Welcome!

Welcome to the METRC Blog! Are you currently operating a licensed cannabis business in California, Colorado, Oregon, Alaska, Michigan, or Maryland?  If yes, then you’re required to report seed-to-sale tracking data to METRC, the government cannabis traceability system in those states.  There are a lot of questions when it comes to METRC and unfortunately, the company does not offer support and can be very difficult to reach to obtain answers.  Do I need a 3rd party system in my state?  Should I hire someone to manage METRC in my cultivation facility, manufacturing/processing facility, or dispensary?  Is there any way to minimize costs of these dang RFID tags?

Do I need a 3rd party system in my state?  Should I hire someone to manage METRC in my cultivation facility, manufacturing/processing facility, or dispensary?  Is there any way to minimize costs of these dang RFID tags?

Should I hire someone to manage METRC in my cultivation facility, manufacturing/processing facility, or dispensary?  Is there any way to minimize costs of these dang RFID tags?

Is there any way to minimize costs of these dang RFID tags?

There are a lot of uncertainties, especially in new states like California that have been in operation for years and never had to report to a stateside tracking system.  You have questions, and we have answers.  Want to know about something not covered?  Shoot us your questions to metrcblog@gmail.com and we’ll get them answered!


About The METRC Blog

 

metrc blog - marijuana enforcement tracking reporting complianceThis blog is dedicated to information and updates regarding METRC, the government appointed cannabis traceability system in California, Colorado, Oregon, Michigan, Maryland, and Alaska.  Our goal is to inform readers about how METRC works, how you can stay compliant using METRC, and help licensees and cannabis business owners understand the intricacies of METRC Integration and why it’s so important.  This blog is not owned or operated by Franwell, METRC or any of its affiliates.  This is operated independently by an individual who uses METRC regularly in multiple states.

Check out our first blog post, What is METRC?