“We actually teach our students how to plant the seed properly, how to cultivate the seed properly, how to harvest the crop properly and then what to do with the crop after it’s harvest,” said America’s Hemp Academy founder Joe Bisogno, Founder.

For over 100 years, farmers in in a small northeast Kansas community have had to adapt because of the changes in the economy and they’re hoping hemp is the next big thing.

Margit Hall tells KCTV that she and her family grew organic crops for whole foods In the 90s and early 2000s.

She says the market went south when the grocery store was bought out and her farm has sat empty for years.

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