St. Croix Chippewa hosting St. Croix Hemp Symposium Jan 22-23, 2018

With Wisconsin returning to the fold of states where industrial hemp cultivation is legal with the passage of 2017 Wisconsin Act 100 in Nov. 2017, hemp-related events are starting to spring up around the state.

The St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin along with Shimadzu Corporation & MJM Strategy are hosting a St. Croix Hemp Symposium later this month, the first Wisconsin hemp event since the 2017 legalization vote.

The event will be held at two locations, Danbury, Wisconsin on Jan. 22, 2018, and Turtle Lake on Jan. 23, 2018. Admission is free and the event is open to the public. Register here if you are planning to attend.

Here is the full Symposium Agenda for each day:

8:30AM WELCOME & SONG – Chairman Lewis Taylor and Native Boyz

9:00AM INTRODUCTION – Michael J Decorah

9:15AM SESSION I: Scientific Differences between Hemp & Marijuana – Dr. Robert “Bob” Clifford


10:30AM SPECIAL GUEST – Sally Schaeffer

11:15AM SESSION II: Therapeutic Benefits of Hemp Plant Extracts in Clinical Research – Dr. Darrin Smith


1:00PM KEYNOTE SPEAKER – Dr. Lakisha Jenkins


2:00PM SESSION III: Benefits Of Hemp for Nutraceuticals and Textiles – Joseph W. Hickey Sr.


3:00PM SESSION IV: Sustainable Farming and Benefits of Growing Hemp – Sasha Johnson

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  1. I actually own two pairs of hemp boxer-shorts. They were pretty dang expensive for boxers, but I figured it would be a wise purchase in case there were ever some kind of catastrophic emergency that made consumer goods such as cotton briefs unavailable for a while. (And I do wear them for the day very occasionally, they’re not scratchy or anything like that.)

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