Hemp Industry Meeting, Testing and Hemp Growers Guide Part 2

Newsletter 20 November 2018
Hello Visitor,

Hello, please save the date and plan on joining us in person or live stream for THE MOST important hemp meeting of 2016. See more below.

This newsletter also includes news about the new Hemp Growers Guide Part 2 and  important testing information for both you and your lab.

PS. please note: Shipping any kind of CBD hemp products to Missouri is outlawed by the State of Missouri.

Hemp Industry Stakeholders Meeting

When: October 28, 2016; 11:30am – 3:30pm

Where: Nissi’s Venue
2675 Northpark Dr, Lafayette, CO 80026

Live stream will be provided; in-person attendance is strongly encouraged

RSVP: via email to info@growhempcolorado.com - ticket purcahse link will be available online soon.

  • Representatives from Grow Hemp Colorado: Veronica Carpio and Matt Taylor
  • Representatives from National Hemp Association
  • Hemp lobbyists Collon Kennedy and Samantha Walsh
  • Hemp attorney Bob Hoban of Hoban Law Group
  • Representatives from the Colorado Department of Agriculture
  • Not confirmed: State Rep. KC Becker and State Sens. Vicki Marble 
Press is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Follow-up meeting to the hemp emergency meeting from July 20, 2016.

Updates will include:
  • Announcement on and discussion of the 2017 Food Bill on behalf of the Colorado hemp industry
  • Introduction of lobbyists dedicated to passing this bill on behalf of the Colorado hemp industry
  • Discussion of short-term and long-term strategy along with passage of 2017 Hemp Foods Bill
  • Discussion of fundraising efforts. Goal is $80,000 raised for lobbying efforts.

If you have already promised or plan to contribute to this effort please make checks payable to Hoban & Feola, LLC COLTAF Account, the day of meeting or prior to.

All funds will be held in attorney ESCROW by Bob Hoban. Contributions will also be available via PayPal through the NHA and GHC websites.

Credit card payments should be made to Hoban Law Group at 303-674-7000, ext. 0. Receipts will be emailed.

GHC would also like to publicly thank all individuals and companies whom contribute on website, social media and other marketing for this event, unless other wise stated.

Cost: $10/attendee in order to cover cost of meeting location. (link for tickets will be posted soon)

Facebook Public Group Page - comment and discuss more info and details here

CLICK to bookmark Event Web Page

The Hemp Growers Guide Part 2

Hemp Growers Guide Part 2Wondering if CBD is really legal in all 50 states or if 0.3 THC make your product legal to ship over state lines?

Part 2 of The Hemp Growers Guide will be available on or before October 1, 2016 and is a must have for anyone new to hemp and those already involved in the Hemp Industry in Colorado or other states.

Part One of The Hemp Growers Guide 2015 included important basic information within 28 pages, but Part 2 has over 150+ pages, providing your with all the information and forms you need to get started growing hemp or producing hemp products  in Colorado.

An interactive, comprehensive review of the major issue currently facing Industrial Hemp not only effecting Colorado but nationwide is covered in detail.

Get a complete overview of the application process, requirements and responsibilities of a Hemp Farmers, as well as a in depth review of major changes which have drastic implications on Industrial Hemp.

Advertising room still available for those who are interested. $50 for up to half page ad and $100 for full page ad. Great opportunity to get exposure all over the world. All ads must me camera ready at 300 dpi. Please email info@growhempcolorado.com

Pre Order Your Copy Now!


Is Your Lab Testing your Hemp Sample Correctly?

Co Hemp Metrc RFID TagIt is very important that you submit the right kind of sample to a testing lab to get a accurate result.

It is also equally important that the lab your working with is testing the same at the same standard that the Colorado Dept of Ag or Law Enforcement would.

It is important to understand that the State Certified Marijuana Labs which industrial hemp registrants now have access to, don't have a specified protocol that they have been given or follow for Industrial Hemp samples as they do for MJ.

If you are submitting a sample for the first time to any lab, please be sure to call ahead of time and check what their process and procedures are for Industrial Hemp samples submission. This will help avoid many head aces.

Recently GHC was able to access the CDA protocol and other testing related information via a open records request. Please download these documents to both read them and provide them to the lab that you are working with, regardless if State Certified or not to ensure that you get the most accurate test possible.
Please Note: if you are in need of RFID Metrc tags, GHC provides a hemp testing coop option which allows members to use GHC Tags under specific conditions. Please call or email for more information.
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