Have you ever had a budtender introduce you to one of your favorite products? Or one that didn’t understand what you were looking for? You’ve probably experienced both. Two experienced budtenders share their perspective on the knowledge behind modern budtenders, address how budtenders can combat or contribute to cannabis use stigma, and even share some advice for those … [Read more...] about Does Your Budtender Know What’s Best for You?
Connecticut’s new Adult-use Recreational Cannabis Market: What to Expect
Graphic by: Julia Meyer. In June 2021, Connecticut legalized adult-use cannabis. Since then, adults 21 and older have been able to legally possess 1.5 oz of cannabis. While residents are able to possess certain amounts of cannabis for recreational use, they cannot buy it. Retail sales will likely not be available until at least the end of 2022, according to the … [Read more...] about Connecticut’s new Adult-use Recreational Cannabis Market: What to Expect
via Humboldt County Administrative Office: Dec. 30 is the last day to file a cannabis permit application If you are planning on operating locally as a cannabis cultivator in 2017 you must submit your application to the Planning & Building Department’s Cannabis Services Division no later than Friday, Dec. 30. This deadline also applies to individuals seeking permits … [Read more...] about Permit Deadline
Trying to Get Your Grow Permitted in Humboldt County?
Trying to Get Your Grow Permitted in Humboldt County? Start Here! Humboldt County Outdoor Cultivation Permitting Process Flow Chart Kendra Miers, PE Click Here to View Map So… you’ve decided to make the move towards legal farming and get permitted to grow medical marijuana in Humboldt County! Congratulations! You now get to join all other legal industries in the world and … [Read more...] about Trying to Get Your Grow Permitted in Humboldt County?
Status Quo Grow
The California state legislature stirred things up recently when they passed four cannabis bills, consequently signed into law by our governor. This sent local jurisdictions (county and city) planning commissions on a fast track to complete local cannabis laws by the March 1, 2016 deadline for permits, inspections, zoning for indoor and outdoor grows, allowed plant count, water … [Read more...] about Status Quo Grow