Sullivan College launched a brand new cannabusiness research program that educates on all features of the trade.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A big dialogue on the historical past and way forward for hemp in Kentucky will happen Sunday as Farmington Historic Plantation and Sullivan College current “Louisville Hemp Fest.”
The plantation will provide networking with folks within the hemp trade and supply an area for specialists to weigh in on the way forward for Kentucky’s hemp trade.
“Within the nineteenth century, hemp was Kentucky main money crop,” stated Kathy Nichols of Farmington Historic Plantation. “It gave Kentucky vital financial clout and political energy, it helped Henry Clay rise to energy as a statesmen due to the financial clout it gave Kentucky.”
Sullivan College launched a brand new cannabusiness research program that educates on all features of the trade from CBD merchandise to hemp manufacturing.
“The reality is there are literally thousands of merchandise produced from hemp,” stated Taylor Kemper with Sullivan College. “It is all in regards to the training and the dialog and because the dialog continues as coverage modifications as new companies pop up, I feel will probably be nice to see how all the nice minds of Kentucky and past work with hemp and transfer it into the longer term.”
The occasion takes place till 5 p.m. at Farmington Historic Plantation on Bardstown Highway.