Bill To Create Industrial Hemp Pilot Program Clears Panel

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Bill To Create Industrial Hemp Pilot Program Clears Panel
A bill to allow the cultivation and distribution of industrial hemp for research was approved by the House Finance Committee on Friday. Senate Bill 2659 would create an industrial hemp pilot program that would allow licensed agents of the state Board …
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Turku University to study industrial hemp uses in construction
Turku University of Applied Sciences has been given a 70-thousand euro grant to research how industrial hemp could be used more in construction. The goal is to see whether the energy efficient and eco-friendly hemp and lime-based hemp concrete could …
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TV personality Tim Gunn gunning to promote hemp bill for Massachusetts

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TV personality Tim Gunn gunning to promote hemp bill for Massachusetts
He will ask legislators to pass a bill, currently before the Legislature, allowing farmers in Massachusetts to grow industrial hemp, according to Kathryn Hilderbrand, the owner of The Good Clothing Co. Hilderbrand's company expanded this year into Fall …
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Wana Dubie calls for Schwagstock reunion at Hemp Day
An inspection of Wana Dubie's hemp ball by The Salem News found it has grown to the current size of a basketball. “Rome wasn't built in a day, and neither will be the hemp ball,” Wana Dubie said. “The important thing to recognize is how many people …
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Hemp Fest attendees lined up for 'edibles'
About 50 people stood in line around 11 a.m. Saturday at Hemp Fest in Moscow's East City Park waiting to buy what one called "dessert" and another labeled "edibles." The seller's handprinted menu, passed up and down the line, was offering – for $ 6 each …
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Hemp dog treats go south

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Hemp dog treats go south
The Lower Mainland company that produces hemp-based pet nutrition products signed an agreement with Pet Food Experts for the distribution of True Hemp dog chews into the United States. The agreement with Pawtucket, Rhode Island-based Pet Food …

Industrial hemp pilot program seeks funding
… left, and Rep. Mary Franson testify before the House Agriculture Finance Committee April 7 in support of a bill that would provide funding for an industrial hemp pilot program. … Posted in Local News on Saturday, April 9, 2016 10:22 am. Updated …
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State House approves industrial hemp bill
Hemp can be used to make a variety of products including fabric, paper and fuel. Republican Representative Russ Diamond of Lebanon County sponsored the House bill. Under his proposal, the state Department of Agriculture and colleges would oversee …

Hemp history will be made this spring

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Hemp history will be made this spring
Spilde aims to take delivery around May 1 from two Canadian seed suppliers, who will meet her at the border with 1,775 pounds of hemp seed in 10 varieties. Cost of the seed is $ 2.50 a pound, “higher than we expected,” Spilde said. The producers in the …
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Indian hemp: Weed found hidden under sachet water – police
This year about 10 cases involving Indian hemp has arisen. On March 10, two suspects were arrested with 435 slabs of Indian hemp but DSP Ahiatafu added that the police service will wage a war against those who are only interested in dealing in drugs in …

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Tennessee lawmaker says growing hemp will get easier
Tennessee legislator Jeremy Faison is working to make Tennessee a hemp state. He has two bills in the works that he said would make it easier for Tennessee farmers to access seeds, and sell their product. The first, HB2032, would allow Tennessee to …
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City's hemp company deal paused
The federal Food and Drug Administration is tightening its oversight of the hemp oil industry and that prompted City Council to approve a four-month “timeout” in its agreement with CBD Biosciences, the new hemp oil venture that is occupying the old …
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Hemp Processing Facility Update and U.S. Hemp Industry Updates

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Hemp Processing Facility Update and U.S. Hemp Industry Updates
In other industrial hemp news, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture is now looking for farmers to participate in their hemp pilot program that was ordered by the state legislature, last year. "It will be the first time that hemp has been grown …
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'Hemp Road Trip' stops in Johnson City
Rick Trojan who runs a hemp farm in Colorado is behind all of this. He said hemp farms are profitable and can create jobs. He also said hemp can be used to make food, clothes and even construction materials. Right now the federal government is …
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Missouri lawmakers push to restore hemp as crop
Most people reflect proudly on the idea of Mayflower's sails waving in the wind as America's first settlers approached the new land. But those same people probably don't realize those sails symbolizing our foundation were made mostly of hemp. The hemp …
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Industrial hemp on the road to legalization
Congress introduced legislation in 2014 with the Farm Bill, which allows universities and industrial institutions to cultivate industrial hemp for limited purposes, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. In Missouri, legislation …
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Lawmakers Propose Bill To Allow Hemp Production

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How’s this for #news: #Italian #gelato shop Perleco makes a gelato using shelled #hemp seeds. This is prompting other local #food stores to offer #cannabis #pizzas and #liquors! Full article onn #cnn:
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Lawmakers Propose Bill To Allow Hemp Production
Hemp production is already going on in 28 other states. It's used to make everything from building materials, car parts, to food. Lawmakers are looking to add Alabama to the list but an uphill battle will be to change the perception of what hemp …
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Oregon, Washington Trying Again On Hemp Legalization
Hemp produces oil seed and fiber that processors turn into a wide range of goods from clothing and food to body care products. Several hemp advocates testified Tuesday in separate public hearings in Salem and Olympia that the plant can even be used in …
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Growing hemp in Otero County
Chavez is the owner/operator of Diamond A Farms, which is working with Whole Hemp, the processor of the crop. Other companies do the formulation for the final products. Frank Milenski was working with Diamond A last year, overseeing the farming. Chavez …
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