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Where: Mountain Horticultural Crops Research and Extension Center, 455 Research Drive, Mills River, NC 28759

When: 10 AM to 2 PM

Cost: Free, but you must pre-register on Eventbrite

North Carolina's industrial hemp industry continues to evolve as growers and researchers explore new methods of production, processing, and the development of value-added consumer goods.

NC State University and NC Cooperative Extension will host an in-person workshop on these topics for growers, industry, academics, national labs, federal and state agencies, non-governmental agencies, and other participants.

Learn about the latest agronomic research, variety trials, and innovative consumer bioproducts such as fibers, composites, molded packaging, and ground covers made from hemp biomass. This event will focus on broadening research, industrial development, and global education in hemp engineered materials production (BRIDGE-HEMP) by connecting fundamental and applied research with market needs and opportunities.

For more information and to register:

Jan 31 Tue