Hemp Harvest Works in the News
Capitol Digest: AG declines to address whether clause in prison workers’ contract is unconstitutional – February 2020
An Omaha state senator said Tuesday that he plans to stop efforts this year aimed at ensuring that people buying CBD, or cannabidiol, products get what they pay for.
Nebraska farmers and producers now have the opportunity to apply for a hemp license, and the Nebraska Hemp Industries Association said they’re here to help.
NELIGH, Neb. — After a successful 2019, educating over 700 farmers at five hemp forums in Clatonia, David City, Pilger, York and Syracuse, Midwest Hemp Forum is proud to announce the first event of 2020, the upcoming Neligh Hemp Farmers Forum on Feb. 21 hosted by the Neligh Office of Economic Development and Antelope County Ag Society.
A year has passed since President Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill, which legalized the cultivation of industrial and CBD-rich hemp. This legislative breakthrough set the stage for the first largescale hemp harvest in the United States since the Second World War.
2019 has been a whirlwind of a year for us and it looks like we will ve just as active coming into the new decade. This year we’ve traveled to 34 various agricultural conferences across 19 different states and territories.
One of the 176 applicants seeking a license to grow hemp for Nebraska’s research program this year was Jacob Bish, the head of Public relations at Bish Enterprises and Hemp Harvest Works. Bish…
Growers Told To Expect Abundant Hemp Licenses Ahead Of Nebraska’s Official Production Plan – December 2019
NEBRASKA CITY – Potential growers at the Midwest Hemp Forum in Syracuse Saturday were encouraged with the prospect that Nebraska may issue hemp licenses to all qualified applicants for 2020.
Last week the Hemp Industries Association held its 2019 Annual Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina where…