Medical Cannabis Registration Event

Join us to learn about the medical cannabis program and receive assistance registering. ​

The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) will be hosting medical cannabis registration events at multiple locations across Maryland. The MMCC is focused on ensuring that medical cannabis is available to qualifying patients in a safe and effective manner. If you are a resident of Maryland and would like to learn more about the medical cannabis program, we invite you to one of the many on-going registration and learning sessions. MMCC Quality Assurance Representatives, along with other staff members will be on-hand to walk you through the patient and caregiver program as well as assist you with registering if you choose to do so. We understand that not everyone will be able to access this list, so we ask you to assist in spreading the word about our patient registration sessions.

 


Date

County

Location

August 30, 2018

11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Harford

Harford County Council

September 13, 2018

11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Queen Anne's

Queen Anne's Library

September 14, 2018

11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Wicomico

Wicomico Public Library

September 25, 2018

11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Anne Arundel

100 Community Place Crownsville

If you are registering yourself as a patient or caregiver please bring your government ID (driver’s license, MVA card, passport or military ID). NOTE: If your government ID does not show your current address, you must also bring TWO documents that prove your current address, such as a utility bill, bank statement, rental contract, mortgage statement, or a federal or state document with your name and current address. Documentation must be dated within the past 90 days and we cannot accept forwarded mail.

If you are registering an adult who will not be present at the Outreach and Education Fair please bring: A passport photo of the applicant. If you cannot get a passport photo taken, you can bring another photo, but please make sure it meets our photo guidelines. A copy of the applicant’s government ID (driver’s license, MVA card, passport or military ID). NOTE: If the applicant’s government ID does not show his/her current address, you must also bring TWO documents that prove his/her current address, such as a utility bill, bank statement, rental contract, mortgage statement, or a federal or state document with his/her name and current address. Documentation must be dated within the past 90 days and we cannot accept forwarded mail. 

If you are registering a minor patient please bring a 
passport photo of the minor. If you cannot get a passport photo taken, you can bring another photo, but please make sure it meets our photo guidelines. We can take a photo if he/she is present at the registration fair. A notarized copy of the MMCC Minor Patient Form, a birth certificate, adoption papers, or court order that establishes you to be the parent or legal guardian of the minor. Also, bring your government ID (driver’s license, MVA card, passport or military ID). NOTE: If your government ID does not show your current address, you must also bring TWO documents that prove your current address, such as a utility bill, bank statement, rental contract, mortgage statement, or a federal or state document with your name and current address. Documentation must be dated within the past.
  

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If you would like for the MMCC staff to do a medical cannabis registration event in your area please email
 jenniferb.white@maryland.gov





NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT GUIDANCE DOCUMENT
FOR MEDICAL CANNABIS GROWERS
 
If you are a pre-approved Grower, please refer to the Nutrient Management Guidance.  It contains many helpful resources and links for pre-approved Growers who are designing a nutrient management plan, as required by the Regulations. The Guidance also contains a link to the Maryland Department of Agriculture-University of Maryland Extension’s publication, “Writing Nutrient Management Plans for Nursery and Greenhouse Operations”.