Did you miss Hemp History Week? It’s always thefirst week of June and features gatherings and events, grassroots activism, spreading the word, hemp community planting, and more.Here in Colorado we love hemp and we’ve been growing it since 2013.

4Interesting Facts About Hemp

  1. The ten dollar bill released in 1914 was not only printed on hemp but featured hemp being harvestedas well.
  2. Hemp doesn’t get you “high”. Hemp is bred to have less than .3% THC and is highly sought after for its’ high CBD and other cannabinoids as well as for…
  3. It’s estimated that hemp has over 25,000 uses. The ones we’re particularly fond of and support are hemp plastics (everything made with plastic can be made with hemp & it’s biodegradable), hemp food, animal feed and bedding, paper, varnishes, fabric, and rope. We’re very enthusiastic about hempcrete as well.
  4. Up and coming huge market – Hemp is predicted to be a bigger money maker than cannabis because of its’many uses. If you’re a farmer you can still get in on the ground floor. Visit and stay at one of our locations where you can combine a trip to the farm with a great stay.

Bud & Breakfast & Hemp

Let us know if you’d like recommendations on where to stay, learn more about hemp or if you want to tour a hemp field. There are events all over Colorado and in other states. If you know someone or you yourself would like to list your property on Bud and Breakfast, we’re here to help both you and your guests.

Read more about Hemp History Week and Hemp here:

Grow Hemp Colorado – Hemp farmer since 2013, forums, community, vast source of knowledge

“Why America is Fired Up about Hemp”, author Doug Fine speaks with Salon

Hemp Industries Association

National Hemp Association

North American Industrial Hemp Council, Inc

Hemp, hemp, hooray for hemp!

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    Hi I’m planning a cannabis women’s retreat in Las Vegas area and looking for 420 freindly location with lodging for up to 80 guests can u help?

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      Sara Conrad

      Hi Koi,

      We don’t have any locations for 80 women. I’d suggest making a deal with the hotel where you are having conference or asking them for recommendations on where to but your attendees and speakers up. Take a look at where others have held their conferences in Vegas. We do have listings that accomodate 5, 6 and 4 people. Let us know if you are interested in any of those. Thank you and best of luck with your retreat and space