Craft Marijuana Cooperatives, Made Up of Local Farmers, Struggle to Start Up in Massachusetts

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As Massachusetts was creating its legal marijuana industry, farmers lobbied for the creation of craft cooperatives—a business model that lets local farmers band together to each grow marijuana and split the costs for things like production, packaging and marketing.

In response, the Cannabis Control Commission established regulations allowing growers who have lived in Massachusetts for at least a year to join together, grow up to 100,000 square feet of marijuana plants among them, pay lower licensing fees and sell wholesale to marijuana retailers.

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