It is with great excitement that I write this email to update and inform the members of the soon to be formed Michigan Chapter of the Hemp Industries Association.
Yes, that is correct, over the last few months I have been working diligently and been in contact with many of the members of this organization in regards to forming the Michigan Chapter of the HIA. After speaking with multiple members who shared in my enthusiasm, some old and some new, I have engaged with the national organization to take steps towards becoming a national chapter.
There could not be a more crucial moment in time for the hemp industry to have a voice in Michigan. Some of the notable events that will drastically change the climate of hemp activity in Michigan include:
Both bills have been approved by the house of representatives.
The industry in Michigan is in its early phases still, but within the next 6-12 months will be ramping up quickly. Now is the time for our collection of Industry experts and professionals to come together and become a voice of the industry in Michigan.
Within this small but exemplary group of businesses and individuals we have experts from so many different scopes of the industry, that I feel steps must be taken to network and grow and help Michigan move forward in a positive and effective direction.
I have spoken with some of you and I hope to speak with many more of you as we move forward. I strongly encourage anyone who is wondering how they might be able to contribute or become more involved to reach out. After the conference takes place this weekend we will be forging ahead to create an official Michigan chapter that will seek to educate and assist in the growth of hemp in Michigan.
Joshua P. Colton
Komorn Law, PLLC
30903 Northwestern Hwy. Suite 240
Farmington Hills, MI 48334