For the first time, hemp paper is being produced in Colorado from seed to sheet. Loveland’s Tree Free Hemp has been producing hemp paper since 2013, but until this year, it’s been getting the fiber from other countries. Now the entire process is local. “It’s grown in Colorado, it’s processed in Colorado, it’s manufactured in Colorado, it’s printed in Colorado. It’s truly homegrown,” says Morris Beegle, a former concert promoter now focused on promoting hemp…
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…
Hello my fellow Hempsters, advocates, friends and peers. I am writing this right after our 18-person Team NoCo meeting from Expo Headquarters in Loveland. We are fervently working in all areas to present a hemp-centric experience like nothing you’ve seen before. For those of you who were with us last year, that was a small taste of what NoCo3 and the 2016 Expo and Conference will be like this go around.
Congressman Jared Polis (CO.2) will host the “Industrial Hemp Expo and Conversation” on Tuesday, February 2, 2016 on Capitol Hill. The Expo will feature key industry speakers, leading hemp companies, and state and federal officials who are coming together to discuss hemp and its remarkable industrial advancements in recent years.
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Loveland, Colorado—December 14, 2015—The Ranch Events Complex in Loveland, Colorado will host the 3rd Annual NoCo Hemp Expo on April 1-2, 2016. The expo will bring together what is bound to be the largest mix of Hempsters under one roof for two spectacular days of hemp education, workshops and hemp-based products.