Local Company Plans to Apply for Ohio Cannabis Cultivation License

Seeking support and partnership with a city in Northeast Ohio that is interested in supporting a cultivation space for a medical marijuana facility

CLEVELAND, OH - Harvest & Bloom announced plans to apply for a cultivation facility license that would pave the way for the company to build a medical marijuana cultivation and processing facility in Northeast Ohio.

Bret Adams is seeking support of a community in Northeast Ohio that would permit its business activities related to the cultivation and manufacturing of medical cannabis subject to obtaining a license with the state and satisfying all applicable local and state protection measures and rules.

Adams is the founder and chief executive officer of Chef Art Pour Restaurant Group (CAPRG) of Chagrin Falls.  Adding to the growing medical marijuana industry, Adams will head Harvest & Bloom.

 “We want to bring a community-driven and sustainable facility that is committed to providing affordable, high-quality medical cannabis to qualified patients in Ohio.” said Adams. 

“I am interested in partnering with a community in Northeast Ohio that is willing to support our team in finding the growth space that will provide alternative medicine, medical cannabis and medical cannabis products to Ohio qualifying patients.” said Adams.

Security will be paramount in the business development process.  Ensuring that the facilities are secure, including monitoring, intrusion protection, and inventory tracking requirements. 

Adams says, “We are securing a board of diverse experience that will consist of resources related to this project including medical council, security, IT and other reputable local business people.  Our team will also be investing in a strategic consulting partner with extensive experience that will help guide and advise throughout the process.

The proposed cultivation facility and processing plant owned by Harvest & Bloom will offer the exciting prospect of bringing significant well-paying jobs and opportunities to the area. The company is also looking to set up 4-5 dispensaries that would bring additional jobs and tax revenue to the area.

Adams is passionate about supporting and giving back to the community.  CAPRG currently supports numerous organizations, schools and local law and fire enforcement groups across Northeast Ohio.  Additionally, CAPRG has donated thousands of dollars to the Cleveland Clinic during its cancer awareness and holiday promotion.

“We are pleased to take this critical step to bring much-needed relief to Ohio patients who can benefit from these new legal remedies.  There are personal reasons why I am so passionate about this opportunity – In the last 18 months, I lost both of my parents to cancer and my mother-in-law is currently fighting ovarian cancer”, said Adams. 

Adams added, “We have a great opportunity to work together to build an industry and facility in Northeast Ohio that will provide medical cannabis to alleviate the hardship of so many people.”

For more information about Harvest & Bloom, please visit www.harvestandbloom.com.