JOIN ICIA TODAY!
We Need Your Help!
Your donations and membership support helps us aim high! Help ICIA strengthen our mission to advocate for tribes by building comprehensive cannabis policy that addresses the health and economic well-being of American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Our goal is to ensure that tribal communities have the resources and knowledge to build well-regulated, sovereign cannabis economies. With your help, we can create access and opportunity while protecting tribal sovereignty in the nation’s capital and in states still fighting to advance access to health and economic equity.
The nation’s leading advocate for Tribal Hemp & Cannabis policy and business leaders.
Make your voice heard & elevate Indian Country cannabis in Washington D.C. and beyond.
FRIENDS OF ICIA $100 - For anyone who wants to be a part of and support the ICIA cause
INDIVIDUAL, TRIBAL, OR BUSINESS MEMBERS $420 - $50,000 - For Native and non-Native partners who want to advocate and grow the work of the ICIA
ADVOCACY PARTNER The ICIA offers an advocacy-level partnership for non-profits that qualify and are vision and mission-aligned.
Benefits of Joining:
• Networking – connect with your peers and business prospects!
• One-to-one business development services
• Solicitations for Quotes & Bids
• Social Events
• Member Discounts
• Access to professional services via our ICIA member network
• Legal toolkits
• And so much MORE!
ICIA SUPPORTING TRIBES
The Indigenous Cannabis Industry Association (ICIA) is a voluntary association composed of supporting Tribes and members representing tribally owned and operated businesses and other companies supporting Indian Country engagement and success in cannabis economic development.
ICIA's Objectives: The Indigenous Cannabis Industry Association (ICIA) exists to promote the exploration, development, and advancement of the cannabis industry for the benefit of all Indigenous communities. ICIA is dedicated to the advocacy and empowerment of our Indigenous cannabis businesses, influencers, and aspiring entrepreneurs along with being a conduit of connection and data for Indigenous Nations as we push towards a vision of an equitable, just, and sustainable Indigenous cannabis economy.
TRIBAL MEMBERSHIP INFO:
You can help by becoming a member Tribe of ICIA. Help us to educate our tribal, state, and national leaders about issues impacting Indian Country's economic development in cannabis. You may complete the membership form below, as well as upload your tribal resolution (DOWNLOAD SAMPLE FORM HERE) and logo, and pay your dues online.
Talk with your tribal peers, have them become a supporting member of ICIA and advocate for the protection of tribal sovereignty in our policy summits, networking events, newsletters and direct action as we build our capacity for Indian Country policy advocacy. Do not get left behind - help us unite tribes in cannabis as we blaze trails for protecting tribal sovereignty in cannabis decriminalization.
Send any questions, comments or request more information to Mary Jane Oatman, Chief Operating Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org or (208)790-8665 or Rob Pero, Chief Executive Officer at email@example.com.
Founding Tribal supporting members of ICIA will receive recognition as a Founding Sponsor on our website.
Listed on ICANNC & ICIA sponsor page with logo, company info, and link
Authorized to use the sponsor logo of both ICANNC & ICIA in advertising materials
Logo on DC Policy Summit materials
25% discount on THC Magazine Advertising for 2022 and 2023
Indigenous Cannabis Social Equity Supporter Company Certification
Gold-level sponsorship for DC Policy Summit (includes full page ad in program book and branding on registration platform)
Sponsorship for all remaining ICANNC & ICIA events for the year with your company/tribal/business logo
Complimentary early registration for up to 10 of your guests