2nd Annual Oregon Cannabis
Growers’ & Consumers’ Fair


The Oregon Cannabis Growers’ & Consumers’ Fair is the first of its kind. Created in 2016, OCGCF made national headlines and became widely known for hosting the first-ever Live Cannabis Plant Competition in the area attracting Craft Cannabis Grower’s from all over Oregon. Join us and be a part of this budding industry!


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#ShowYourGrow

We want to see what you’re growing! Share your plants using the hashtag #ShowYourGrow on Instagram and Twitter for a chance to be featured on our feed!

Submissions for the
Live Cannabis Plant Competition
are now open!


Register your plants and compete in the 2nd annual Live Cannabis Plant Competition for grand prizes! Growers of all levels are invited to enter. Compete in the Sativa, Hybrid or Indica categories. Entries are limited, sign up today!

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Does your product or service bring value to growers and to the industry itself? Get in front of thousands of attendees at this year’s show!


Venue

Oregon State Fairgrounds | Jackman-Long Building
2330 17th St NE, Salem, OR 97301

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  • “It’s great to put it on our portfolio and get publicity here and get our name out there. That is huge for the cannabis industry, and it’s definitely a step in the right direction for us. We’ve been waiting for this for years.”

    -Danny Grimm, Uplifted

    Copyright 2016 The Associated Press.

  • “It’s nice for us to be stepping across the line and say, ‘Here we are, and we’re ready to do business. For those of us who have been doing this a long time, this is a breath of fresh air because we’re able to work openly and in the light.”

    -James Knox, Savant Plant Technologies’

    Copyright 2016 The Associated Press.

  • It might sound goofy or even contrarian, but marijuana’s presence at the State Fair is actually one of the most down-to-Earth realizations of the legalization movement. Only at the State Fair can marijuana be recognized for what it is: a crop, nothing more or less.

    Modern Farmer