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Canna License Experts, and their team were retained by our company to help us along the way with a retail canna license. Brian Wolf along with Kalpna Mistry and their team of experts were there the entire way through the process. Thanks again to Brian and Kalpna for all you support from our family at YIELD Cannab Co.
We have contacted a few licensing company before I decided to contact with Canna licensing Experts. So far I think I have made the right choice and I am happy with the work they have done for us. The team answer questions promptly and never leave us alone. Not to mention their charge are reasonable comparing the similar type of consulting company and quality of their job.
Brian and Kalpna at Cannabis License Experts were very pleasant, informative, and knowledgeable regarding licensing. They helped us fill out all the forms needed and guided us through the entire process. I am sure that without their guidance our application would still be in process, or have been dismissed because of some missing information.
|Total # of Licenses||1054|
|Basic Demographic Information|
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|Total # of Counties||39|
|Total # of Cities/Towns||281 cities, towns, and villages, and 1,285 special districts|
|County population in 2019||769,714|
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 adult use cannabis program in Washington is overseen by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board.
Currently applications for transportation and for research of cannabis are being accepted. Applications for retail, producer, and processor licenses are not currently being accepted.
Yes, individuals applying for a cannabis license must have lived in the state for at least 6 months before applying for licensure. Business entities applying for licensure must be formed in the state of Washington and all individuals listed as parties of interest must maintain the residency requirement.
As of 2021, Washington State reported it had 600+ licensed dispensaries in the state.