Regulations and Cannabis Cultivation in California

California’s Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA) (Proposition 64) allowed for recreational cannabis sales and use in California starting in January 2018.

Once something goes into law, the regulators take over and create regulations. In California, there are three main regulatory agencies that govern licensed operators along the supply chain – The BCC, CDFA, and CDPH.

The California Department of Food and Agriculture is the agency most responsible for creating and enforcing regulations related to cannabis cultivation.

The FCP is on a listening tour of licensed operators to learn how regulations affect licensed operators across the supply chain, in this case, cultivators, nurseries and researchers.

Graham Farrar, Founder, Glass House Farms
Jason Downs, Lead Cultivator, Glass House Farms
Chey Moseman, Processing Manager, Glass House Farms
Jeremy Warren PhD, Director of Plant Health, Dark Heart Nursery


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