The initial meeting has been rescheduled for September 11 at 2 pm Eastern. HIA members who believe U.S. hemp could benefit from such a campaign, or just want to learn more about the idea, are invited to RSVP to Executive Director, Jody McGinness before September 11. Click here to check your membership status and renew or join today.
In the event you missed the announcement, HIA Members in good standing are invited to participate in an initial discussion to gauge interest in and explore the potential for a U.S. Hemp Checkoff Program. This two and a half hour, exploratory web conference call will review the potential requirements and steps that would be necessary for the hemp industry to implement the kind of research and promotional program that has had major positive impacts on domestic commodities for over fifty years, and spawned seminal marketing campaigns like: “Got Milk?” and “Pork: The Other White Meat."
New benefits include access to a National Policy Insiders Call: an exclusive, monthly discussion and Q&A hosted by HIA's Executive Director and featuring guests with expertise on federal policy developments and their potential ramifications for the U.S. hemp industry.
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A long-simmering dispute over hemp and CBD legislation in California is coming to a head, with a compromise bill possible this week.
There isn’t much time.
The race is on to get California CBD legislation passed before the end of August, when the state legislature’s 2020 session ends. Lawmakers have to file, debate and pass the bill by Monday – or California’s booming hemp and CBD industries will have to wait until 2021 to see an update to creaky CBD regulations in the nation’s most populous state.
Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) is joining several of his colleagues in calling on the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to delay the implementation of proposed hemp rules, citing concerns about certain restrictive policies the federal agency has put forward in an interim proposal.
The senator sent a letter to Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue on Tuesday, urging the department to hold off on a final rule until it is able to consult with stakeholders and state regulators “to ensure workable rules that allow the industry to thrive.”
In a long-anticipated action, the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) issued an interim final rule (IFR) on the implementation of the hemp provisions of the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 (Farm Bill) as it relates to marijuana and tetrahydrocannabinols (THC) under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA).
Based in Baton Rouge, LA, Cypress Hemp is on a mission to help revitalize the American hemp industry and to provide sustainable alternatives to many of society's unsustainable practices.
In addition to using only USA grown, organically farmed hemp and providing fully transparent third-party lab results for every batch of their cannabinoid products, they also use carbon credits to offset the emissions created from shipping, use 100% mother nature approved packaging AND plant a tree for every purchase made!
Join New West Genetics, in person, September 14th, for an exclusive harvest showcase featuring a Harvest Demonstration. Join virtually, beginning in October, to Follow-the-Flower of ABOUND™ from the field all the way to the consumer.
These events are designed for row crop farmers interested in growing hemp profitably with existing machinery, and for established professionals in hemp agronomy, academia, and science. The harvest demo and virtual events will revolutionize the way you think about hemp.