Does not include usage of the HIA Member Badge; all other benefits apply.
All members are required to adhere to HIA’s Members Code of Ethics.
Includes the right to vote (or be a candidate) in HIA Board elections and at business meetings. Six months of membership directly preceding an election is required.
Suited for current or prospective hemp producers at small to medium family farms, research farms, and cooperatives.
Intended for non-profits, farm bureaus, regulators, extension programs, educational and public service institutions.
Structured to benefit large family farms, manufacturers of machinery/equipment, non-family farms, national suppliers, and bigger agricultural concerns.
Participate in the sustainable development of hemp as a resource for investing in the American heartland, expanding opportunities for marginalized and underserved communities, spurring innovation, and enriching the quality of life for all.
Be part of the longest-standing national hemp community, with an unmatched network and almost thirty years of hemp education and advocacy, and help to write the next chapter in the history of hemp.
Understand how hemp can help diversify your crops, gain practical and agronomic knowledge of hemp farming, regenerative-organic methods, and the hemp plant's unique value in sustainable agriculture