Since the town and the company were inextricably linked, anything that benefited the town also benefited the company, and anything that benefited the company benefited the Fairbankses.
The experiment has been described as a route toward greater legitimacy for the industry.
In anticipation of legalization, 22 new companies have formed.
News Release — UVM Extension May 3, 2016 Contact: Heather Darby (802) 524-6501, ext. 437 or (800) 639-2130 (Vermont calls only) E-mail: [email protected] Burlington–University of Vermont (UVM) Extension’s Northwest Crops and Soils Team has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for industrial hemp research to benefit farmers in Vermont and the region. The goal […]
After the initial revisions to the rules sparked dissent from agricultural hemp growers, lawmakers gave the stamp of approval.
Even though the state has moved to separate hemp to be grown at its four medical marijuana dispensaries from that grown by farmers, growers worry about public safety jurisdiction.
Despite federal laws against it, some Vermont farmers are beginning to grow industrial cannabis with the intent of cashing in on the many uses of hemp.