A gathering of about 50, generally older (think 60-plus) Carpinterians heard Tina Fanucchi-Frontado, Dr. Margaret Peterson, Liz Rogan and representatives from Glass House, Autumn Brands and Cresco farms extol the health benefits of the ancient and medically proven cannabis plant.Read More
Yes, there were those who asked, "What. Were. You. Thinking?"
But mostly the reaction has been overwhelmingly positive to a new business venture, KopSun, launched last September by three unlikely women — Tina Fanucchi-Frontado, Leigh-Anne Anderson and Amy Marie Orozco.
All well-known in the Carpinteria community, they are "loudly and proudly" championing the cannabis culture and celebrating the often misunderstood marijuana plant.Read More
Santa Barbara County Supervisors took steps toward cracking down on illegal cannabis operations Tuesday.Read More
Tune in to help host Alex Robles understand what it's like for Tina Fanucci-Frontado being a resident and business owner in the small town of Carpinteria, California where commercial cannabis cultivation has changed the landscape of things literally.Read More
Frontado, Leigh-Anne Anderson, and Amy Marie Orozco launched KopSun to help dispel a few of the negative perceptions about marijuana cultivation in the valley and promote the health benefits of the plant that is often stigmatized.Read More
The California Women for Agriculture 2019 Annual Convention was held in Solvang from January 11th to 13th. Carpinteria/Santa Barbara CWA chapter was instrumental in the gathering’s success.Read More
Tina Fanucchi-Frontado has completed the Green Flower Cannabis Fundamentals coursework and earned its certification. An advocate for the legal and compliant cannabis industry, Fanucchi-Frontado is CEO/founder of KopSun LLC, a cannabis information and health resource company.
The certification is part of the Green Flower Academy, which launched last fall, of Ventura’s Green Flower company. The cannabis fundamentals course covers careers in cannabis, dosing, and quality assurance.Read More