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The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) is creating a cannabis program that will be comparable to the National Organic Program, the federal regulatory program that develops and enforces uniform national standards for organically produced agricultural products sold in the United States. California’s comparable-to-organic cannabis program will begin on January 1, 2021, and applicants will be required to hold an active state cannabis license.

Thank you for helping us assess interest in this comparable-to-organic cannabis certification process and for sharing some basic information about your cannabis business. 

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* 1. Are you interested in applying for a California comparable-to-organic cannabis certification?

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* 2. Do you currently employ organic farming practices?

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* 3. Does your farming operation include non-cannabis commodities that have been registered as organic by a National Organic Program certifying agent?

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* 4. Applicants for this state cannabis certification program must hold an active state cannabis license. Do you hold, or have you applied for, a CDFA cannabis cultivation license?

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* 6. Comments:

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* 7. Please enter your email address below if you would like to receive email alerts from CDFA’s comparable-to-organic certification program:

Thank you for your assistance!
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