Ohio Awards First Round of Medical Marijuana Cultivation Licenses


[image-1]The first batch of medical marijuana growers has been identified. As far as Northeast Ohio is concerned, several of these growers will be located in Lorain, Stark, Summit and Portage counties. (See the full list below.)

These companies constitute the state's Level II cultivators, which have a cap of 3,000 square feet of grow space. Level I cultivators, which top out at 25,000 square feet of space, will be announced soon. We'll keep tabs on that news.

Here's the list of Level II operators:

Fire Rock Ltd. (Columbus, Franklin County)
Fire Rock Ltd. (Canton, Stark County)
Fire Rock Ltd. (Akron, Summit County)
FN Group Holdings LLC (Ravenna, Portage County)
Mother Grows Best LLC (Canton, Stark County)
OhiGrow LLC (Toledo, Lucas County)
Ancient Roots LLC (Wilmington, Clinton County)
Ohio Clean Leaf LLC (Dayton, Montgomery County)
Ohio Clean Leaf LLC (Carroll, Fairfield County)
Ascension BioMedical LLC (Oberlin, Lorain County)
Agri-Med Ohio LLC (Langsville, Meigs County)
Paragon Development Group LLC (Huber Heights, Montgomery County)
Hemma LLC (Monroe, Butler County)
Galenas LLC (Akron, Summit County)

Companies listed with multiple locations must select one within 10 business days. You can peruse the companies' individual scores and applications on the state's website.

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