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NoCo Hemp Experience pushed to 2021

The federal government legalized hemp in the Farm Bill passed in 2018.

The producers of NoCo Hemp Experience, an expo dedicated to educate and advance the industrial hemp industry, have moved the event to March 25-27, 2021.

The seventh expo had been scheduled for March 2020; because of the coronavirus crisis, it had been rescheduled for August. Because the city of Denver, Colorado, has established regulations and guidelines regarding social distancing and crowd size, the organizers decided to wait until next year.

“The decision to reschedule NoCo7 was not easy and was made over a period of time. The industry and our community’s wellbeing is at the top of mind, and in order to protect the health and safety of everyone attending, we had to make the decision to move the conference to next year,” said Morris Beegle, co-founder of Let's Talk Hemp Media and producer of the event.

Beegle expects to offer several virtual events, expand the Let's Talk Hemp digital magazine and create multimedia platforms for the hemp community, he said in a released statement. We Are For Better Alternatives—parent company of Colorado Hemp Company, which publishes Let's Talk Hemp—has scheduled a virtual event on Nov. 11-13. Registration will open soon.

The March expo will be held at the National Western Complex in Denver, where it was scheduled to be this year.


Soruce: Colorado Hemp Company

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