The market is hoping to bring in $220 million in annual sales by 2024
Vermont estimates the state’s new adult-use marijuana market will top $220 million in annual sales by 2024.
But getting there might be a slog, once sales begin next year.
In a recent report to the Legislature, the state’s Cannabis Control Board (CCB) proposed that Vermont’s adult-use marijuana program focus on small outdoor growers – in particular, those with up to 1,000 square feet of growing space.
The idea is to make the new recreational market more accessible to individuals who until now have operated underground in the state’s legacy market, especially those operators disproportionately affected by the war on drugs and policing.
The small-is-beautiful approach also dovetails with Vermont’s reputation for locally made artisan products, such as maple syrup, cheese and craft beer.
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