CDFW’s Cannabis Program Holding Two Online Workshops to Review LSA Agreements and Documentation Requirements
Cultivators, Consultants and Other Interested Parties Encouraged to Attend
Who: The California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW) Cannabis Program
What: CDFW is hosting two online workshops to review how licensed cultivators can stay up to date with their Lake or Streambed Alteration (LSA) agreement and what to do when it is expired or when the project authorized by the agreement is complete.
The workshops will begin with a short presentation and conclude with a question and answer session. Participation in both workshops is not necessary, as the information shared during each will be identical. The workshop will also be recorded and posted online afterward. Prior registration is not required.
When and How:
Why: The workshops are geared toward cannabis cultivators with an active provisional or annual license from the Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) who also have an LSA agreement with CDFW. Understanding the requirements and next steps with an LSA agreement or project will keep cannabis operations in compliance with state laws. For those seeking to acquire a cultivation license from the DCC, please see our past workshops for how to obtain an LSA agreement or written verification an agreement is not needed: Cannabis Cultivation Permitting Workshops. To submit questions in advance of the workshop, email email@example.com with “Workshop Question” and the chosen workshop date in the subject line. Questions may also be asked during the workshop via the Zoom platform.
Janice Mackey, CDFW Communications, (916) 207-7891