US (CA): Project Trellis Emergency Cultivation Micro-Grant to financially support Humboldt County-based growers

Working to overcome the financial challenges of the current commercial cannabis marketplace, Covid-19, and fire and drought, local cannabis cultivators have an opportunity to receive funding through the County of Humboldt’s Project Trellis Emergency Cultivation Micro-Grant. There is $1 million in funds available. The program is administered by the County Administrative Office - Economic Development Team (GoHumCo) and the Project Trellis Committee.

Cannabis cultivation businesses that hold post-approval permits and provisional or annual state licenses may apply for up to $25,000 to help offset business-related debt and expenses. 

Applicants must be/have:

  • A Humboldt County-based cannabis cultivation business, with post-approval permits and provisional or annual licenses.
  • Have 75% or more of your operations based in Humboldt County.
  • Currently licensed and registered to operate in Humboldt County. 
  • Conduct activities that are specific to cultivation.

If you are interested in applying, or you want some more information, you can visit this website


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