With pot consumption now legal in half of all states for either medical or recreational purposes, the long-dormant business of hemp production may well be poised for a renaissance.
When Daniel Dolgin was working on counterterrorism for the Director of National Intelligence, he never would have believed that he’d soon co-own and -operate the farm cultivating New York’s first legal industrial hemp crop in eight decades.
Not only did Dolgin, 40, assume he’d have a future in the career he’d chosen and trained for at Tufts’ Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, but before 2014 growing hemp was illegal throughout the US.
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Katherine Gustafson ~ Forbes.com ~