Cannabis Market Update Across the Country

By |October 2nd, 2018|

A number of states across the country have either recently passed their marijuana legalization or have made significant changes to their regulations. Let’s take a look at a few noteworthy happenings in the cannabis market.
CALIFORNIA
The Governor of California recently signed a bill that lets cities issue temporary marijuana event permits at any venue. Jerry Brown’s […]

Selling Excess Marijuana Across State Lines?

By |September 24th, 2018|

Marijuana overproduction in Oregon is hardly breaking news. We’ve covered it ourselves a number of times in the Pinnacle blog. Oregon is producing so much excess marijuana, that it is about three times more that it can consume. This overproduction has resulted in rotting marijuana and low-ball prices in the state. At this stage, there aren’t […]

CO’s Costly Marijuana Pesticide Testing

By |September 17th, 2018|

The Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) requires a lot of marijuana pesticide testing. The MED requires multiple testing on all marijuana flower and trim (but not concentrates). This results in redundancy and higher costs.

New marijuana pesticide testing in Colorado officially began Aug. 1. But cultivators have been busy contending with product gluts and falling wholesale prices. […]

Oregon Admits MMJ Mistakes

By |July 30th, 2018|

The first step is admitting you have a problem. To many, the admission couldn’t have come soon enough. The MMJ debacle in Oregon has come to a breaking point in the state. Dispensaries, cultivators, and more are losing money in an immensely overcrowded and overstocked industry. But it seems that finally, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), […]

Pinnacle Consultation’s Fowlkes Returns from Oregon Consults

By |March 17th, 2017|

With stops in St. Helens, Cornelius, South Beach, Hebo, Portland, Dayton and Gaston, Kris Fowlkes, director of commercial operations at Pinnacle Consultation (PinnacleConsultationInc.com), was on the go during a recent ten-day trip to provide that one-on-one personal attention for which Pinnacle Consultation is known. Pinnacle Consultation, a Colorado-based cannabusiness consulting firm, has seen its Oregon client base […]

Green Rush Buzz

By |February 1st, 2017|

 

It’s 420 somewhere and everyone is lighting up. Where are they getting their product? From you! Are you ready to get started with a cannabusiness? Pinnacle Consultation can provide assistance for every step along the path to getting your cannabusiness up and profitable. Pinnacle Consultation can help with your business plan, site location, financial projections, operational plans, licensing assistance, […]

Pinnacle Consultation: Oregon FAQs

By |January 23rd, 2017|

Pinnacle Consultation has seen an upswing in clients seeking to do business in Oregon. So many in fact, its experts have put together a list of frequently asked questions. For more information contact Pinnacle Consultation’s main office at 719.330.5301.
Oregon Licensing – General
 Q: Do you have to be an Oregon resident to receive a license?
A:  Due to recent legislative changes […]

Oregon’s Edibles

By |November 25th, 2016|

Licensed medical marijuana dispensries in Oregon can sell edibles, extracts and topicals under SB 1511.  Edibles are foods that contain marijuana, such as brownies. Extracts are concentrates processed from marijuana and used to make edibles. Extracts also can be smoked or vaporized.
The Oregon Health Authority recently issued temporary rules for early sales of recreational marijuana. Sales […]

Election 2016 Cannabis Ballot Issues

By |November 16th, 2016|

Upon the heels of Donald Trump’s election, four states approved retail adult use of cannabis and four approved medical marijuana use. That brings the total to 28 states with a legal cannabis industry.

California, Maine, Massachusetts and Nevada will join Colorado, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and the District of Columbia to offer cannabis for adult use. Arkansa, Floridas, Montana and North Dakota […]

Oregon to Vote on Recreational Pot Again

By |October 26th, 2016|

Election Day 2016 offers Oregon voters more than Presidential choices. It offers Oregon voters in 50 plus communities the chance to opt-into the recreational cannabis market. The very lucrative, ever growing, cannabis market. Communities seeking tax dollars to replace dying industires like logging and mining are looking to gain tax dollars from retail cannabis sales. Sales those communities rejected […]