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Hemp is an economical supply alternative for all of our planet’s most consumed commodities. All parts of the hemp plant can be utilized to make food, fuel, shelter, medicine, paper, textiles and more!

Industry

Due to its wide array of uses and industrial applications, hemp is poised to rapidly generate a multibillion dollar industry in the United States.

Environment

Industrial hemp is a clean, environmentally safe and carbon-negative alternative to virtually all of the nonrenewable, toxic and unsustainable resources we consume heavily today.

Health

The use of CBD oil, a non psychoactive extract of the hemp plant, has been shown to alleviate some of mankind’s most endemic and debilitating diseases. See the Gov’t Patent!

Colorado hemp project Hemp is an economical supply alternative for all of our planet’s most consumed commodities. All parts of the hemp plant can be utilized to make food, fuel, shelter,

Industrial Hemp

NOTE: Federal Continuing Resolution including an extension of the 2014 Farm Bill which also includes the Hemp Pilot Program was passed this week.

This means that the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s Hemp Program will continue to operate under the 2014 Farm Bill until Sept 30, 2021. In the meantime, we will continue to work with USDA on behalf of Colorado Hemp Producers to implement as many recommendations from CHAMP stakeholders as possible in our State Plan.

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What is Industrial Hemp?

Industrial hemp means a plant of the genus Cannabis and any part of the plant, whether growing or not, containing a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) concentration of no more than three-tenths of one percent (0.3%) on a dry weight basis.

Under State and Federal law, the CDA tests for total THC through the process of post-decarboxylation.

The Colorado Department of Agriculture’s Industrial Hemp Program regulates only the cultivation of industrial hemp. The Department also administers a certified seed program.

The Industrial Hemp Program does not have jurisdiction over the processing, sale or distribution of industrial hemp.

On June 18th Colorado submitted the Colorado State Hemp Management Plan and appendix to the USDA. View FAQ’s about the plan.

NOTE: Federal Continuing Resolution including an extension of the 2014 Farm Bill which also includes the Hemp Pilot Program was passed this week. This means that the Colorado Department of Agriculture's Hemp Program will continue to operate under the 2014 Farm Bill until Sept 30, 2021. In the meantime, we will continue to work with USDA on behalf of Colorado Hemp Producers