The type of cannabis licensing and documentation your marijuana business requires will depend on both the location of your operation and the sort of business you are conducting.
Cannabis Grower/Producer: Ability to plant, cultivate, grow, harvest, and dry marijuana.
Micro Tier I (up to 625 sqft)
Micro Tier II (up to 1250 sqft)
Tier I (up to 5,000 sqft)
Tier II (up to 10,000 sqft)
Micro Tier I (up to 2,500 sqft)
Micro Tier II (up to 5,000 sqft)
Tier I (up to 20,000 sqft)
Tier II (up to 40,000 sqft)
Cannabis Processor: Ability to process, compound, or convert marijuana into cannabinoid products, concentrates, and/or extracts.
Cannabis Wholesale: Can purchase quantities of marijuana from other licensed facilities and sell the products to licensed retailers, processors, producers, other wholesalers, or research certificate holders.
Cannabis Laboratory: Accredited by ORELAP and responsible for testing marijuana items for pesticides, solvents or residual solvents, tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiol concentration, and for microbiological or other contaminants.
Cannabis Retail: Can sell or deliver marijuana items directly to consumers.
Cannabis Research Certificate: Ability to research marijuana for the purpose of benefiting the state’s cannabis industry, medical research, or public health and safety.
Be prepared to present the following items in your application:
- Business details: company name, physical and mailing address, Secretary of State Number
- Funding sources: interested parties and legal entities
- Land Use Compatibility Statement (LUCS)
- Business Operating plan
- Floor plan of proposed facility
- Proof of right to occupy the premises
- Other documentation depending on license type.