Education for Sustained Health through Plants
Our mission is to reclaim our innate role as stewards of the earth, serve as the educational resource for our Community to learn and exercise their rights to work with nature to reap health benefits, setting our Alumni up for success in their professional and personal Botanical pursuits.
The Moral Backbone of Santa Cruz Center of Botanical Studies:
● Curated Botanical Education
● Continuing the Santa Cruz Legacy of Compassion and Leadership in Cannabis Advocacy
● Shaping and Supporting the Movement Around Regenerative Agriculture.
● Cultural Celebration of Ecological Alignment
● Steward and Preserve the Craft Movement
● Community Empowerment
● Conscious Business Consulting
● Responsible Ethics and Harm Reduction
● Nurture Diversity
● Research and Collaboration for further Scientific Discovery
Carr’s professional mission is to educate the public on Cannabis stewardship, science, policy, industry, and research. He is the host of The Cannabis Connection radio show on KSCO, providing stimulating conversation with professionals, regulators, researchers, and experts striving to demystify common misconceptions about Cannabis and educate the public the potential of Cannabis to heal ailments and also our society from social and economic disorders.
An adviser for Santa Cruz County and Co-Chair of the Executive Committee for Community Prevention Partners, Carr also serves as a Guest Lecturer at Cabrillo College and judge for both High Times Cup and The Emerald Cup. Carr represents Santa Cruz in the greater Cannabis Community and has positive rapport with the leading activists in Sacramento and Emerald Triangle. Rooted in the ethics of Compassionate Use Act while engaging the leading minds of the ever evolving California Cannabis Industry, Carr serves the community by shaping a local Cannabis movement that reflects the values of Santa Cruz through leadership and compassion.