Grants Pass, Ore. — Dozens of marijuana growers attended a workshop Wednesday, to better understand new reporting and tracking requirements. The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program has scheduled a series of community outreach sessions around the area.
Wednesday, it held one at the Grants Pass Library. The workshops teach registered medical growers how to designate a grow site administrator for sites that are required to use the state’s cannabis tracking system.
It also teaches growers how to access their Oregon Medical Marijuana Online System, or OMMOS accounts. An OMMOS account is required for monthly reporting.
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