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Alabama Hemp Growers Association

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Developing

A nationwide network of cannabis business owners within a variety of disciplines, including ancillary businesses

Advocating

For creation and fair enforcement of sensible, equitable policies for the industrial hemp industry

Accelerating

Increased cannabis industry growth by ensuring patient and consumer access to the most people

Research & Development

Remaining on the cutting edge of cannabis & hemp fertilization & growing culture, as well as the economic & medicinal usage of hemp byproducts in strengthening the economic structure of Alabama as well as the Black Belt region overall in general is one of our many functions. Creating opportunities with institutions & Growers alike while creating a viable crop for Alabama.

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Alabama Hemp Growers Association

The mission of Alabama Hemp Growers Association (AHGA), a 501(c)(6) membership-based non-profit trade association, is to advance the hemp economy and educate the market for the benefit of our members, the public, and the planet.

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ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

Increase the number and success of minority business owners and career professionals by assuring equal access to industry opportunity and promoting positive practices that impact our industry

02
ADVOCACY

Helping to create policies that support our industry & address barriers that prevent growth in our industry

03
RESOURCES

Increase knowledge in the community on how hemp can be an effective medicine and safe consumer good

A Trade Association with a Conscience

Members of the AHGA support ethical business practices, including accuracy in labeling, use of environmentally friendly technologies, sustainable and organic agriculture, high quality products and concern for human rights.

Strength in Numbers

The AHGA wants to make your experience in the hemp industry as profitable and problem-free as possible. Each new business that joins also increases the AHGA's ability to work on behalf of the industry as a whole and to act on behalf of its individual members.

Experience You Can Trust

You're in good company with the AHGA, which was founded in 2019. As a voting member, you can be confident that your voice will be heard. AHGA members actively engage in the importation, manufacture, research and promotion of industrial hemp and hemp products.

AHGA is changing the way Alabama does business & adding a burst of economic growth to the Black Belt business districts!

- Jimmie

I am proud of the new legislation being passed across Alabama & look forward to the economic growth that our new association will stimulate! Go Black Belt!!!.

- Ceasar

I often overlooked Alabama as a place of economic growth for my business... The AHGA has changed all of that exponentially. I look forward to establishing business in Alabama now thanks to the AHGA.

- Alex
Fresh news
15 May 2019 Alabama cops drop marijuana test after bottled CBD water ‘exposed’ its flaws

A southern Alabama police department is dropping a field test officers use to detect marijuana after the test suggested THC was in bottled CBD water that didn’t contain the marijuana chemical — a mishap that “exposed the deficiencies” of the test, police said...

by AHGA
9 May 2019 Alabama Senate approves medical marijuana

The Alabama Senate hurriedly passed a bill this morning to allow medical marijuana. The Senate voted 17-6 for the bill, sponsored by Sen. Tim Melson, R-Florence, an anesthesiologist and medical researcher....

by AHGA
13 May 2019 Medical Marijuana Becomes Legal in Alabama

On the 9th of May 2019, the State of Alabama passed a bill which proposed the legalization of cannabis for medical purposes. People supporting the legalization of marijuana have been fighting for the approval of this bill for a long time and have finally won the battle...

by AHGA
16 April 2019 Growing Marijuana In Alabama

Growing marijuana in Alabama is not legal and if you get caught growing you can go to jail for at least a year. If you want to grow marijuana in Alabama...

by AHGA
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Alabama Hemp Growers Association

AHGA will issue National Standards that are clear and enforceable. The AHGA will create National Standards that promote transparent and complete financial recordkeeping that reflects legitimate activity as defined by state law and federal guidance, improving diversity in industry ownership and employment. The AHGA will strive to demonstrate to state and federal regulators that laws, regulations and guidance are being respected and enforced. The AHGA will take reasonable measures to prevent youth use, except in circumstances in which medical cannabis is provided to qualifying minors in compliance with state laws. The AHGA will take reasonable measures to prevent diversion of cannabis from state legal markets. The AHGA will not issue National Standards that are arbitrary and/or unduly burdensome on the AGHA industry members. The AHGA will set public safety and public health standards that incorporate best practices across similarly situated industries and current cannabis-specific research. The AHGA will promote a safe and healthy environment for cannabis industry employees, consumers, and patients. The AHGA will not issue National Standards that are likely to increase the black market systematically. The AHGA will ensure that minority communities, particularly communities that were disproportionately harmed by the war on drugs, are adequately represented in every aspect of the AHGA governance. The AHGA will promote practices that ensure these communities are also adequately represented in industry. The AHGA will take reasonable measures to help prevent cannabis use disorder by providing access to empirically-backed education and resources. The AHGA will not debate the merits of cannabis legalization or prohibition when deliberating on proposed National Standards.