Cannabis Studies Lab

Cannabis Studies Lab Projects

The Cannabis Studies Lab is a faculty-student collaboration of the Cannabis Studies program housed in the Department of Sociology at Cal Poly Humboldt in Arcata, California. This applied social science collaboration has four intersecting projects: Legacy Genetics Study, Events, the California Licensed Geography Project, and the Subsistence Crop Podcast.


Licensed Geography

  • California Cultivation: Degree of Enclosure and Energy Use
    All data displayed below were pulled from the California Department of Cannabis Control Cannabis Unified License Search tool, accessed on January 29, 2024. Our second post (California License Types: License Counts, and Maximum Canopy) introduced Read more…
  • California Cultivation: License Counts and Maximum Canopy
    All data displayed below were pulled from the California Department of Cannabis Control Cannabis Unified License Search tool, accessed on January 29, 2024. Overview At a very basic level, the DCC database tells us how Read more…
  • California Licensed Geography Overview
    The California License Geography project at the Cannabis Studies Lab analyzes publicly available data from the Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) Unified License Search webpage to visualize and analyze the uneven implementation of legal cannabis Read more…

Events


Subsistence Crop Podcast