The light’s not going out on this pilot
In the first year of Wisconsin’s Hemp Pilot Research program, 361 people applied for licenses to grow or process hemp. So far in 2020, the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) has received 2,278 total license applications.1 Interest in the hemp and CBD industries in Wisconsin continues to grow, and as of October 1, 2020, DATCP announced that the state’s current pilot program will be extended through September 30, 2021.
Hemp Growing and Processing in Wisconsin will help you understand the latest changes and prepare you to offer counsel in the 2021 season. In this quick-hitting update, experienced business advisor Collin F. Schaefer will review:
- The basic requirements for obtaining a license to grow or process hemp
- Recordkeeping & reporting requirements
- Mandatory inspections & testing
- Finding a space, securing a space, & liability concerns
- Banking considerations
He’ll also share insights on how the Food and Drug Administration’s position on CBD can affect your client’s business.
Attend Hemp Growing and Processing in Wisconsin for a timely update on all things hemp and CBD.
1Hemp Program Data