Register Now for N.C. Cooperative Extension’s Industrial Hemp Workshop
Interested in learning more about the production of industrial hemp, North Carolina’s newest crop?
The North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Chatham County Center will offer an Industrial Hemp Workshop as part of its Enhancing Sustainability Series from 4–9 p.m. on Thursday, February 28, 2019, at the Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center in Pittsboro.
North Carolina State University Hemp Specialists and Researchers will be joined by hemp growers and other stakeholders for an evening of education, networking, and fellowship.
The workshop will include exhibitors and a locally sourced dinner catered by Angelina’s Kitchen.
Become a Stakeholder in the Industrial Hemp Industry
Blake Butler, North Carolina Industrial Hemp Association
Rules and Regulations for the Industrial Hemp Program + Farm Bill Update
Phil Wilson, Director, Plant Industry Division, N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
What I’ve Learned about CBD Production
Keith Edmisten, Industrial Hemp Extension Specialist, North Carolina State University
Industrial Hemp Diseases
Lindsey Thiessen, Extension Plant Pathologist, North Carolina State University
Industrial Hemp Research Update from Western NC
Leonora Stefanile, Research Assistant, North Carolina State University
Summary of 2018 NC State University Industrial Hemp Research
Angela Post, Small Grains Extension Specialist, North Carolina State University
Growing Hemp in Poor NC Soils
Amy Brooks, Brooks Contractor and Brooks Compost Facility
Panel of Industrial Hemp Stakeholders for Q & A Session
- Keith Edmisten, North Carolina State University
- Eric Henry, TS Designs
- Ryan Patterson, Broadway Hemp
- Angela Post, North Carolina State University
- Scott Propheter, Criticality, LLC
- Chase Werner, Triangle Hemp
Advance registration is required for this workshop. The cost is $35 for an individual and $75 for an exhibitor (which includes registration for one individual).
Note to potential exhibitors: All exhibits must be related to agriculture or industrial hemp. Exhibitors are responsible for legally transporting their own industrial hemp plant material to and from the event. No material may be left behind after the event. This is a networking and advertising opportunity for exhibitors. Sales and the signing of contracts or business agreements are not permitted on-site. Samples of products and/or contracts are allowed.
The 2018 Chatham County Industrial Hemp Workshop attracted 250 participants and sold out so register early to ensure your spot! See photos of the 2018 Hemp Workshop below.
Photos from the
2018 Chatham County Industrial Hemp Workshop