Montana loves freedom and hemp. Thomas Jefferson loved freedom and hemp. The hemp and independent farming renaissance is coming to Big Sky State and Doug Fine will tell you how. You’ll be treated to Doug’s side-splittingly funny but oh-so-practical from-the-field keynote (“What I wish I knew before becoming a hemp farmer.”), and dance to musical headliner Mr. Pato Banton to boot. Add that to the gorgeous surroundings in Lolo National Forest, and this is a must-attend hemp event.
Doug has learned more in two years as a hemp farmer (in Vermont) than he did in ten years a a cannabis journalist. In this hilarious-because-it’s-true talk, Doug will rain valuable information on us while keeping us roaring in the aisles.
As well, Doug has harvested a multi-ton, 23-acre crop and brought a value-added product to market. He will discuss the rigors of being a pioneer in any new industry, let alone one needlessly banned for 77 years. He calls the current hemp industry “Ninja Training” and you won’t want to miss his lessons, whether you want to avoid his mistakes as a farmer, or just treat you and your loved one to a side-splitting evening of comedic investigative journalism.