Harvest Law Group

Harvest Law Group

Attorneys for California's Cannabis Industry


Legal Counsel to the Cannabis Industry's Leaders 

Harvest Law Group is an innovative law firm specializing in the laws and regulations governing California’s cannabis industry. We assist our clients with compliance with local laws and the Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act, as well as local permitting and state licensing. 

Please call or email us to set up a consultation, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page.




1020 12th St, Ste 222
Sacramento, CA 95814


(916) 572-5705




We assist clients with preparing, submitting and obtaining local permits for all cannabis business types in several cities and counties, including our home jurisdiction of the City of Sacramento.  


We work with clients to help craft their business strategies, saving them time, capital and energy by being on the right path and in compliance from the beginning. 


We work with clients to obtain temporary and annual state licenses from CalCannabis, the Bureau of Cannabis Control and the Manufactured Cannabis Safety Branch. 


We assist clients with questions and concerns about various issues, including fair terms for real estate purchases and leases and options for energy efficiency. 


We help our clients navigate local and state laws and regulations to ensure that their businesses are compliant. We also analyze business models and innovations for compliance. 

identifying opportunities

We identify and create opportunities in California and beyond to advance our clients' business interests through our network both within and outside the cannabis industry. 


What we plant in the soil of contemplation, we shall reap in the harvest of action.
— Meister Eckhart


Contact Us 

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