Michigan issued the very first recreational cannabis microbusiness license to a company in Presque Isle County’s Onaway this week.
The business, Sticky Bush Farms owned by Benjamin Kolasa according to state licensing records, is allowed to grow up to 150 plants, the cannabis from which may then be processed into oil, edibles or other cannabis products, packaged and sold from a retail shop.
The license is meant for small, self-contained businesses that are not allowed to interact with the rest of the licensed market, meaning they can’t acquire cannabis or cannabis products from outside growers, processors or retailers, and may not sell any products to other cannabis dispensaries or retailers.
The Marijuana Regulatory Agency, the licensing body for Michigan commercial cannabis market, has issued more than 300 licenses for recreational cannabis growers, processors, safety labs, retailers and transporters since December, but this is the first microbusiness.
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