OLCC Announces Spring 2017 Recreational Marijuana Workshops

https://www.eventbrite.com/o/oregon-liquor-control-commission-9535657604

OREGON: The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC), along with the Oregon Department of Agriculture, the Oregon Department of Revenue, and Franwell Metrc – the provider of Oregon’s Cannabis Tracking System (CTS), will hold Recreational Marijuana Program licensee workshops around the state in May, 2017.

The workshops will be held in Eugene at Lane Community College on May 3, in Ashland at Southern Oregon University on May 4, in Newport at the Best Western Agate Beach on May 11, and in Bend at the Riverhouse on the Deschutes on May 18th.  At this time the Oregon Department of Revenue will present only at the Newport and Eugene workshops. Registration is now open. The workshops will include program updates and information on:

  • Update on Rules & Licensee information
  • Pesticides
  • Packaging and Labeling
  • Cannabis Tracking System – Bring Your Own Device/Data (BYOD) – Metrc will answer your questions
  • Taxes: Collecting & Reporting

There will be two tracks offered, one for producers and processors, and another for wholesalers and retailers.  The content will be tailored to the license categories.

Producers/Processors  

9:30 a.m             Check-in

10 a.m.               Pesticides

10:45 a.m.          Break

11 a.m                Packaging & Labeling

12 p.m.               Lunch Break – Networking

1 p.m.                 Rules & Compliance

1:45 p.m.            Metrc

2:45 p.m.            Break

3:00 p.m.            Taxes

3:15 p.m.            General Q&A session

Wholesalers/Retailers

9:30 a.m             Check-in

10 a.m.               Rules & Compliance

10:45 a.m.          Break

11 a.m                Metrc

12 p.m.               Lunch Break – Networking

1 p.m.                 Pesticides

1:45 p.m.            Packaging & Labeling

2:45 p.m.            Break

3:00 p.m.            Taxes

3:15 p.m.            General Q&A session

The workshop is open to all licensees or their representatives; one licensee per track.  Non-licensees can register but will be waitlisted until licensees have had the opportunity to register.

Note:  Anyone who registers for the workshop, is a “no-show” and doesn’t cancel their reservation will be placed on a “no-show” list.  Anyone on the “no-show” list will be restricted from registering for future OLCC workshops until other licensees have registered. Interested parties can register here for the workshops.

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