March 31 – April 1, 2017
NoCo Hemp Expo
Setting the Stage
For Hemp Tomorrow
Welcome to the 4th annual Northern Colorado Hemp Expo. We are setting the stage for hemp tomorrow and are on the pathway to hemp freedom. Please join us for NoCo4 on Friday and Saturday, March 31- April 1, 2017 at the Ranch Events Complex in Loveland, Colorado.
NoCo4 brings together hemp-centric companies, industry expert speakers, feature-rich workshops, robust legal, investment and business tracks, plus interactive expo hall time at the two-day event. Our line-up of educational programming, will demonstrate how hemp is grown, processed, used for nutrition and health, building materials, paper, food, fuel, textiles and much more.
Structured specifically for the industrial hemp industry, this year’s conference will be another world-class event for entrepreneurs, industry professionals and the community, to learn about the many benefits of hemp.
With a large and diverse gathering of hemp-enthusiasts under one familiar roof, NoCo4 is the place to expand vital business-building opportunities within the global hemp markets. Look for exhibitor and sponsor registration to open in early October. If you’re interested in sponsoring, exhibiting, donating or speaking, please fill out the information form here.
For all of you that have participated in the past “thank you” for making the NoCo Hemp Expo an overwhelming success! Be sure to check out our videos from the LET’S TALK HEMP stage, featuring footage from the 2016 event. You can also visit NoCo Hemp Expo community page on Facebook. Sponsor and Exhibitor opportunities opening in early October, 2016.
“The Northern Colorado Hemp Expo is an absolutely fantastic event, professionally organized and operated, and held in a beautiful venue and location. I look forward to exhibiting at NoCo Hemp Expo each year, due to the positive energy and passion that farmers, entrepreneurs, researchers, vendors, and public attendees bring to this amazing conference. The perfect networking and educational event, helping re-establish hemp as the most vital plant on the planet.”
– Darrell Koerner | Chelsea Green Publishing