INDEPENDENCE, OH — Marijuana conferences and workshops have been cropping up across the state since before Ohio legalized the drug for medical use last year.
But a Northeast Ohio native has opened the state’s first brick-and-mortar center to offer more in-depth training about the plant and the industry.
The Cleveland Cannabis College will offer courses in horticulture, law, history and other areas this fall, after the state has finalized details about Ohio’s medical marijuana program.
Founder Richard Pine said the school is geared toward people who want to work as medical marijuana growers or in dispensaries, but courses are offered to anyone who wants to learn more about the plant and its applications.
Source: Cannabis Business Times