Presentation: How to Microdose Cannabis for Sanity, Sleep and Self-Care

Friday, 4/22/2022
4:00 - 5:00

We partner with Evergreen San Francisco to celebrate a true SF Holiday, 420, with Marcia Gagliardi of mymilligram to discuss her journey as a small business owner and share her expertise on microdosing with cannabis. 


Gagliardi is a San Francisco–based writer and culinary personality, known by many as “the tablehopper.” Tablehopper launched in 2006, and quickly gained status as a trusted source for all the latest local restaurant and bar news and reviews, plus tips on culinary and wine events. In April 2018, Gagliardi launched mymilligram, a media brand (with a weekly newsletter and website) featuring reviews of low-dose and high-quality cannabis products made in California, taking everything she learned the past 15 years about assessing food and drink and applying that to cannabis.


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Gagliardi Photo Credit: Scott Saraceno.

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