The first Medical Marijuana farm has broken ground in Ohio on Thursday the 14th.
Yellow Springs, Ohio will be the home for Ohio’s first cultivation facility. CEO Charles Bachtell of Chicago based Cresco Labs said, “Yellow Springs was on board with this collaborative process as soon as we started talking. We really hit it off.'' The building will be a 50,000 square foot state of the art greenhouse that will cost roughly $7 million dollars.
Of the 109 applicants to become marijuana operations in Ohio, Cresco Labs became one of the 12 business that were selected by the state earlier this month. The state selected Cresco to run the large 25,000 square feet operations. The greenhouse in Yellow Springs will be 25,000 square feet of growing space and the other 25,000 square feet will be used as office space and packing rooms.
The building will include the latest agricultural and environmental methods.