Lower Operating Costs & Taxes

Offering reduced operating costs, tax incentives, expedited licensing, and infrastructure to support large-scale cultivation, manufacturing, and cultivation

Mixed-Light Cultivation

Lancaster is the only city in Los Angeles County that allows for mixed-light on non-agricultural.

Volatile Manufacturing

Very few municipalities in the state allow for volatile extraction.

Proximity to Los Angeles

Located 50 miles from Los Angeles, the the largest cannabis market in the world.

Cannabis Friendly

The city prides itself on being a cannabis-friendly city with leadership looking to attract businesses.

Working Relationship with City

Project developed in partnership with the City of Lancaster.

Renewable Energy

A co-generation plant was created for the purpose of providing sufficient power to cannabis projects in Lancaster. This includes bringing on energy generation through natural gas and alternative resources.

Local Labor

There is an abundance of skilled farmers and blue-collar labor in the city.

Central Hub

Prime location as a central hub to Souther California (~ 24 million people). In the likelihood of federal legalization, this property will allow for easy access from all of over the state.

Located in Los Angeles County, only 50 miles from the city of Los Angeles ​

Lancaster is located in L.A. County, just 50 miles from the city of Los Angeles, the largest cannabis market in the state. In February 2017, the City of Lancaster passed an ordinance allowing the city to license cannabis businesses in concert with the Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA) for the State of California. The Ordinance was amended in November 2018 to allow for adult-use commercial cannabis activities including cultivation, manufacturing and distribution and is designed to implement a highly regulated legal and compliance structure. The Ordinance allows licensing for commercial cannabis indoor cultivation including mixed light and greenhouse style structures, cultivation processing, nursery licenses, volatile and non-volatile manufacturing, infusion, testing labs and distribution. The Ordinance gives the City flexibility to amend it to allow for additional licensing in the future. 

Medical + Adult Use Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act (MAUCRSA)

The act allows for state licensing of cultivators, manufacturers, dispensaries, distributors and testing labs. The State requires dual licensing (local and state). It also requires individual plant tagging (unique identifiers), which the Lancaster ordinance requires to be implemented for all potential cultivators as part of their comprehensive security plan. Per State and Local law, all cannabis businesses shall be required to utilize METRC which is a seed to sale track and trace point of sale system to track inventory and revenue.

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