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US: Dozens of cultivators ready for Vermont's retail cannabis market

Legal adult-use cannabis purchases in Vermont are just three months away, and the state is busy handing out cannabis cultivation licenses to the people who will supply that product.

Dozens of indoor and outdoor cannabis cultivation licenses have now been issued, with more applicants being approved every week. That includes an indoor facility in South Strafford.

Michelle Shane shows off the cement slab that, in a couple of months’ time, will house up to 100 cannabis plants. “We cleared the ground and got the foundation laid, and that way, if we didn’t get the license, we would have an expensive garage,” Shane said.

She and her husband, Michael, own Clover Hill Cannabis, which is one of the state’s first licensed indoor grow operations. “They appreciate craft and quality and small business owners, and just being a part of that and really kind of help shape this new industry is super exciting,” Michelle said.

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