Michigan Marijuana Licensing

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What License Types Exist in Michigan?

There are 17 cannabis business license types in Michigan. These licenses, awarded by the state's Marijuana Regulatory Agency, are:

Medical Class A Grower

This license is issued to applicants engaging in the cultivation of cannabis intended for medical marijuana dispensaries. Licensees can plant a maximum of 500 cannabis plants.

Medical Class B Grower

This license is issued to business owners engaging in cultivating of up to 1,000 cannabis plants intended for medical marijuana dispensaries.

Medical Class C Grower

This license is issued to applicants to cultivate a maximum of 1,500 cannabis plants intended for medical marijuana dispensaries. Multiple Class C grower licenses can be stacked in the same location by a licensee.

Recreational Class A Grower

This license is issued to applicants engaging in the cultivation of cannabis intended for recreational marijuana users. Licensees can cultivate a maximum of 100 cannabis plants.

Recreational Class B Grower

This license is issued to business owners cultivating a maximum of 500 cannabis plants intended for recreational marijuana users.

Recreational Class C Grower

This license is issued to business owners cultivating not more than 2,000 cannabis plants intended for recreational marijuana users. Licensees can possess multiple Class C grower licenses.

Excess Marijuana Grower

This license is issued to business owners who own five recreational Class C licenses and at least two medical Class C licenses. The number of medical Class C licenses a licensee possesses determines the number of excess cannabis plants they can cultivate.

Greenhouse

This license is issued to applicants to establish greenhouses for the cultivation of marijuana. Licensees can cultivate cannabis for medical and recreational purposes.

Designated Consumption Establishment

This license is issued to business owners to allow for the consumption of marijuana within their premises. Licensees are prohibited from distributing or selling marijuana or marijuana products within the premises.

Marijuana Event Organizer

This license is issued to applicants to permit organizing marijuana events such as cannabis conferences and cannabis competition events. Marijuana can be sold and distributed during such events.

Temporary Marijuana Event

This license is issued to Marijuana Event Organizer license holders to permit the hosting of special events where marijuana will be consumed. The license is valid for a maximum of one week.

Marijuana Microbusiness

This license is issued to applicants for the cultivation, processing, and sales of marijuana. Licensees can cultivate a maximum of 150 cannabis plants but cannot purchase mature plants or processed marijuana products to augment their products.

Class A Marijuana Microbusiness

This license is issued to applicants engaging in the cultivation, processing, and sales of marijuana. Licensees can cultivate up to 300 cannabis plants, purchase mature plants and marijuana products from growers and processors.

Marijuana Processor

This license is issued to business owners engaged in the processing of cannabis. Licensees can transfer, sell, and purchase marijuana from other licensed businesses.

Marijuana Secure Transporter

This license is issued to business owners engaged in distributing and storing marijuana and marijuana products. Licensees can transport cannabis to and from all licensed marijuana businesses in the state.

Marijuana Retailer

This license is issued to applicants engaged in selling marijuana and marijuana products to consumers in the state. Licensees can purchase marijuana from cultivators or processors.

Marijuana Safety Compliance Facility

This license is issued to applicants to test the composition of medical and recreational marijuana in the state. Licensees must meet the state's compliance standards at all times.

Michigan Marijuana Licensing
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