Updated: Jul 16
If you have not heard yet, Texas is building a “hempire.”
Though the state is only in the second year of its’ industrial hemp program, Texas is positioned to be a global leader in hemp production. The state already leads the nation in number of farms and ranches, with 248,416 farms and ranches covering 127 million acres, according to the Texas Department of Agriculture. There is a huge opportunity for Texans to claim a major stake in the rapidly emerging hemp market, whether it is in cannabinoids, food, fiber, or fuel.
If this sounds of interest, then you might want to check out the Dallas stop of the Lucky Leaf Expo tour at the Irving Convention Center, July 9-10.
What to expect:
- 5,000 + B2B attendees from around the world
- 30+ educational sessions and demos
- 150+ hemp & CBD exhibitors
Hear from experts on endocannabinoid science, health, and wellness, hemp cultivation, business strategies, policy reform, and more. This is a great opportunity to become educated and network. You will also find live cooking demos and a hemp museum where you can “learn the roots of hemp agriculture, manufacturing, and healing with cannabinoids.”
One day, “expo only” tickets start at $35.
For an additional $499 ticket, you can participate in the pre-show cannabis business crash course on Thursday, July 8.
The expo will be coming to Houston from November 5-6 at the NRG Center.