All cultivation centers in Illinois now approved to grow for adult use

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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (December 27, 2019) – The Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDOA) has now approved all 21 cultivation centers to grow cannabis for adult use. The department has approved the three outstanding cultivating licenses authorized under state law.

Bedford Grow, LLC in Bedford Park; ILGrown Medicine, LLC in Elk Grove Village; and JG IL, LLC in Edgewood are now approved to grow cannabis for adult use, bringing the number of cultivation centers in Illinois to 21. Currently, only cultivation centers licensed to grow medical marijuana can apply for early approval adult-use growth. Social equity applicants will have additional opportunities to apply for cultivation center licenses in an upcoming phase.

In addition to Bedford Grow, LLC; ILGrown Medicine, LLC; and JG IL, LLC, 18 other cultivation centers have been licensed for adult-use growth:

  1. Ataraxia- Albion
  2. Compass Ventures, Inc. – Litchfield
  3. Cresco Labs, LLC – Joliet
  4. Cresco Labs, LLC – Kankakee
  5. Cresco Labs, LLC – Lincoln
  6. Curative Health Cultivation, LLC – Aurora
  7. GTI Oglesby, LLC – Oglesby
  8. GTI Rock Island, LLC – Rock Island
  9. IESO, LLC – Carbondale
  10. InGrown Farms – Freeport
  11. Nature’s Grace and Wellness, LLC – Vermont
  12. PharmaCann, LLC – Dwight
  13. PharmaCann, LLC – Hillcrest
  14. Progressive Treatment Solutions – East St. Louis
  15. Revolution Cannabis, LLC (DBA Ascend Illinois) – Barry
  16. Revolution Cannabis, LLC – Delavan
  17. Shelby County Community Services – Shelbyville
  18. Wellness Group Pharms, LLC – Anna

Adult-use cannabis license applications for craft growers, infusers, and transporters will be available through the IDOA beginning on January 7, 2020, with an application deadline of March 15, 2020.

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  1. Adult-use cannabis license applications for craft growers, infusers, and transporters. I can’t find it on the website Department of Illinois agriculture

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