Hemp in Iowa: One Year Later
It's been a year since Iowa legalized a bill that allows farmers to grow up to 40 acres of hemp and Muscatine Community College became the first community college in Iowa to offer a program in this new crop.
Join us for a virtual event March 10 from 12 -1 p.m. to discuss what we've learned from the first year, including:
- Legislation that affects hemp planting, growing, processing and production
- The state inspection process
- Options for processing the hemp plant
- Considerations prior to planting
Invited guests include:
- Robin Pruisner, Iowa Hemp Administrator, Iowa Department of Agriculture
- Representative Jared Klein, (Iowa House District 78)
- Shane Mairet, Agriculture Instructor at Muscatine Community College
- Mat Miller, Owner, ICanna, LLC Hemp Processing Facility
To join in on the Facebook Live session, just click the link during the designated day/time!
For more information on Muscatine Community College's one-year Industrial Hemp Production program, visit eicc.edu/hemp
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