Copperstate Farms, a vertically integrated cannabis company based in Arizona, has partnered with experiential event production company Cloth & Flame to introduce culinary-themed cannabis experiences. The Verde Series will debut with the Homegrown dinner, uniting the top purveyors and visionaries in the Arizona cannabis industry on April 20th and 21st in downtown Phoenix.
The five-course meal prepared by industry trailblazer Chef Teresa Hansen along with Chef Nick Rusticus and the Cloth & Flame team infuses Copperstate Farms’ cannabis into each course. Chef Hansen is the founder of High Vibe Kitchen Collective and general manager at Good Things Coming edibles. She has over 10 years of experience cooking with cannabis, hemp and other adaptogenic plants.
During the eclectic evening, guests will be treated to music from HI-DREAMS and a visual art experience curated by local artists Joey Dougherty and Malia Hee of Purdylites. A portion of ticket sales goes to benefit the Last Prisoner Project, a nonprofit organization focused on cannabis criminal justice reform.
For more information on upcoming Verde Series events visit ClothandFlame.com. For more information on Copperstate Farms, visit CopperstateFarms.com.
Photo: Chef Teresa Hansen