High Hopes: Hemp - Navigating the Crossroads - Future Thought Leaders Series Presented by the Berry Good Food Foundation

3/25/2020; 103 minutes

As an agricultural crop, hemp is the strongest natural fiber in the world and can produce crucial resources such as food, rope, clothing, paper, and housing material. The U.S. sales value of hemp-based products is more than $600 million annually and growing. A panel of experts discusses the increasing use of hemp and cannabis in their various forms, including potential benefits and drawbacks, as well as the differences between hemp, THC, and CBD, and their uses both medicinally and recreationally. (#35099)

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