State Industrial Hemp Statutes – A summary of all the statues by States that pertain to the growing and cultivation of industrial hemp.
Hemp Industries Association – The Hemp Industries Association (HIA) is a non-profit trade group representing hemp companies, researchers and supporters. We are at the forefront of the drive for fair and equal treatment of industrial hemp. Since 1992, the HIA has been dedicated to education, industry development, and the accelerated expansion of hemp world market supply and demand.
Vote Hemp is a national, single-issue, non-profit advocacy group founded in 2000 by members of the hemp industry to remove barriers to industrial hemp farming in the U.S. through education, legislation and advocacy.
North American Industrial Hemp Council -Vision is to reestablish and expand the use of industrial hemp. Their mission is to form and establish relationships between academia, farmers, agribusiness, manufactures, government, public interest groups, and marketing firms with emphasis on land management, economic and environmental considerations. To develop policies to enhance the stewardship of our lands through the sustainable cultivation, product development, manufacturing and marketing of industrial hemp and other comparable annual fiber crops; the development of new products and business based on industrial hemp fibers and seeds; Cooperatively foster a better understanding of industrial hemp and other annual fiber crops and their implications for the environment and rural economic development.
Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association – The Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association is a member-owned corporation providing assistance, information, and resources to partner-members endeavoring to produce or sell industrial hemp.
Indiana Hemp Industries Association represents the interests of the hemp industry and seeks to encourage the research and development of new products made from industrial hemp, low-THC oilseed and fiber varieties of Cannabis.
Tennessee Hemp is a non-profit trade association founded in November 2013 as a state-chapter of the Hemp Industries Association (HIA). The goal is to provide support to state hemp farmers & businesses in the interest of developing a successful state hemp industry.
Nebraska Hemp Industries Association is a state chapter of HIA and supports the development of the industrial hemp industry in Nebraska.
Washington Hemp Industries Association is a membership-based non-profit trade group with group 501(c)(6) status. They represent the interests of the hemp industry in the State of Washington, from farmers to manufacturers; and to encourage the research and development of new products made from industrial hemp, low-resin oilseed and fiber varieties of Cannabis.
Valley Hemp Cooperative – A co-operative of hemp growers, processors, and promoters of the Roaring Fork Valley and Crystal Valley in the Mountain of Colorado.
Hemp Cleans – A grassroots non-profit striving for regulation and cultivation of industrial hemp.
Western_Slope_Hemp_GrowersWestern Slope Hemp Growers Association (WSHGA) is a trade association created to strengthen the solidarity and effectiveness of hemp farmers on the western slope of Colorado. Colorado has the potential to create a new economy with industrial hemp. Our purpose is to assist western Colorado farmers who are interested in growing industrial hemp by networking with potential partners to create green jobs and green products for Coloradans.
The Indian Industrial Hemp Association is a Not for Profit national organization, registered Under section 25 of Co. Act and IPR, Copyright Act 1999, that promotes Indian hemp and hemp products globally. Established in 2011 the Alliance represents those involved in India’s Hemp industry both here and globally. Members include; farmers, processors, manufacturers, researchers, entrepreneurs and marketers. The key functions of the Alliance are to disseminate information, promote the use of nutritional and industrial hemp, and to co-ordinate research. IIHA ensures the quality of Hemp products sold in India or abroad by giving them an IIHA approved mark. It also controls the price of buying and selling raw material to maintain a stable market.
Agricultural Hemp Initiative – A chronicle of milestones and a wide assortment f resources about hemp and the progress being made to rebirth the industry.Colorado Industrial Hemp Coalition – This page is dedicated to sharing information about industrial hemp. Anyone may post information about the regulations and agricultural requirements for this crop &/or share articles on the uses and development of industrial hemp.”
Colorado Hemp Co-op – Established on March 20, 2014 in Boulder County, the Colorado Hemp Co-op strives to provide farmers with the knowledge and means to grow industrial Hemp in the great State of Colorado. We are a Co-op of farmers for farmers.
The Valley Hemp Cooperative – is a co-operative of hemp growers, processors, and promoters of the Roaring Fork Valley and Crystal Valley in Colorado.