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Peer Networking Events

The CCB holds regular Peer Networking Events as educational opportunities for licensees and staff.

These events are held live via Microsoft Teams and cover a variety of topics. 

Meeting recordings may be found on the Cannabis Control Board's Youtube Page.

  • Most videos are livestreamed, if you can't find a video directly through the link above, please click the "live" tab on the above-linked YouTube page.

Past Events


June 19, 2024 - Propagation Cultivator Requirements

May 15, 2024 - Fire & General Workplace Safety

April 11, 2024 - Advertising Guidance

March 7, 2024 - Cultivation Challenges with Fungal Organisms

December 29, 2023 - Lab Testing Requirements

December 13, 2023 - Pre-Qualification

March 16, 2023 - Peer Networking Event

Cultivation Technical Assistance

March 2, 2023 - Peer Networking Event

Developing a Plan for Positive Impact Criteria

February 16, 2023 - Peer Networking Event

Cannabis Product Registration

February 2, 2023 - Peer Networking Event

Tax Compliance for Vermont Cannabis Businesses

January 19, 2023 - Peer Networking Event

Energy Efficiency Standards

January 19, 2023 - Peer Networking Event

New businesses: Navigating the First Few Years


Teams Etiquette for Members of the Public in Attendance

Members of the public are welcome to attend all or portions of each CCB meeting.

Please enter the meeting on mute with your video turned off. Members of the public are asked to only unmute/enable video if they are submitting public comment or otherwise presenting.

Public comment will be taken at the end of each meeting.

Written comments will be received at any time via the Cannabis Control Board’s Public Input Form.   

Please speak in a concise and clear manner so that everyone can hear what you are saying.

For those calling in by phone:

  • Press *6 on your phone to unmute and mute your phone.
  • Please state your name for the record when commenting.
  • During the public comment period, the coordinator will call on those who asked to comment by the last four digits of the phone number and name.

For those who are signed into TEAMS:

  • Use the raise hand option when it is time for comments.
  • If you are having technical issues, please do not interrupt the meeting. The most common are volume issues or the audio breaking up. Please check your own volume and adjust or wait a couple minutes to see if things improve. Leaving and re-entering the meeting may also help.
  • Unless you are speaking, please keep video off to enhance the audio quality for all.
  • Closed Captioning: Automatic captioning is available for those who need it when using Teams. To enable:
    • Join the Teams meeting as you usually would.
    • Once in the meeting, click the button with the three dots at the top of your screen (in the bar with the mute and camera buttons).
    • Click "turn on live captions."
    • Captions should automatically appear. PLEASE NOTE: These are automatically generated captions, and may contain inaccuracies.