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Kami Gechter of Conrad Weiser High School wants to get hands-on training with hemp, and she doesn’t want to wait until she graduates from high school. Read more

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Jacob Waddell fromthe US Hemp Building Association is a guest on the Lancaster Farming Industrial Hemp Podcast this week. He talks about the process his group went through to build the case for hempcrete and what IRC approval would mean for the hemp and construction industries. Read more

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This special podcast series features conversations from the NoCo Hemp Expo that took place in Denver, Colorado, March 24-25, 2022. Our guests include Ukrainian Hemp Builder and businessman Sergiy Kovalenkov, Texas-based hemp educator James J.J. Johnson, German Climate Impact Story Teller Mar… Read more

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This week we talk to Bob Daniell, president and CEO of American Hemp Corporation in Reno, Nevada, where the company is working with farmers to develop the hemp supply chain in in the state. Also, what you need to know about the Pennsylvania Hemp Summit. Read more

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On this week's podcast we talk to Victor-Alan Weeks and Jalen Madden, founders of 404 Twenty, a hemp start-up in Yanceyville, North Carolina. Then we talk to Drew Kitt, owner of Two Moons CBD in Asheville, North Carolina, a retail CBD shop focused on health and wellness. Read more

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On this week's podcast we talk to Ben Dobson who's turned his farm in the Hudson Valley into soil laboratory studying how regenerative farming can maximize carbon capture and restore ecosystems. Plus, Cameron McIntosh shares news about an American version of the Ereasy Spray-Applied Hempcrete System. Read more

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Hemp builder and authorized distributor of the Ereasy Spray-Applied Hempcrete System, Americhanvre Cast-Hemp announces American-made version of Ereasy system. Read more

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In this episode of the Industrial Hemp Podcast, we embark on our journey of discovery into regenerative agriculture – what it is, what makes it different from conventional agriculture, and why it’s important. Read more

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We tried something new at Lancaster Farming this year with the National Hemp Tour. Ten thousand miles in six weeks, visiting hemp farmers, producers and processors from coast to coast. Read more

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On this week’s episode, we talk to Dave Andrews from Kreider Farms, the Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, producer of Chiques Creek Hemp Eggs, the first commercially available hemp-fed eggs in the US. Read more

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USDA’s Risk Management Agency is strengthening the hemp crop insurance policy by adding flexibilities around how producers work with processors as well as improving consistency with the most recent USDA hemp regulation. Read more

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Ken Elliott, founder and president of Montana-based IND HEMP, is the guest on this week's Industrial Hemp Podcast to talk about why he founded IND HEMP, his personal and professional commitment to climate change mitigation through carbon sequestration and soil regeneration. Read more

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On the hemp podcast this week, hemp industry advocate Geoff Whaling returns to the show to talk about his latest endeavor to inject much needed capital into the hemp space to build out the supply chain, develop processing capacity and develop markets. Read more

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This week on the hemp podcast we talk to George Overbey and Nick Strawn, executives from the Texas-based hemp start-up Delta Ag, who tell us about hemp in the Lone Star State. In 2021 the company contracted ten thousand acres of hemp in Texas, Colorado and Kentucky. Read more

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On this week’s podcast, Lancaster Farming talks to Daniel Lirette, founder and CEO of GrowDoc, a Canadian maker of an app that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to diagnose issues with cannabis plants, such as disease, pests, and nutrient deficiencies. Read more

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On this episode, we find out what a hempstone is, why it was in the creek, and how the Zooks managed to get it out of the creekbed where it’s sat undisturbed for nearly 2 centuries. Read more