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  1. Ron Strider

    Next Steps For Hemp In Wisconsin

    With Gov. Scott Walker signing a bill legalizing hemp production in Wisconsin last month, farmers wait for the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) to create hemp regulations and permitting processes before deciding if hemp is a crop they want to grow...
  2. Ron Strider

    CA: Anderson City Council Votes To Extend Marijuana Ordinance

    By unanimous vote, the Anderson City Council extended their existing moratorium on the business of non-medical marijuana business within city limits. Citing the need to better understand the legal ramifications of California municipalities allowing legal recreational marijuana, the council...
  3. Ron Strider

    NE: Forensic Chemist Tests New Local Hemp Oil Products

    Faster than it dissolves in water, word is getting out about new CBD products in Omaha. "It's been kinda crazy," Donald Anderson, owner of CBD American Shaman, said. CBD is short for cannabidiol, one of more than 100 cannabinoids identified in the cannabis plant. Anderson just opened...
  4. Ron Strider

    MN: Making History With Hemp Seeds

    The Minnesota Department of Agriculture created an industrial hemp research pilot program in 2015 to study different aspects of hemp production. This is the first year that the MDA has allowed certified seed production, or essentially growing seeds from pure seed stock. Meet and greet Mike...
  5. K

    WA: Marijuana Store In Rural Elma Hopes To Showcase Retail Experience

    Rural Elma has a new retail marijuana store. Cutie Judy's Cannabis Company has opened at the old Value Ford location and Cdi showroom on Highway 8, just outside of town. The co-owner is David Anderson, who also co-owns Zia, another recreational marijuana store in Hoquiam. Anderson's...
  6. K

    Hastings Hemp Grower - 'We're Trying To Make The Farmer Profitable'

    Minneapolis - The fields are planted all across Minnesota; endless rows of corn and beans are healthy and deep green. But on a rural Hastings farm, the crop Ken Anderson is planting is making a bit of history. "It's even more exciting now to be doing it here," Anderson said. What's got...