Show-Me Hemp Association LLC is driving the One Voice for AgTM movement in the hemp industry. Click the button below to learn more.
ABOUT SHOW-ME HEMP ASSOCIATION
Show-Me Hemp Association LLC exists to create networking and communication opportunities for growers, businesses, and stakeholders in the hemp industry to help them navigate the hemp highway. We want to show all of our relationships how to minimize risk and maximize opportunities within the hemp industry.
We want to see this industry work together and share ideas to improve the industry and create opportunities in the Midwest. We value our environment and love what the hemp plant can do in regards to keeping the environment and soil safe and healthy.
We have membership opportunities available for growers and businesses in the hemp industry. Click here to view a full list of membership benefits.
Help us build the premier hemp networking group in the Midwest. Join today!
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“We look forward to working with you to make hemp the opportunity of a lifetime.”
-Meghan Dixon, Executive Director
Frequently Asked Questions About Hemp
Yes, the 2018 Farm Bill removed hemp (Cannabis Sativa L.) from the controlled substance list. Hemp is federally legal as long as the percentage of THC remains below 0.3%.
While both hemp and marijuana come from the Cannabis plant, hemp does not contain the psychoactive ingredient that causes people to get high. Hemp is not used as a recreational drug, but instead has numerous uses in the industrial and medical world.
The uses of hemp are nearly limitless! Hemp can be used to make paper, textiles, construction material and many other items in the industrial world. Hemp is also where we get CBD oil, which has a lot of people excited about potential medical / pharmaceutical uses.
Hemp is great for the environment! Hemp has a great reputation for its bioremediation abilities, meaning its ability to pull toxins and heavy metals from the soil. We believe hemp will play a large role in cleaning soils that have been damaged from years of commercial fertilizer use.