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Vermont Cannabis Laws

As of July 2018, it is legal under Vermont law for adults at least 21 years of age to possess no more than one ounce of marijuana.  Adults may cultivate up to six plants (two mature at once) for personal use and may legally possess whatever they harvest.

The law does not provide for the legal sale or manufacturing of recreational cannabis at this time.

Vermont provides information on its medical marijuana program here.

Vermont is not currently accepting applications for recreational cannabis business licenses.


The Vermont marijuana advisory board is currently studying what is needed to implement a legal marketplace in which marijuana is taxed and regulated, and plans to report findings to the governor by Dec. 15, 2018.