From NavajoTimes.com Original Article by Arlyssa Becenti November 12 2020 Authorities dashed down Mesa Farm Road in Shiprock early Monday morning toward one of Dineh Benally’s hemp hoop houses that had been built over the summer. The road leads not only to Dineh’s and his father Donald Benally’s residence, it’s…
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3RD ANNUAL INDIGENOUS HEMP CONFERENCE: Before the start of the farming conference, join us for a day of learning, networking, and workshopping. Local and regional hemp experts will join us to discuss the possible roles hemp can for tribal economies.
Maori hemp businesses look to exports. Because New Zealand has been slower than other countries to open up to hemp and cannabis products, the members felt they needed to develop high-value hemp-derived products that incorporate Māori values and culture.
Several of South Dakota's tribes are petitioning for USDA approval to grow hemp given it's legal federally. It's been billed as a crop that could save some of South Dakota's farms if they're allowed to grow it.
The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe announced Friday that it has received clearance from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to begin growing industrial hemp.
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“I’m growing hemp on my farm,” said Winona LaDuke, who lives near the White Earth reservation in northern Minnesota. “Other tribal members are growing hemp. Our new tribal chairman supports hemp. I want to help rebuild Minnesota’s hemp rope and textile industry.