FLHC Membership Benefits

BUSINESS Membership Level

Vertical/Processor

Manufacturer/Professional

Wholesaler/Broker

Farmers/Nurseries/Cultivators
or Retailer/Small Businesses <\5 Staff

Include

  • Discounted Member Services (Legal, 3rd Party Testing, Insurance, Equipment, etc…)
  • Discounted Conference Show Booths
  • Compliance Support
  • Representation in Tallahassee
  • Access to FLHC Leadership
  • Access to Legislative Days
  • Access to Business Member Meetings
  • General Voting Privileges
  • Annual Member Decal
  • Social media reposting
  • Early access to events

Individual/General Membership Level

General Member

Students

Include

  • Membership Certificate
  • 1 year subscription to HEMP Newsletter
  • Internship/scholarship opportunities
  • And much more!

Ambassadors

Ambassadors will include 2 positions per year for each business type. Those members will be in charge of organizing their committee with conference calls, agendas, rule changes, and relaying suggested goals, changes, or issues to the board and legal team. To be eligible for the board, you must have served previously as an ambassador.


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Legal Committee

The Legal Committee has been formed with some of the best legal minds and professionals in this space. They will serve a similar role to ambassadors. The 3 main working groups (Organizational, Legislative / Rulemaking, Compliance) will each have a Chair and Vice Chair appointed annually by the board but any lawyer can apply. This group will communicate monthly.

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About the Council

A TRUSTWORTHY
AND COMMITTED
COMMUNITY

Spawning from different corners of the ever expanding florida hemp industry our board of experts have hundred of combined years of experience in the space.

Meet our board members

Members Testimonials

  • There will be two of these per year at each business type, and they will be in charge of organizing a committee with conference calls and suggested rules and rule changes to the board and legal team. To be eligible for the board, you must have served the previous year as an ambassador.

  • There will be two of these per year at each business type, and they will be in charge of organizing a committee with conference calls and suggested rules and rule changes to the board and legal team. To be eligible for the board, you must have served the previous year as an ambassador.

  • There will be two of these per year at each business type, and they will be in charge of organizing a committee with conference calls and suggested rules and rule changes to the board and legal team. To be eligible for the board, you must have served the previous year as an ambassador.

  • There will be two of these per year at each business type, and they will be in charge of organizing a committee with conference calls and suggested rules and rule changes to the board and legal team. To be eligible for the board, you must have served the previous year as an ambassador.

  • There will be two of these per year at each business type, and they will be in charge of organizing a committee with conference calls and suggested rules and rule changes to the board and legal team. To be eligible for the board, you must have served the previous year as an ambassador.

  • There will be two of these per year at each business type, and they will be in charge of organizing a committee with conference calls and suggested rules and rule changes to the board and legal team. To be eligible for the board, you must have served the previous year as an ambassador.

FLHC IN THE NEWS

News

October 1, 2019

Lots of Athletes Say CBD Is a Better Painkiller. Is It?

There’s almost no data on how the cannabis extract works in humans, but the sports world is embracing it anyway. In his eight seasons in the National Hockey League, Riley Cote estimates he got into hundreds of fistfights. Cote was an enforcer—a tough guy whose job was to keep the other team’s players in check. […]

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October 1, 2019

Big Ag, Big Pharma, Big Tobacco, Big Paper, and Now Big Oil

It’s no wonder hemp was made illegal, hemp is the disruptor of the century. Big Ag has control over strains of corn, tomatoes, potatoes, and virtually every other thing you put on your dinner table. Conversely, hemp is flourishing without their control and our industry is scrambling to ensure they won’t abuse it. However, eventually […]

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Events

UF Hemp Update (Gainesville)

Date:
October, 07 2019

Location:

UF/IFAS Extension Alachua County
2800 NE 39th Ave
Gainesville, FL 32609