The state Cannabis Control Commission last week issued licenses to three Wareham marijuana businesses.
At the Cannabis Control Commission’s Jan. 20 meeting, Trade Roots received a final retail license. Delivery company Doobie received a provisional license, as did Aspen Blue, the company planning to manufacture cannabis products in the steel building at the old Tremont Nail Factory.
Trade Roots now has its final license, which means the company can start moving its inventory into the retail space at 6 Thatcher Lane in the Kendrick Road industrial park. After one final state inspection, the business will be cleared to open.
Carl Giannone and Jesse Pitts, the company’s co-owners, said they expect the dispensary will be open by the end of February.
Over recent months, the company has been growing and processing cannabis into a variety of concentrates.
Visitors to Trade Roots will be able to get a peek behind the curtain, as it were, through a window from the dispensary into one of the grow rooms.
“To me, that’s the true highlight of the retail space,” said Pitts. Visitors will be able to see the plants throughout their life-cycle.
“Over the last few months, we’ve really been