Hemp Farming has been Legalized Across the United States by the 2018 Farm Bill
For more information what this means for industrial hemp in the states check out this page on vote hemp https://www.votehemp.com/hemp-news/hemp-in-the-farm-bill-what-does-it-mean/
As an advocate of industrial hemp and re-legalizing I am thrilled by this progress and thankful for all of us who have advocated about the varied uses of hemp throughout the decades, and especially thankful to Jack Herer for what he did for the awareness of industrial hemp, and the 2 conversations we had in Seattle at hempfest and California NORML hightimes event that encouraged me to keep with the movement.
Now it’s time to Rediscover Hemp!by MaryJanesGirl™
It’s that season for hemp advocates to network and celebrate with each other for a weekend of activism, music, speeches, comedy, food, craftsmen goods and all the other aspects of a summer festival.
Seattle Hempfest is happening next weekend, August 14th-16th.
Come see how seattle does it!
Hempfest is produced by a large team of over 1,000 volunteers. With four days of set-up prior to the event, and three days of tear-down and park restoration after the event, volunteers are always welcome — and needed. Prospective volunteers can visit Hempfest.org to find out more information and register online for over 80 volunteer crews that make the event a reality.
For those who can not attend Hempfest, all six stages will be streamed live online. For more information, visit hempfest.org.
And for those that are confused as to what the Washington state laws says about legal cannabis use, well the friends at SPD are helping us out. (See the image below)
Oh how I love the idea and freedom of hempfest and the city it resides in. 🙂 Enjoy your bag of chips and the clouds of smoke, if only for this one unique weekend.