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Our membership includes farmers, entrepreneurs, processors, manufacturers, researchers, investors, organizations, and businesses of all sizes who have entered the emerging hemp industry.

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The National Hemp Association is a non-profit organization. With your help, we can help fulfill our mission of supporting all aspects of the hemp industry, educating people about the uses for hemp, and making industrial hemp legal at the federal level.

Volunteer

Volunteers receive a free individual membership, which gives access to the membership directory, resources for hemp legislation, state affiliate opportunities and more. Plus, stay connected with companies and experts that are already established in the industry.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE TOP THREE WINNERS OF THE NHA 2020 HEMP HARVEST PHOTO CONTEST!

Victory Hemp Foods is on a mission to help realize the potential of hemp for farmers, brands, and consumers. Our company contracts American farmers whose values align with our own — to protect the food we put into our bodies and the health of our natural environment. This harvest season we went up to Michigan to spend time with Vollmar Family Farms to help them kick off harvest season and to check out the “seeds” of their labor!

Word to the wise – When clouds loom and the weather unexpectedly drops 20 degrees, break out a warm scarf and a smiley face beanie! Spot our hemp-specific stripper header harvester in the background. From the harvester, we hand strip the stems, then take the flower and leaves to our drying facility in Newton, KS. All done with a smile! — Sunnyland Kansas

The sun is bright, the weather is perfect. Eagle Moon Hemp nears harvest in Deming, New Mexico. As a main supplier to hundreds of CBD resellers, producers, and stores internationally, we strive to provide innovative hemp solutions for businesses and consumers. Our farms span across 1,200 acres, many greenhouses, and multiple indoor locations. We can support you with CBD/CBG concentrates, CBD finished products and hemp tolling splits.

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Being a member of the National Hemp Association has been extremely resourceful for our team at 357 Hemp Logistics.  Educational and informational with a community feel would be the best way to describe our experience. We met Anna and her team at the Texas Hemp Convention and immediately knew they were the type of people we wanted to surround ourselves with as we grew our company within the logistics component of the hemp supply chain.

Kevin Schultz

Co-Founder and President, 357 Hemp Logistics

HEMP NEWS

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Comprehensive list of all hemp news. Click one of the other sections if you only wish to see news related to a specific segment of the industry.

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Check out the latest NHA specific news and updates.

Legislative News

Get the latest on where we stand with federal legislation. This is also where you’ll find article related to specific state’s legislation and programs.

Agriculture News

News related to cultivation and harvesting of hemp.

Medical News

CBD and related medical news.

Food and Manufacturing News

News related to all things fiber and seed.

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To demonstrate the many ways Hemp is truly America’s next natural resource, the National Hemp Association has produced and submitted to the White House, USDA and the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, an action plan detailing how hemp can be incorporated into the major climate initiatives identified by the Biden Administration.

Hemp became a legal commodity crop through the Hemp Farming Act of 2018 which was contained within the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018.  Hemp, which had been absent in the American landscape for more than 85 years, is now seen as one of the most promising sustainable commodity crops; it not only consumes three times more CO2 than any other crop on the planet, it is used in a multitude of products including lightweight auto components, bio-plastics, housing and commercial buildings, fuel cells for electric vehicles, paper, textiles, food, cosmetics and nutraceuticals. As the world turns to using more plant-based products, hemp can save the family farm and mitigate climate change to improve the condition of humankind.

The NHA National Climate Action Plan has identified the following areas within the Biden-Harris Climate Change Policy where hemp can be a major contributor:

• Infrastructure
• Auto Industry
• Transit
• Power Sector
• Buildings
• Housing
• Agriculture and Conservation
• Environmental Justice

“History confirms that the world looks to America to lead change, be it industrial, cultural or environmental. This is more true today than ever before, as we look to combat the global climate crisis affecting humankind. We know American ingenuity will drive many of these solutions and can do so with plant-based technologies. Hemp, America’s newest commodity crop, will be at the forefront of this regenerative economic and social shift; helping create jobs, clean our soil and air, and introduce sustainable new products once only dreamed about. Hemp is America’s next natural resource.” — Geoff Whaling, Chair, National Hemp Association

NHA looks forward to working with Congress and the Biden Administration to help achieve a sustainable future using hemp.

https://nationalhempassociation.org/wp-content/uploads/NHA-Climate-Plan-Press-Release-FINAL.pdf

To demonstrate the many ways Hemp is truly America’s next natural resource, the National Hemp Association has produced and submitted to the White House, USDA and the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, an action plan detailing how hemp can be incorporated into the major climate initiatives identified by the Biden Administration.

Hemp became a legal commodity crop through the Hemp Farming Act of 2018 which was contained within the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018. Hemp, which had been absent in the American landscape for more than 85 years, is now seen as one of the most promising sustainable commodity crops; it not only consumes three times more CO2 than any other crop on the planet, it is used in a multitude of products including lightweight auto components, bio-plastics, housing and commercial buildings, fuel cells for electric vehicles, paper, textiles, food, cosmetics and nutraceuticals. As the world turns to using more plant-based products, hemp can save the family farm and mitigate climate change to improve the condition of humankind.

The NHA National Climate Action Plan has identified the following areas within the Biden-Harris Climate Change Policy where hemp can be a major contributor:

• Infrastructure
• Auto Industry
• Transit
• Power Sector
• Buildings
• Housing
• Agriculture and Conservation
• Environmental Justice

“History confirms that the world looks to America to lead change, be it industrial, cultural or environmental. This is more true today than ever before, as we look to combat the global climate crisis affecting humankind. We know American ingenuity will drive many of these solutions and can do so with plant-based technologies. Hemp, America’s newest commodity crop, will be at the forefront of this regenerative economic and social shift; helping create jobs, clean our soil and air, and introduce sustainable new products once only dreamed about. Hemp is America’s next natural resource.” — Geoff Whaling, Chair, National Hemp Association

NHA looks forward to working with Congress and the Biden Administration to help achieve a sustainable future using hemp.

nationalhempassociation.org/wp-content/uploads/NHA-Climate-Plan-Press-Release-FINAL.pdf
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Platitudes and empty proclamation are NOT enough. Diversity and Inclusion progress when leaders are secure enough to admit their ignorance on the topic and WISE enough to become a student of the issues they want to solve.

- Kenneth Imo
Author of the book Fix It

In observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day, reflect on what our country and industry can do better for the BIPOC community and influence every sector of the industry by talking to leaders about social equity, diversity, and inclusion. Small progressive changes will IMPACT how we live and work today and every day moving forward.

"Platitudes and empty proclamation are NOT enough. Diversity and Inclusion progress when leaders are secure enough to admit their ignorance on the topic and WISE enough to become a student of the issues they want to solve."

- Kenneth Imo
Author of the book 'Fix It'

In observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day, reflect on what our country and industry can do better for the BIPOC community and influence every sector of the industry by talking to leaders about social equity, diversity, and inclusion. Small progressive changes will IMPACT how we live and work today and every day moving forward.
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