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The Michigan Industrial Hemp Education and Marketing Project has the stated goal of "Working to expand hemp as a natural resource for industrial and private enterprise."
Our mission is to educate the public and state government officials about Industrial Hemp and try to clear up the myths and teach the facts through meetings and seminars and setting up booths at public events.
We also will be working to connect consumers and vendors of hemp products in Michigan and in the United States.
We are a non profit organization and will fund it through membership dues, fund raising events, and donations. If you are interested in helping out or becoming a member please do not hesitate to contact us.
Applications for 2016 Michigan industrial hemp research projects are becoming available this month. Speak with your university / college partners and contact Mike Phillip at MDARD (517) 284-5649 or email@example.com for info and applications regarding industrial hemp. Lets get some seed in Michigan soil next spring! Lets get some seed in Michigan soil next spring!
Two bills could create legal industrial hemp research in Michigan by Meghan Morelli Posted: 01.12.2015 at 7:31 PM http://www.upnorthlive.com/news/story.aspx?id=1148338 Governor Rick Snyder has two bills on his desk that if approved would make it legal to grow industrial hemp in Michigan for research purposes. / upnorthlive.com
High time for hemp? January 27, 2015 Category: Crops by Paul W. Jackson https://www.michfb.com/MI/Farm_News/High_time_for_hemp/ Hemp seed is the product most in demand in hemp markets today. Mostly, it goes into health food and nutraceutical sectors, but new markets are under constant development. Photo courtesy of Hemp Industries Association. To the advocate, hemp is a cure-all. Health, economics, self-sufficiency. ...
PA 547 is the Industrial Hemp Research Act, allowing industrial hemp research. PA 548 puts the definition of "industrial hemp" in the Public Health Code and excludes it from the definition of marihuana. PA 547 allows the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) or a college or university in Michigan to grow and/or cultivate industrial hemp for agricultural ...
Currently on Governor Rick Snyder's desk for signing, HB 5439 would allow the research of Industrial Hemp to be done by the Michigan Agriculture Department and "institutions of higher learning". Also awaiting approval, HB 5440 removes Industrial Hemp from the definition of marijuana under state law. The research ...