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Hemp History Week 2016 In Progress!

hemphistoryThe Kokomo Indiana Hemp Industries Association leaders were at the Kokomo Farmers’ Market !!

Now, they are at The Coterie .. this group is working many hours to make ‪#‎HoosierHempHistory‬ as part of Hemp History Week 2016 !! Please, go out and visit with them ~ snag some free ‪#‎hempeducation‬, free hemp samples and select from many hemp items to purchase that will allow us to continue educating!

The Coterie will be hosting you with hemp-infused cocktails and bites, and with purchase of same, you get a chance to win an Indiana Guitar Company guitar !!

‪#‎HempWeek‬ ‪#‎TeamHemp‬ ‪#‎HoosierHemp‬ Many many thanks to Rhonda Majors Randall Kerry Petty Ackison Scott Mckay for their leadership!

Sending out a HUGE THANK YOU TO KOKOMO for participating in this nationwide event!!!

Go to votehemp.com for more info. Or PurdueHemp.com for Hemp updates!!


INHIA’s Hemp Happy Hour at Fountain Square Brewery

INHIA's Happy Hour @ FSB Edit 3

Please join us for an evening of conversation, hemp-infused food and beverage with light entertainment.  Brief presentations will be given by Purdue Agronomist and Hemp Research Lead, Ron Turco, as well as David King of ISDA’s Indiana Grown initiative.

With price of admission, you will receive a voucher for one hemp beer, as well as a variety of hemp appetizers. Other delicious food by Cosmic Chrome Cafe, as well as Fountain Square Brewing Co.’s regular brews, will be available for purchase.

Entertainment will include live art on hemp canvas & music by The Dead Weight.

Click HERE for Registration Page and Information


Photo: Marcia O'Connor (Flickr) Despite Indiana legislators legalizing the growing of hemp last year, it hasn’t taken off.

Growing The Hemp Industry In Indiana

November 11 on Noon Edition we spoke with three experts on what might be holding industrial hemp back, and some of the diverse ways it can be used.

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Business leaders and academics met Monday in Noblesville for a symposium on hemp, part of an ongoing effort to legitimize and kick start the crop in Indiana.

Despite legislators legalizing the growing of hemp last year, it hasn’t taken off. Right now it can only be grown by researchers and universities.

This week on Noon Edition we spoke with three experts on what might be holding the crop back, and some of the diverse ways it can be used.

Our guests:

  • George Blankenbaker, Manager of Real Hemp and member of the Indiana Hemp Industries Association Board of Directors
  • Janna Beckerman, Professor and Extension Plant Pathologist at Purdue University
  • Alan Kimbell, member of the North American Industrial Hemp Council

Purdue Ag Research Spotlight – Janna Beckerman

Janna Beckerman The Ag Research Spotlight shines each month on an individual whose work reflects our commitment to the six strategic themes that guide Agriculture I Research at Purdue. Our spotlight for November 2015 underscores the theme, “Facilitating informed decision making to improve economic and social […]

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Indiana CBD Study could help child patients

Originally Posted: Tuesday, November 3, 2015 7:00 am from Greensburg Daily News Sen. Jean Leising INDIANA DISTRICT 42 This summer and fall I served as the chair of the Interim Study Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources. One of the issues the committee addressed was whether […]

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