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Minnesota Cannabis College

Minnesotans are ready to become cannabis entrepreneurs.
From growers to processors to retail operators, the cannabis market in Minnesota will provide a wide variety of new jobs and careers.

Join us in learning more about how this industry might look.

About MCC

The Minnesota Cannabis College is dedicated to educating Minnesotans about the upcoming cannabis industry. We specialize in providing education about careers in cannabis, from growing and processing to retail and microbusinesses. We also plan to provide hands-on experiences to prepare indivudals for careers in growing, processing, and selling cannabis products (pending the legalization of cannabis in MN).

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Minnesota Cannabis Arrests by the Numbers

Earlier this week, the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension released the 2019 Uniform Crime Report which detailed criminal arrests made in the state throughout that year. “In 2019, Minnesota recorded a 4.7% increase in [reported] crimes,” the report’s cover letter reads. But what does this report say about cannabis arrests (called “marijuana-related drug abuse arrests”)Continue reading “Minnesota Cannabis Arrests by the Numbers”

Dr. Jon Thompson on the Science and Business of Cannabis Extraction

Dr. Jon Thompson is the founder and CEO of extraktLAB and United Science, a Wisconsin-based manufacturer of hemp and cannabis extraction and distillation equipment. ExtraktLAB also operates a 80,000 sq ft hemp extraction and processing facility in Osceola, WI able to process over 5 tons per day. Taking hemp biomass and making CBD distillate andContinue reading “Dr. Jon Thompson on the Science and Business of Cannabis Extraction”

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“The illegality of cannabis is outrageous, an impediment to full utilization of a drug which helps produce the serenity and insight, sensitivity and fellowship so desperately needed in this increasingly mad and dangerous world.”

Carl Sagan