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Rehashed: 2024 Oregon Leaf Bowl

The 2024 Oregon Leaf Bowl lifted off April 28th in Southeast Portland.

Photos by Stash Shots

The sweet smell of victory – or maybe it was hash and petrichor – filled the air in Southeast Portland on April 28, when the Oregon Cannabis community gathered to welcome the crowds of connoisseurs who lined up around the block for the 2024 Oregon Leaf Bowl.

Fifty companies and local artists set up booths to showcase their crafts to the gathering crowd, which packed out the event. The Leaf Bowl’s photo booth sponsor, Truth Dispensary, ensured everyone walked away with a memory, while the Hospitality Sponsor, Doghouse Farms, bought everyone a drink to wash down food from Demarco’s Sandwiches, Fat Kid Food Co., and Franko’s Hot Dogs. 

Nearly 70 companies entered hundreds of products into this year’s contest, and the competition was fierce. Intake was handled by the 2024 Leaf Bowl dispensary partner, Bridge City Collective, and judging was meticulously overseen by Competition Director Bobby Black, who worked with the Leaf Bowl’s panel to ensure fairness and integrity remained at the core of the blind, transparent judging process. 

The Infused Products category showcased the diversity of the market, with 10 different brands walking away with well-deserved trophies, including returning winners Crown B Alchemy, Yamba Junk, and Hapy Kitchen. A pair of plaques also went to Gron, one of Oregon’s longest-standing edibles brands, which made its Leaf Bowl debut.

In the Concentrates arena, Buddies and Entourage Cannabis walked with Winner trophies, sharing the winner’s circle with Echo Electuary, which also swept the Rosin category, maintaining its long-standing position as one of the most respected brands in the state. Echo also took home a Runner-Up trophy in the Cartridges category, which gave nods to a number of long-standing Oregon brands, including The CO2 Company, Dr. Jolly’s, Dab Factory, Entourage, and Trichome Farms. The CO2 Company and Dr. Jolly’s also dominated the FECO Category, each taking home a Winner and Runner-Up trophy.  

The flower category was filled with fighters vying for the title, with Decibel and newcomer Quickies taking home Winner honors for their Pre-rolls. Mixed-Light Greenhouse belonged to Verdant Leaf, Bald Peak, Juicy Farms, Capital Cannabis, and Trip, which also took home an award in the Light Dep column, which was otherwise dominated by Green Queen Farms and The Plant. 

Truecare Farms and Left Coast Standard traded paint in the Sungrown category, and Truecare came out ahead, with a staggering four Winner and three Runner-Up awards. Left Coast went home with an impressive two Winner and three Runner Ups, while Benson Arbor won the Jacks & Hazes category and took home a few Runner-Ups, as well.

The show closed with the coveted Indoor awards, which boasted nearly 70 entries. High Noon Cult, PDX Organix, and Pruf all walked with a Winner trophy, and it looked like The Crop Shop might have been the best in category with two wins until the very last award, when returning competitor Earl Baker turned their single Runner-Up trophy from 2023 into two Winner and two Runner-Up trophies in this year’s awards.

It was an intense day at the Redd on Salmon. We laughed. We dabbed. We high-fived. One thing’s for certain: After three amazing years, we can confidently say that nothing feels quite like the Oregon Leaf Bowl, and that’s all because of the colorful, tight-knit community of passionate plant advocates who show up to compete, congregate, and celebrate the plant we all love. 

2024 Oregon Leaf Bowl Winners








Photos by @stashshots

This article was originally published in the May 2024 issue of Oregon Leaf.

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