industrial hemp

Let’s Talk Hemp Hawaii – Conference & Expo June 10 in Hilo

The Hawaii Industrial Hemp program builds momentum heading into summer

Loveland, CO — (ReleaseWire) — 05/31/2017 –The 8th annual Hemp History Week runs from June 5-11 nationwide with over 150 events taking place across the United States. On June 10, the inaugural Hawaii Hemp Conference will convene at the Hilo Hawaiian Hotel for a full day of the #LetsTalkHemp Speaker and Panel Series and a mini-expo featuring a wide assortment of industrial, nutritional, and nutraceutical products made from industrial hemp.

Let’s […]

Ten Days Before Expo, Hickenlooper Signs Bill on Study of Hemp for Animal Feed

Let the research begin.

Governor John Hickenlooper has signed a bill that will create a group to study the feasibility of using hemp products in animal feed, working under the commissioner of agriculture. The group will include a hemp producer, a hemp processor, a legal expert, a higher-education representative who’s studied hemp policy, a veterinarian, a livestock producer, and anyone else the commissioner decides could help expand a discussion of hemp.

“Over the course of history, the stuff grew wild in Nebraska and Kansas and all over the Midwest. It’s not like animals haven’t been feeding on hemp and cannabis seeds […]

A Conversation with the Industrial Hemp Research Foundation

Official Nonprofit Beneficiary of the NoCo Hemp Expo 4

The task of reestablishing industrial hemp farming does not happen in a vacuum. While the farmers and the producers do the hard work of cultivating and bringing hemp to the masses, just as essential are those in the background helping to create the framework that the burgeoning hemp industry will sit upon. The Industrial Hemp Research Foundation (IHRF) is one such organization.

The IHRF was created after the passage of the 2014 Farm Bill and the ensuing mandate to allow industrial hemp for research cultivation. By facilitating research […]

Let American Farmers Grow Hemp Once Again to Create Jobs and Rebuild the Rural Economy, Petition 2-11-2017

NHA Hemp Blog, Editorial

It’s a natural state of affairs that as time moves on and human society progresses, there’s a tendency for industries to come and go. We learn new things and develop new technologies and, as a result, certain industries fade out and new ones take their place. Areas with diverse economies based off of multiple industries can usually weather these storms, but it can be harder for rural economies that are often small in scale and tend to lack that diversity. The impact can be severe, leading to limited job prospects, poverty, and sometimes the dissolution of […]

Early Bird Ticket Sales for NoCo Hemp Expo 2017 End January 27

Join the largest gathering of its kind in North America, where everyone has a role in Setting the Stage for Hemp Tomorrow

Loveland, CO — (ReleaseWire) — 01/11/2017 –Early bird tickets for NoCo Hemp Expo 2017 are on sale through January 27th. Industry experts from around the globe will be in attendance, and thousands of burgeoning entrepreneurs, investors, innovators, farmers, and consumers alike, will descend upon the Loveland location to join the hemp revolution currently underway in the USA.

The NoCo Hemp Expo Hall will be filled with exhibitors and sponsors showcasing a wide array of products, services, technology, and equipment […]