New Wisconsin Hemp Plan On Hold, Pilot Program Extended 

 November 9, 2020

By  Stratis Hemp

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The new Wisconsin State Hemp Plan has been postponed for now. The state has decided to continue its pilot research program through the end of September 2021.

The Wisconsin agency overseeing the state's hemp program, the Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection (DATCP), has determined that the hemp research program currently provides Wisconsin’s hemp industry the greatest opportunity at this time.

With support from Wisconsin’s hemp industry, DATCP continues to focus on ways to best serve and support the hemp grower and processor communities,” DATCP says in a release. “To ensure program continuity, DATCP must promulgate a new emergency rule in order to extend the current hemp program in Wisconsin. The new emergency rule will convert the current Pilot Program licenses and registrations to licenses and registrations under this continuing Hemp Program. This no-fee conversion will occur automatically without any action necessary by licensees. When available, more information about the emergency rule will be posted at hemp.wi.gov.

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