Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of the National Hemp Association (NHA). Joining NHA supports our work across the U.S. to make the hemp plant available to all who can benefit from its many positive uses. As a NHA member, you will also have access to the Member’s Only pages on the website that will give you valuable and timely information about the hemp industry.
Click on the Membership links below to see the benefits for each level.
Why become a NHA member?
We are a professional, responsive and effective trade association working on behalf of all sectors of the hemp industry and support use of all parts of the hemp plant for its many beneficial uses. In the 1800’s hemp was the most cultivated crop in the U.S. It’s time for hemp to return to America where it can become a significant source of U.S. jobs and provide a domestic supply of hemp for the $150 million worth of hemp that is now imported into the U.S.
Who are our Members?
Our membership includes farmers, entrepreneurs, processors, manufacturers, researchers, investors, organizations and businesses of all sizes who have entered the emerging hemp industry. Our mission includes Education, Legislation Support, and Business Development.
How do you join?
We offer different levels to meet the wide range of our members, including Individual, Affiliate (for organizations), Investor, and a Bronze, Silver and Gold Business levels (offering significant exposure for your company). Business Members may choose to pay annually (and save 20-30%) or monthly.
NOTE: You must complete the short registration form to fully activate your membership.
Once you become a NHA member, you may login to the website as a Member using your user name (email) and password which you provided in the registration form. You will then be able to access Members-Only portions of the website, plus you will gain opportunities, connections and exposure for your enterprise.
Thank you in advance for your support as we work together to move the industrial hemp industry forward and bring industrial hemp back to America.