Cannabis Returns to the Historic Mayan Theater with New Documentary

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18 months on the road, The Hemp Road Trip debuts full length movie to #EndProhibition The Mayan Theater was built in 1930, one of only three remaining themed theaters from that Era in the United states. When the theater opened, cannabis was sold nationwide in tinctures, clothing, rope, food and manufacturing inputs. Seven years later, in 1937, America’s first arrest for cannabis possession happened down the street at the Lexington hotel, sending Samuel Caldwell, who sold two…

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Hemp Harvest Party: A Celebration of the Season

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By: Thomas Ivory –  Colorado’s third harvest of regulated outdoor industrial hemp is soon complete, just like the dwindling hot days of summer. The cool autumn nights ask for much work still to be done, but time for celebrating the bounty of hard work and dedication is also appreciated. We are lucky in Colorado to have grown as a community and industry in so many prosperous and innovative ways over the past few years. Our…

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Road to NoCo Hemp Expo

Road to NoCo Starts Now

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By Morris Beegle Photo credit: Margaret MacKenzie Howdy folks, welcome to my first blog in a very long time. We’re putting the final touches on launching registration for the 4th annual NoCo Hemp Expo and I thought it would be a good time to reflect back on what has transpired since the beginning of April.  For those of you that attended NoCo3, you know it was pretty epic, and some might say Pure-Hemp-Epicness! One thing…

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Hemp Festivals in 2016: More Than A Movement

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Loveland based promotions company brings together art, education, and community through local events focusing on industrial hemp and sustainability. media credit: Ben Wright Colorado Hemp Company is coming off of an extremely successful 2016 NoCo Hemp Expo that brought together thousands of national and international participants with more than 130 exhibitors, 70 industry speakers and panelists, and over 3200 visitors who attended the annual event at The Ranch Events Complex in Loveland, CO. The expo…

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Let’s talk Hemp Policy

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Bringing Hemp Back to the U.S. Market:  Advocating for Change in Public Policy

This week The National Hemp Association brought together farmers, law professionals and entrepreneurs to talk about Hemp Policy. These are the pioneers forging the way in an industry new to Colorado and the United States for the first time in over 70 years. While it may seem that public policy supports the burgeoning Hemp industry; those pushing forward are not immune to peril. Fortunately, there are some who consider these obstacles merely as speed bumps. I am not a lawyer, or a farmer; but I am an entrepreneur and an advocate for economic development that does not compromise people. Hemp represents an amazing opportunity for the US to again lead the world in manufacturing and production, and to encourage a new generation of farmers.  Now is the time to pass the Industrial Hemp Act of 2015.

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