FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT IS THE CANNABIS RESEARCH COALITION?
The Cannabis Research Coalition is a professional group dedicated to cannabis research. Dr. Allison Justice & The Hemp Mine LLC, an industry leader in cannabis genetics and production, have partnered with Dr. Jim Faust’s Flowering Physiology Laboratory at Clemson University to address the cultivation and postharvest issues that challenge today’s cannabis industry.
WHO LEADS THE RESEARCH AT THE CRC?
Members prioritize and provide direction to the production and postharvest research projects undertaken by the CRC based on industry needs. Dr. Jim Faust and Dr. Allison Justice are University and Industry Leaders for CRC Research. You can read more about them here.
WHAT ARE THE MEMBER BENEFITS?
Members prioritize and provide direction to the production and postharvest research projects undertaken by the CRC based on industry needs.
Members meet virtually with The Hemp Mine & Clemson University teams at the monthly Member Cafe for research updates and discussions.
Members receive SOPs for production and postharvest methods.
Members gather at an annual conference for in-depth discussions of research results and to set priorities and goals for the next year.
Allied trade members (vendors to the cannabis industry) provide members with exclusive offers.
Members have exclusive access to cannabisrc.org member pages, journal, and member forum.
See more information about how to join here.
HOW DO I JOIN?
IS MY MEMBERSHIP FEE TAX DEDUCTIBLE?
The Cannabis Research Coalition does not have non-profit status, but your membership fee may offer tax benefits in the form of research and development tax credit. Please check with your tax advisor for more information.