Inside of a commercial grow room in Bellingham, Washington.

Rory Savatgy

Michigan’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs is hosting a series of five educational sessions throughout the state next month aimed at the state’s new medical cannabis licensing regime. The sessions will feature members of the regulatory agency and the Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulations to answer questions from individuals and businesses interested in state grower, processor, transporter, dispensary, and compliance facility businesses.

Representatives from Franwell, developers of Metrc – the seed-to-sale software chosen to track products cultivated and sold throughout Michigan – will also be on hand to demonstrate the product.

The Nov. 8 and 9 sessions will be held at Oakland Community College in Farmington Hills, and Saginaw Valley State University in University Center, respectively. On Nov. 13, the event will be held at the Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City, and at the Wing’s Conference Center in Kalamazoo on Nov. 14. The final sessions will be held at the Kellogg Conference Center in East Lansing.

All of the sessions begin at 9 a.m. and are free but interested parties must register for the events by Nov. 1 “to guarantee themselves entrance.” The Nov. 8 and 15 sessions will be live-streamed on the BMMR website.

Michigan will be making medical cannabis operator licenses available on Dec. 15.

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