Relevant statistics and data surrounding cannabis in Oregon which are reported by various sources are constantly changing and the Oregon-Idaho HIDTA continuously reviews the information that is made available. As part of the program’s continuing review of available, reliable and relevant data surrounding cannabis in Oregon, a noticeable shift in Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) and Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) registrant information for grow sites and producers was identified. Because the new information reflects a fairly significant change from the data reported in An Initial Assessment of Cannabis Production, distribution, and Consumption in Oregon 2018 – An Insight Report which was published last week, the Oregon-Idaho HIDTA has amended previously reported data and has issued an updated report.
Changes from the previous report are summarized below:
- OLCC reported producer statistics are updated and clarified with figures from August 1, 2018 – pages 9, 13, and 15
OMMP grow site statistics are updated and clarified with figures from July 2018 – page 15
Reported grow site to user ratio updated – pages 9, 13, and 16
Info-graphic showing ratio of grow site to users updated – page 16
Essential Elements of Information (EEI) updated – pages 9 and 13
OLCC and OMMP retailer, wholesaler, and caregiver statistics updated with information from August 1, 2018 and July 2018, respectively – pages 9, 13, and 20
Updated technical appendix to reflect new calculations time frame – page 46
All footnotes have been adjusted to reflect the data changes
The updated version of An Initial Assessment of Cannabis Production, Distribution, and Consumption in Oregon 2018 – An Insight Report (8-6-18) is located in the REPORTS & FORMS section of this web site. Previous copies of the report which were released prior to 8-6-18 should be replaced with the new version.