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​​​​​​Oregon Hemp Laws​

Hemp program rules

Rules implementing the Oregon hemp program. Includes, but is not limited to, license requirements, pre- and post-harvest testing requirements, as well establishes hemp law violations. OAR 603-048: hemp program rules

OHA testing rules

All hemp commodities or products used for human consumption - eating/drinking, smoking, or applications to skin/hair - must be tested to the same standards as marijuana as established by the the Oregon Health Authority (OHA). Links below are referenced in the hemp post-harvest testing rules (OAR 603-048-2300 to 603-048-2500). OAR 333-007 Marijuana Labeling, Concentration Limits, and Testing
OAR 333-064 Accreditation of Laboratories

Oregon Revised Statute Chapter 571

Oregon statutes establishing the hemp program ORS 571.260 to 571.348

New Hemp Vendor License

Starting July 1, 2024:  
In Oregon, any hemp retailers or wholesalers who store, transfer, or sell industrial hemp or hemp items for resale to another person must get a hemp vendor license from the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA), as per OAR 603-048-0175.  The vendor license costs $100 per year and is valid from July 1 – June 30. This schedule aligns with ODA's Food Safety and Weights and Measures licensing cycle, making it easier for customers who need multiple licenses to do business with ODA. 

ODA Vendor Site Hemp License_FAQ.pdf 

Find the application at -​.

Hemp Item Specific Information

​HB 3000, 2021 Oregon Legislature, created some over lapping laws for hemp items between the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission (OLCC) and ODA.  The over lapping laws are around: 

  • ​sales to minors, 
  • use of synthe​tic (or lab-created) cannabinoids, 
  • amount of THC allowed in all products, and
  • packaging and labeling requirements for hemp vape products.
For information and rules beyond what is listed below, visit the OLCC website.

Information on No Sales to Minors

For Oregon businesses selling CBD and consumable hemp items. Information on No Sales to Minors

OLCC and ODA video overview of July 1, 2022 changes

ODA and OLCC met with a member of the hemp industry to discuss the July 1, 2022 hemp item changes. We recorded that conversation for others who may be interested. Video overview of July 1st hemp cannabinoid rule changes

One-page overview of changes to hemp products - effective July 1, 2022

These changes impact any business that sells cannabinoid hemp and CBD products to Oregon consumers, except for OLCC-licensed marijuana retailers. This includes grocery and convenience stores, smoke shops, and CBD stores in Oregon, as well as online vendors selling to Oregon consumers. Overview of changes to hemp products - effective July 1, 2022

Hemp Product THC Concentration and Serving Size Limits When Sold to Oregon Consumers - Effective July 1, 2022
​Type of Hemp Product
​Maximum amount of total delta-9-THC per serving
​Maximum amount of total delta-9-THC per container
Maximum concentration of total delta-9-THC
​2 mg
​20 mg


​Transdermal patches

​2 mg

​20 mg




​100 mg


​Usable/smokable hemp






​Cannabinoid hemp products other than edibles, topicals, tinctures, or transdermal patches
​2 mg
​20 mg
​​Federal Hemp Program

2018 Farm Bill: Subtitle G—hemp production

2018 Farm Bill

Federal (USDA) hemp production program

The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (2018 Farm Bill, Section 10113) directs the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) to issue regulations and guidance to implement a program for the commercial production of industrial hemp in the United States. USDA hemp production program

State of Oregon hemp plan (2022)

State of Oregon hemp plan

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Hemp Program
635 Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Phone: 503-986-4652
Fax: 503-986-4786

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Visit the hemp license contacts and data webpage if you are looking for contact information.​​