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Imagining Hemp’s Future At NoCo Hemp Expo 2019

Posted in Journalism, Ministry of Hemp, and Video

Last year, I attended NoCo Hemp Expo for the first time. This year, Ministry of Hemp was back with 4 people, including myself and our new video producer, Jessica. Here’s a brief recap of NoCo Hemp Expo 2019:

Judging by the sixth annual NoCo Hemp Expo, or NoCo 6, the American hemp industry is poised for explosive growth in the coming years.

Begun in 2014, the NoCo Hemp Expo celebrated its first year in Denver, Colorado on March 29 and 30. An estimated 10,000 people, the largest attendance ever, crammed into the Crowne Plaza Denver Airport Center for the sold-out show. The move to Denver came after the 2018 NoCo Hemp Expo outgrew the event’s former location at a convention center in Loveland, about an hour’s drive to the north. Organizers are already looking for a bigger home for the 2020 event.

While there were numerous CBD vendors vying for attention, NoCo 6’s expo hall also featured the latest in hemp innovations. All through the event, panel discussions looked to the future of a fast-growing industry, with a focus on building sustainable hemp in America.

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NoCo 6: Hemp Farmers Plan A Sustainable Future At NoCo Hemp Expo

Judging by the sixth annual NoCo Hemp Expo, or NoCo 6, the American hemp industry is poised for explosive growth in the coming years. Begun in 2014, the NoCo Hemp Expo celebrated its first year in Denver, Colorado on March 29 and 30.

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