Seminar Series

Let It Grow: Why Cannabis Home Cultivation Should Be Legal

Let It Grow: Why Cannabis Home Cultivation Should Be Legal

Presented By Dan Ulloa (’s Editor, Dan Ulloa, leads the honest discussion on the politics of Cannabis Homegrow in the Garden State. While excluded from legalization, the fight continues to let the people of New Jersey grow legal cannabis without fear of repercussion. Hear from leading activists on the topic.

***This seminar is for educational and entertainment purposes only. The information provided is not meant to be utilized for personal or commercial use in any jurisdiction, including New Jersey. Pursuant to New Jersey State law, home grow or cultivation of cannabis is not permitted and it remains a felony offense punishable by up to five years in prison and a $25,000 fine. Only a licensed operator licensed by the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC) is authorized to cultivate cannabis in a licensed facility subject to CRC regulations. 


Dan Ulloa is an accomplished journalist who has covered domestic politics and policies at all levels of government. He focused on local politics and economic policy before writing about cannabis legalization.

In June 2021, Ulloa was named the 82nd most influential person in New Jersey Cannabis by

As a 1st generation Peruvian American, he represents the Latino Action Network on the ACLU-led NJ United for Marijuana Reform (NJUMR) pro-cannabis coalition. Ulloa has been on the front line of New Jersey cannabis legalization with them since 2019.
He received a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Syracuse University and a Master’s degree in Legislative Affairs from George Washington University.