• Suzanna Thallman

Strawberry Fields Dispensary In Marietta Plans For June Opening

Updated: Aug 6, 2019


Strawberry Fields dispensary located at the corner of Greene Street and the Williamstown Bridge. [Source: Janelle Patterson, The Marietta Times]

The Marietta Times announced yesterday that the Strawberry Fields dispensary plans on opening their Marietta location next month!

According to Marietta City Law Director Paul Bertram, They called and had indicated they would be opening in the first 10 days of June. They would still need final inspections and licensing through the state board of pharmacy, medical marijuana board and Department of Commerce.

Strawberry Fields will be owned by Cannascend Alternative, a company has received a total of 4 provisional certificates to operate dispensaries in Ohio. The Marietta store-front will be located at 414 Greene Street, joining three other dispensaries in the southeast region of Ohio that are currently operational.


Strawberry Fields Waiting Room Design

The Strawberry Fields dispensaries are currently still awaiting the final state inspection to receive their certificate of operation. Generally, dispensaries have been opening their doors for the first time roughly 1-2 weeks after receiving their certificate of operation.


This is optimistic news for Cannascend Alternatives as they have been working with the Logan City Council to ensure that they will be able to open their Strawberry Fields location at 245 West Main Street. With over $1.25 million in investments, the Logan dispensary is currently caught in a stand-still as they have been working to overturn a Logan City ordinance that prohibits medical marijuana entities to establish operations within the city.


There has not been a recent update on the other Strawberry Field dispensaries, which will be located at 300 North Main Street in Monroe and 333 Wayne Avenue in Dayton. In late-March The Cincinnati Enquirer reported that all of the Strawberry Fields locations would be opening in the month of April, with the exception of Dayton. Since then there has not been another official update from a company representative on these locations.


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