for a blooming industry by attending cannabis events.
Fortunately, there are tons of 420-friendly events here in Sacramento that welcome cannabis enthusiasts and advocates of all walks of life.
2. Vote in favor of cannabis-friendly policy.
When you have the opportunity to exercise your right, we support it!
And if you wanted to take your cannabis advocacy to the government level, we recommend getting to know candidates that are running for office that also outwardly support the cannabis industry.
3. Comment on a blog that inspires you about the industry.
If donating money isn’t your thing, supporting a movement may feel like an impossible task.
Thankfully, there are tons of ways you can show your cannabis advocacy without having to open your wallet.
Leaving a comment on a cannabis-friendly blog, or double-tapping on an industry leader’s social media post is a great way to show your support.
Feel free to leave a comment on this blog telling us about why you want to support cannabis advocacy! And don’t forget to follow us on Instagram at @saccannabis!
4. Speak up!
It may seem counterintuitive to bring up cannabis at your Thanksgiving table, or on social media, or at a professional networking event. But we’re living in a new era.
This is Sacramento, and cannabis is legal! Other than residual stigma from the “dark ages” (the time when cannabis wasn’t legal yet), there’s no reason you shouldn’t stand up for what you believe in. Especially if you’re a business owner, a medical professional, or some are in another respected profession, showing your support for cannabis will help change the perspective on what a cannabis supporter looks like.
5. Join SCIA.
The power of group cannabis advocacy is unparalleled! Joining forces with other community members and industry leaders in SCIA can be one of the most effective forms of advocacy.
Identifying common goals, coming together under one united voice, and meeting with lawmakers as a group can yield amazing results. Click here to learn more about how to make a difference when it comes to cannabis advocacy.