OLCC Marijuana workshops

OLCC Marijuana workshops.

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission will be offering two workshops to provide licensees and interested stakeholders updates on the Recreational Marijuana Program.
The workshops will be on: Tuesday January 31, 2017 and Wednesday February 8, 2017.
The workshops will provide an overview on:

• Update on rules (temporary & permanent)
• Oregon’s Bottle Bill – how it affects Recreational Marijuana Program licensees
• Metrc and testing – a walk-through of data reporting under the new testing protocols
• Packaging & Labeling – best practices and rule changes

Prior to the workshop licensees will be able to meet with other licensees to share business knowledge and make connections.

Registration for each workshop will be limited:

Workshops will be limited to 80 participants:  60 registrations for licensees, 20 registrations for non-licensees.

Registration is limited to one registration per license; for non-licensees, one registration per organization.

Individuals can register and find additional information here.

The workshop will be videotaped and at a later date made available on the OLCC YouTube channel.

For More Information:
www.marijuana.oregon.gov
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 503-872-5000
Toll Free: 800-452-6522

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