SOUTHERN OREGON GOOD HERB “Snowstorm Can’t Stop Women’s Cannabis Event” by Liz Gold
By Lisa Snyder|Published On: February 15th, 2019|1.2 min read|
Despite a rare low-elevation snowstorm that kept many people off the roads last weekend, more than 65 women braved the snow and ice for the kickoff of a new women’s cannabis group in the Rogue Valley.
Women receive goodie bags and share smokes Feb. 9, in a gathering area during a Tokeativity event in Medford. Photo by Denise Baratta
The event, for the launch of Tokeativity’s Rogue Valley Chapter, was held at Rogue Soil in Medford. The RSVP-only Love Yourself Social welcomed women from all over Southern Oregon who are in the cannabis industry — or who just love the plant — to meet each other, hang out and toke. The event was sold out.
“I didn’t anticipate that big of a turnout, but it was super exciting to see, especially for the launch,” said Becky Frieze, co-owner of TreeTop Gardens in Cave Junction and Rogue Valley Chapter leader and sponsor. “There were lots of new faces, it was really great.”
The event included smores over a fire and many other activities, including a letter-writing-to-your-future-self station, a CBD dab bar, a craft table with Linda Birky, massages with Ashland Ashiatsu, facials by Diana Taracena, and tarot readings with Crystal Lynn. Queen B Labs High Resin Remedies and Mammoth Microbes were the event sponsors.
To read more about the Rouge Valley Chapter launch, check the full article on SO Good Herb
Lisa Snyder is the Co-Founder & Chief Innovation Officer of Tokeativity, The Global Feminist Community for Active Cannabis Culture.
She is a feminist and plant medicine advocate with over 25 years of digital strategy experience and has passionately supported the self-healing revolution through consumption and plant medicine advocacy.
She has been recognized for her work in Forbes, Rolling Stone, Condé Nast Traveler, Yahoo! Finance, The Guardian, MJ Lifestyle, Travel Portland, Dope Magazine, Civilized, Magnetic Magazine, Willamette Week, and Time Out New York among others.
After losing both parents to cancer in her 20’s, she passionately partnered her community building, feminist event planning, and web skills with fellow event planner, cannabis entrepreneur and community builder, Samantha Montanaro, to create Tokeativity in 2016.