The Hemp Money event, presented by Hemp Inc. University, is holding a one-day workshop to educate on NC’s Young Industrial Hemp Industry. “The Hemp Money Event – Economics, Lessons and Planning for 2018″ is scheduled for Saturday, December 2, 2017, 8:30am-5pm, at the Shrine Club, 320 Airport Road, Rocky Mount, North Carolina.
This workshop is presented by the same company that began offering Farming Hemp for Profit training in Spring 2017. This last event of the year includes a strong line-up of speakers seeking to prepare industrial hemp industry producers, farmers, and investors for the 2018 growing season.
The workshop is broken into three parts:
- POD Training Sessions #1. Economics — Involvement in the Industrial Hemp movement often boils down to economics. One of the most common questions asked is, “How Much Money Can I Make?” This session provides an Industrial Hemp Economic Blueprint.
- POD Training Sessions #2. Lessons — Hear directly from growers and farmers who now have a season under their belt. They will share with you their experiences and growing strategies/techniques, in addition to their mistakes.
- POD Training Sessions #3. 2018 Preparation — Learn how to prepare and capitalize for the 2018 Industrial Hemp growing season in NC. Now is the time to start planning and developing your strategy for the 2018 Industrial Hemp growing season.
- David Schmitt, COO of Industrial Hemp Manufacturing, LLC.
- Erik Larson, Entrepreneur, Inventor, and Product Developer
- Preston Gardner, Market Research Analyst
- Dr. Robert Bruck, Dean of STEM and Distinguished Professor of Environmental Science at Louisburg College
- Jermyn Shannon-El, Founder of the Cannabis Kollective Inc.
- Bruce Perlowin, CEO and President of Hemp, Inc.
Workshop details, registration link, and a discount code may be found on this EventBrite page. The workshop fee is $299; however, a discount code provided on that page lowers the price to $99.
Ed. Note: I attended one of their first workshops, held in Spring Hope NC (March 18, 2017). It was informative, and speakers ranged from NC farmers and entrepreneurs to Colorado growers and CBD oil experts. Also met quite a few NC farmers looking to get in to industrial hemp to replace current crops. KW