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|Total # Maine Marijuane Licenses|
|Maine Cannabis Cultivation||214|
|Maine Cannabis Manufacturing||116|
|Maine Cannabis Store||1337|
|Maine Cannabis Testing||5|
|Basic Demographic Information|
|Resources include the US Census Bureau, City-Data.com, and any additional relevant resources.|
|Total # of Counties||16|
|Total # of Cities/Towns||488 cities, towns, and villages, and 232 special districts|
|County population in 2019||66,215|
Cannabis cultivation is the process of growing cannabis within a regulated environment for the consumption via a medical or adult-use cannabis program. Generally cultivation refers to the agricultural activities associated with the propagation and growing of cannabis. Cannabis processing is when you manufacture finished cannabis products, packaging of dried flowers or manufacture and package cannabis-based products (i.e. extracts, edibles, and topicals). To be able to produce cannabis and cannabis derived products commercially a specific license is required, requirements depend on the state in which you are locating this business.
The Maine Department of Administrative and Financial Services Office of Marijuana Policy (OMP) has been created to oversee the licensing and regulation of cannabis in the state.
Yes, cities and towns in Maine can ban cannabis facilities from operation in their jurisdiction through ordinances. As of September 2021, it was reported that only 47 out of Maine 500 cities and towns allow cannabis operations.
In May of 2020 Maine updated the licensing requirements dropping the requirement that licensees be residents of the state. Currently you do not need to be a resident of Maine to obtain licensure for adult use cannabis businesses.
Until the legalization of adult use cannabis and later the establishment of adult use facility licensing, dispensaries were required to register as nonprofit entities. The biggest difference between the two is the allowable amount of plants a dispensary can grow is greater.