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Legal Cannabis in Alaska

In Alaska, it is legal under state law for adults 21 years of age and older to possess and give away (to other adults) up to one ounce of cannabis, and to grow, possess, and give away up to six marijuana plants.  

Under regulations that went into effect in February 2016, Alaska grants licenses to the following types of marijuana businesses:  retail marijuana stores, cultivation facilities, product manufacturing, concentrate manufacturing, and testing facilities.  

Alaska is currently accepting applications for recreational marijuana business licenses.

Review the Marijuana Establishment License Application Instructions.  

You can apply for an Alaska marijuana business license here.

Ballot Measure

In November 2014, Alaska voted to legalize the use, production, and sale of marijuana by adults 21 years of age or older.


Alaska Statue Chapter 17.38 implements the legalization of marijuana for use, production, and sale.


Alaska Administrative Code Chapter 306 provides for the regulation of the marijuana industry.

More information on local regulations and bylaws can be found at the Alaska Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office.