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HARVEST UPDATE AT GLOBAL HEMP GROUP’S  CBD HEMP PROJECT IN SCIO OREGON

Vancouver, BC — (November 27, 2018) — GLOBAL HEMP GROUP INC.  (CSE: GHG / OTC: GBHPF / FRANKFURT: GHG) (“GHG” or the “Company”) and its joint venture partner Marijuana Company of America, Inc. (OTC: MCOA) (the “Partners”) are pleased to provide an update on the harvest at their high yielding CBD hemp project in Scio, Oregon.

 

The 2018 Scio cultivation consisted of 33 acres of high yielding CBD hemp (utilizing six different cultivars with an expected CBD content ranging from 6% to 12%) was grown in an orchard style cultivation on the two lower fields at the property. With the help of near perfect weather in the region extending the harvest period by several weeks, the hemp had the opportunity to grow to full maturity and allowed the team to completely harvest all plants grown, before the fall rains began in the valley. For pictures from this season’s cultivation, please visit the Scio project page on GHG’s website – https://globalhempgroup.com/scio-oregon.

 

As with most things on the hemp farm this year, innovation was the key to success. There were many challenges throughout the year; from getting a late start due to delays in closing of the farm acquisition, to preparing the fields, drying, harvesting and storage, but the team in Scio was able to find solutions when required. Our team consists of a number of crew members that are extremely innovative, who are trained in a variety of skill sets. They are well versed in everything from metal fabrication, fine carpentry, and large equipment operation, so the team is able to set up, build, and/or operate pretty much everything themselves at the project. With the addition of a number of knowledgeable advisers to assist, the team was able to solve all challenges that arose during the course of the season.

 

The Harvest

This year’s harvest consisted of approximately 37,000 high yielding CBD hemp plants producing 24 tons of biomass. Harvesting this year was done by hand, making it extremely labour intensive and time consuming. The team has created a number of solutions that will automate both the harvesting and planting of the hemp for next year’s crop. Ultimately, the goal is to completely automate these processes, making it more efficient and less costly to complete. The team has now begun working on prototypes to automate the harvesting processes and expect to have machinery ready for use next season.

 

Drying

A number of different drying techniques were employed with this year’s harvest. In the end, “old school” hanging techniques proved to be the most effective and efficient. Drying took place in the farm’s larger 20 foot high, 4,000 sq. ft. greenhouses which allowed for an increased quantity of plants being dried at any one time. Drying took approximately 36 to 48 hours to dry the hemp to be levels required for storage and ultimately extraction. With each successive batch of drying, techniques were improved to increase the volume of biomass being dried in the greenhouse, while decreasing the time that it took to hang and dry it.

 

Results

The drying process for all of the hemp harvested is now complete and is stored awaiting further processing. The farm produced 48,000 pounds of dried biomass, which is stockpiled in quarter ton super sacks, stacked three bags high and requiring approximately 4,000 sq. ft. of storage space. Despite the late start in planting this season, the hemp plants still achieved sufficient size to produce the anticipated quantity of biomass. It is expected that in 2019, planting will begin June 1st giving the hemp an addition 30-45 days of growing time. This will produce much larger plants, resulting in significantly larger quantities of biomass.

 

Further Processing

The Partners have now acquired a hammermill to complete the next level of processing prior to the biomass going for extraction of the cannabinoids. Processing will begin shortly, once electrical work is complete to run the hammermill. This next level of processing will not only prepare the biomass for extraction of cannabinoids but will also reduce the storage space requirements by more than 50% as the bulk of the plants is reduced in size.

 

Extraction

The Partners are currently exploring opportunities to joint venture with others that have expertise in the cannabinoid extraction business, so that an extraction facility can be set up onsite to process this year’s harvest. Biomass is currently selling for between US$3.00 and US$4.00 per percent, per pound. By taking the biomass to the next level of processing, further value will be created.

 

About Global Hemp Group Inc.
Global Hemp Group Inc. (CSE: GHG) (OTC: GBHPF) (FRANKFURT: GHG), is focused on a multi-phased strategy to build a strong presence in the industrial hemp industry in both Canada and the United States. The Company is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, with hemp cultivation operations in New Brunswick and Oregon. The first phase of this strategy is to develop hemp cultivation with the objective of extracting cannabinoids (CBD, CBG, CBN & CBC) and creating a near term revenue stream that will allow the Company to expand and develop successive phases of the strategy. The second phase of the plan will focus on the development of value-added industrial hemp products utilizing the processing of the whole hemp plant, as envisioned in the Company’s Hemp Agro-Industrial Zone (HAIZ) strategy.

 

About Marijuana Company of America, Inc.

MCOA is a corporation which participates in: (1) product research and development of legal hemp-based consumer products under the brand name “hempSMART™”, that targets general health and well-being; (2) an affiliate marketing program to promote and sell its legal hemp-based consumer products containing CBD; (3) leasing of real property to separate business entities engaged in the growth and sale of cannabis in those states and jurisdictions where cannabis has been legalized and properly regulated for medicinal and recreations use; and, (4) the expansion of its business into ancillary areas of the legalized cannabis and hemp industry, as the legalized markets and opportunities in this segment mature and develop.

 

 

Forward Looking Statements. Certain information set forth in this news release may contain forward-looking statements that involve substantial known and unknown risks and uncertainties. These forward-looking statements are subject to numerous risks and uncertainties, certain of which are beyond the control of Global Hemp Group Inc., including, but not limited to the impact of general economic conditions, industry conditions, volatility of commodity prices, currency fluctuations, dependence upon regulatory approvals, the availability of future financing and exploration risk, the legality of cannabis and hemp. Readers are cautioned that the assumptions used in the preparation of such information, although considered reasonable at the time of preparation, may prove to be imprecise and, as such, undue reliance should not be placed on forward-looking statements.

 

The CSE has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy

 or accuracy of this release.

 

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HARVEST UNDERWAY AT GLOBAL HEMP GROUP’S  CBD HEMP PROJECT IN SCIO OREGON

Vancouver, BC — (October 2, 2018) — GLOBAL HEMP GROUP INC. (“GHG” or the “Company”) (CSE: GHG / OTC: GBHPF / FRANKFURT: GHG) and its joint venture partner Marijuana Company of America, Inc. (OTC: MCOA) (the “Partners”) are pleased to provide an update on their high yielding CBD hemp project in Scio, Oregon.

 

Harvest

Harvest has begun at the farm. Over the next 10 days the team in Scio will harvest this year’s crop, which consists of approximately 36,000 high yielding CBD hemp plants that were grown in an orchard style cultivation on 33 acres. The team planted six different cultivars this year to determine which would be the optimal hemp variety to grow in the coming year. The team continues to evaluate hemp cultivars that will provide higher CBD yields and a reduced flowering period, which will allow the team to complete the harvest earlier in the year prior to the fall rains.

 

Preparation for Extraction

 

Once the hemp is harvested, it will be dried in preparation for storage prior to processing. Drying this season will take place in the project’s four recently completed greenhouses on the farm and will utilize a traditional hanging method, as well as testing an innovative rack drying system. Prior to next season’s harvest, the Partners will construct a permanent drying facility on site. Once the hemp is dried to a 10-12% moisture content, it can be stored with little or no cannabinoid/plant matter degradation, prior to extraction.

 

Greenhouses

 

The team has now completed the setup of the first four of five greenhouses, giving the project 15,000+ sq. ft. of active greenhouse space for its drying and cloning operations. A fifth greenhouse (already purchased) will be installed after the drying of this year’s crop is complete. This will increase the active greenhouse space at the project to over 19,000 sq. ft. An additional 20,000 sq. ft. of greenhouse space will be purchased in October as part of further project expansion, with the vision of implementing a year-round perpetual harvest model to enhance revenue generation and cash flow, and increasing the size of the cloning operation to be able to supply clones to the local farming community.

 

The team has now started its cloning operations for the winter crop which will utilize the current and future greenhouses. Management is exploring opportunities to maximize production by developing beneficial relationships that will help optimize the Project’s profit potential through R&D, data collection and analysis.

 

Discussions with local Farmers

 

With the success of this year’s hemp cultivation on display at the farm, it has attracted the attention of the local community and many local farmers that are interested in growing hemp as hemp generates a far greater Return On Investment per acre than any other crop they are currently growing. The project’s stated goal has been to use 2018 as an initial commercial trial and then to significantly expand the acreage under cultivation in the coming years. Management is currently in discussions with a number of these local farmers regarding contract farming and share cropping for the project, starting next year.

 

About Global Hemp Group Inc.

Global Hemp Group Inc. (CSE: GHG) (OTC: GBHPF) (FRANKFURT: GHG), is focused on a multi-phased strategy to build a strong presence in the industrial hemp industry in both Canada and the United States. The Company is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, with hemp cultivation operations in New Brunswick and Oregon. The first phase of this strategy is to develop hemp cultivation with the objective of extracting cannabinoids (CBD, CBG, CBN & CBC) and creating a near term revenue stream that will allow the Company to expand and develop successive phases of the strategy. The second phase of the plan will focus on the development of value-added industrial hemp products utilizing the processing of the whole hemp plant, as envisioned in the Company’s Hemp Agro-Industrial Zone (HAIZ) strategy.

 

About Marijuana Company of America, Inc.

 

MCOA is a corporation which participates in: (1) product research and development of legal hemp-based consumer products under the brand name “hempSMART™”, that targets general health and well-being; (2) an affiliate marketing program to promote and sell its legal hemp-based consumer products containing CBD; (3) leasing of real property to separate business entities engaged in the growth and sale of cannabis in those states and jurisdictions where cannabis has been legalized and properly regulated for medicinal and recreations use; and, (4) the expansion of its business into ancillary areas of the legalized cannabis and hemp industry, as the legalized markets and opportunities in this segment mature and develop.

 

For more information, visit http://globalhempgroup.com

 

Forward Looking Statements. Certain information set forth in this news release may contain forward-looking statements that involve substantial known and unknown risks and uncertainties. These forward-looking statements are subject to numerous risks and uncertainties, certain of which are beyond the control of Global Hemp Group Inc., including, but not limited to the impact of general economic conditions, industry conditions, volatility of commodity prices, currency fluctuations, dependence upon regulatory approvals, the availability of future financing and exploration risk, the legality of cannabis and hemp. Readers are cautioned that the assumptions used in the preparation of such information, although considered reasonable at the time of preparation, may prove to be imprecise and, as such, undue reliance should not be placed on forward-looking statements.

 

The CSE has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy

 or accuracy of this release.

 

Source:   Global Hemp Group Inc.

Global Hemp Group Provides update on CBD Hemp Joint Venture Farming Project in New Brunswick, Canada

Vancouver, BC /TheNewswire /August 30, 2018 –GLOBAL HEMP GROUP INC. (“GHG” or the “Company”) (CE: GHG / OTC: GBHPF / FRANKFURT: GHG)and its joint venture partner Marijuana Company of America, Inc. (OTC: MCOA) (the “Partners”) are pleased to provide an update on their CBD hemp farming joint venture in New Brunswick, Canada (the “Project”).

 

Dryer Installation

Drying of the biomass is an important first step in the extraction of the cannabinoids from the hemp plant. The partners are pleased to announce that the Project’s industrial scale dryer from Cann Systems was delivered last week and has now been installed.

 

The dryer holds multiple bins of material, for a total processing capacity of just over one tonne of fresh hemp biomass per load. Initial testing is in progress and will be completed by the end of this week. Once the biomass has been dried from this year’s harvest, it will be stored until the implementation of the Cannabis Act on Oct. 17, 2018, at which time the biomass can be legally sold for extraction. Health Canada has recently issued a newClass Exemption to the Industrial Hemp Regulationsthat allows hemp cultivation license holders to legally harvest, dry and store flowers, leaves and branches prior to the passage of the Cannabis Act. Management is currently in discussions with potential offtakers for selling the dried biomass in bulk, as well as exploring potential strategies for toll extraction and the marketing and distribution of processed and refined oils.

 

Innovation in the Hemp Industry

It is now nearing harvest time at the New Brunswick Hemp Project. To maximize profit, it is important to harvest as much of the higher CBD content flowers and leaves as possible, without undue amounts of the low to no CBD straw (the stalk). This year’s drought has complicated matters as the hemp plants have tended to be shorter than usual, and the weeds are taller as they were able to get a head start before the hemp began growing, although the hemp is still displaying very healthy and weighty inflorescence. These issues that are perceived as problems at they occur, may benefit the hemp plants which tend to produce more biomass as a result of stress from competition with weeds and the effects of the drought.

 

In order to succeed in the hemp industry, a certain amount of ingenuity and innovation is required more often than not. Our farming group is a good example of this ingenuity. Sometimes repurposing existing equipment on hand will work to achieve the required result. To combat the higher than normal weed height and to maximize the value of the harvest by taking just the most valuable parts of the hemp plant, a small harvesting trial was conducted by one of our farmers using an OXBO bean harvester. The bean harvester is able to strip the plant of all leaves and inflorescence, while picking up very little straw, which is ideal for this year’s crop. Based on the positive results of this trial, the bean harvester will be used to complete the harvest of the entire 125 acres of hemp cultivated under the joint venture project with MCOA this year.

 

In non-drought years, other harvesting tools will be required and the innovative farmers of our group have already begun strategizing on potential solutions that will be applicable next year when the Partners move forward with an aggressive expansion strategy to significantly increase CBD acreage as well as fully exploit the whole hemp plant and process the straw for industrial applications.

 

New Research Collaboration

The drought in northeast New Brunswick has not affected all fields uniformly. One of our fields is reported by DAAF field agrologists as”one of the finest of the province”. Aside from the obvious economic benefit in terms of increased yields, this field offers the opportunity to contrast high and low performing plants of a given variety in the same location, shedding some light on the role of plant nutrition in explaining the performance of hemp plants. Dr. Ron Smith from University of New Brunswick will spearhead a research project focused on the issue. The Partners and the National Research Council have committed to provide financial support for the study.

 

About Global Hemp Group Inc.

Global Hemp Group Inc. (CSE: GHG) (OTC: GBHPF) (FRANKFURT: GHG), is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, with base operations in Montreal and Los Angeles. The Company is focused on a multi-phased strategy to build a strong presence in the industrial hemp industry in both Canada and the United States. The first phase of this strategy is to develop hemp cultivation with the objective of extracting cannabinoids (CBD, CBG, CBN & CBC) and creating a near term revenue stream that will allow the Company to expand and develop successive phases of the strategy. The second phase of the plan will focus on the development of value-added industrial hemp products utilizing the processing of the whole hemp plant, as envisioned in the Company’s Hemp Agro-Industrial Zone (HAIZ) strategy.

 

About Marijuana Company of America, Inc.

MCOA is a corporation which participates in: (1) product research and development of legal hemp-based consumer products under the brand name “hempSMART(TM)”, that targets general health and well-being; (2) an affiliate marketing program to promote and sell its legal hemp-based consumer products containing CBD; (3) leasing of real property to separate business entities engaged in the growth and sale of cannabis in those states and jurisdictions where cannabis has been legalized and properly regulated for medicinal and recreations use; and, (4) the expansion of its business into ancillary areas of the legalized cannabis and hemp industry, as the legalized markets and opportunities in this segment mature and develop.

 

For more information, visithttp://globalhempgroup.com

 

Forward Looking Statements. Certain information set forth in this news release may contain forward-looking statements thatinvolve substantial known and unknown risks and uncertainties. These forward-looking statements are subject to numerous risks anduncertainties, certain of which are beyond the control of Global Hemp Group Inc., including, but not limited to the impact ofgeneraleconomic conditions, industry conditions, volatility of commodity prices, currency fluctuations, dependence upon regulatory approvals, the availability of future financing and exploration risk, the legality of cannabis and hemp. Readers are cautioned that the assumptions used in thepreparation of such information, although considered reasonable at the time of preparation, may prove to be imprecise and, as such,undue reliance should not be placed on forward-looking statements.

 

The CSE has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy

or accuracy of this release.

Source:  Global Hemp Group Inc.

Global Hemp Group Provides Update on its CBD Hemp JV Project with Marijuana Company of America in New Brunswick, Canada

Vancouver, BC / TheNewswire / August 21, 2018 –GLOBAL HEMP GROUP INC. (“GHG” or the “Company”) (CSE: GHG / OTC: GBHPF / FRANKFURT: GHG)and its joint venture partner Marijuana Company of America, Inc. (OTC: MCOA) (the “Partners”) are pleased to provide an update on their CBD hemp farming joint venture in New Brunswick, Canada (the “Project”).

 

The goal of the hemp project in northeast New Brunswick is to produce hemp biomass that can be used for the extraction of cannabinoids. In anticipation of the implementation of the Cannabis Act on October 17, 2018, which willallow for the processing of the entire hemp plant, the Partners began preparing its Bathurst facility for the installation of drying equipment capable of drying 125 acres of flowers and leaves from the 2018 cultivation.

 

The flowers and leaves of the hemp plant are rich in cannabinoids, notably the non-psychoactive compound Cannabidiol (CBD). CBD, which has gained increasing popularity as of late, has been found to be effective in treating a wide variety of ailments, producing an increase in demand from consumers for products containing CBD. The Hemp Business Journalestimated that the CBD market will grow to a $2.1 billion market in consumer sales by 2020.

 

Health Canada issues Class Exemption to the Industrial Hemp Regulations

Health Canada, the governing body in charge of industrial hemp licensing and its regulations in Canada, has recently issued a new Class Exemption in Relation to the Industrial Hemp Regulations (flowering heads, leaves and branches). This will allow the Partners to legallyharvest, dry and store flowering heads, leaves and branches of industrial hemp from its 2018 cultivation, prior to the implementation of the Cannabis Act on October 17, 2018, when extraction of CBD from the flowers and leaves from industrial hemp will be legal in Canada. This will enable the industry to take advantage of an entirely new product market utilizing hemp derived cannabinoids.

 

New Brunswick Facilities

A 4,000 sq. ft. facility was secured in Bathurst, NB for the project in June. The company has established its offices and soon will complete the installation of processing equipment in the facility. A biomass dryer to process the flowers and leaves from participating farms will be installed before the end of August. The dried flowers and leaves will be stored until mid-October when the company is allowed to sell its product to CBD extractors. Once proper licenses have been acquired for importing and manufacturing finished CBD products, the Bathurst facility may also serve as a distribution center for the hempSMARTTMlines of products that are currently manufactured and distributed in the United States by GHG’s partner MCOA.

 

Advanced Crop Monitoring – Successful First Drone Flight

In a large hemp field with tall dense crops, it is impossible to identify stressed areas from ground level. The use of specialized drones can provide targeted field diagnostics. When a stressed area is identified the observer can move directly to that location to assess the conditions of the observed stress.

 

Three drone flyovers have been contracted for the project. Each flyover will provide a coloured image indicating the state of the vegetation, with data collected from random points in the different coloured zones to assess the actual conditions on the ground. Data collected includes the measurement of soil moisture, pH, plant height and insect-disease-pressure. Once properly calibrated, these images will become an effective crop management tool for future crops in the region.

 

Severe Drought

Northeast New Brunswick has been experiencing a severe drought this year. The incidence of the drought has varied in intensity, but is widespread across the region. One of the participating farmers reported that this year’s drought was the worst he experienced in his lifetime. While most crops of the region were hit very hard, as revealed by farm-gate prices of hay, the hemp has faired relatively well, as it is far less demanding in terms of water consumption. Preliminary observations collected from the first drone flyover over three of the farms indicate the extent of the stress observed.

 

It is noted that of the three varieties cultivated this year, the Joey and Canada varieties fared better than the Finola. Preliminary testing has indicated that the output of flowers and leaves does not appear to be affected by the drought. The attached photo shows the flowers that have been produced.

 

About Global Hemp Group Inc.

Global Hemp Group Inc. (CSE: GHG) (OTC: GBHPF) (FRANKFURT: GHG), is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, with base operations in Montreal and Los Angeles. The Company is focused on a multi-phased strategy to build a strong presence in the industrial hemp industry in both Canada and the United States. The first phase of this strategy is to develop hemp cultivation with the objective of extracting cannabinoids (CBD, CBG, CBN & CBC) and creating a near term revenue stream that will allow the Company to expand and develop successive phases of the strategy. The second phase of the plan will focus on the development of value-added industrial hemp products utilizing the processing of the whole hemp plant, as envisioned in the Company’s Hemp Agro-Industrial Zone (HAIZ) strategy.

 

About Marijuana Company of America, Inc.

MCOA is a corporation which participates in: (1) product research and development of legal hemp-based consumer products under the brand name “hempSMART(TM)”, that targets general health and well-being; (2) an affiliate marketing program to promote and sell its legal hemp-based consumer products containing CBD; (3) leasing of real property to separate business entities engaged in the growth and sale of cannabis in those states and jurisdictions where cannabis has been legalized and properly regulated for medicinal and recreations use; and, (4)the expansion of its business into ancillary areas of the legalized cannabis and hemp industry, as the legalized markets and opportunities in this segment mature and develop.

 

For more information, visithttp://globalhempgroup.com

 

Forward Looking Statements. Certain information set forth in this news release may contain forward-looking statements thatinvolve substantial known and unknown risks and uncertainties. These forward-looking statements are subject to numerous risks anduncertainties, certain of which are beyond the control of Global Hemp Group Inc., including, but not limited to the impact of generaleconomic conditions, industry conditions, volatility of commodity prices, currency fluctuations, dependence upon regulatory approvals, the availability of future financing and exploration risk, the legality of cannabis and hemp. Readers are cautioned that the assumptions used in thepreparation of such information, although considered reasonable at the time of preparation, may prove to be imprecise and, as such,undue reliance should not be placed on forward-looking statements.

 

The CSE has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy

or accuracy of this release.

Source:  Global Hemp Group Inc.

About Global Hemp Group

Global Hemp Group Inc. (CSE: GHG) (OTC: GBHPF) (FRANKFURT: GHG) is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, with base operations in Montreal and Los Angeles. The Company was founded in 2014 and is focused on a multi-phased strategy to build a strong presence in the industrial hemp industry in both Canada and the United States.

 

The first phase of this strategy is to develop hemp cultivation for the extraction of cannabinoids (CBD, CBG, CBN & CBC) and creating a near term revenue stream that will allow the Company to expand and develop successive phases of the strategy. Under this first phase of the strategy, the Company has begun cultivating hemp at projects in New Brunswick, Canada and Oregon, in the United States.

 

The second phase of the plan will focus on the development of value-added industrial products utilizing the processing of the whole hemp plant, as envisioned in the Company’s Hemp Agro-Industrial Zone (HAIZ) strategy.

 

The Company is focused on acquiring and/or joint venturing with companies across all sectors of the industrial hemp industries in an effort to build a “soil-to-shelf” portfolio of complementary companies and joint venture partners. There is a perfect storm on the horizon for the hemp industry, as there is significant economic need for increased job creation and tax revenue in most countries around the world, along with a strong demand for sustainable technologies, low carbon footprint housing, highly nutritional food and effective medicines without side effects. Industrial hemp can provide many of these necessary solutions. By vertically integrating the supply chain, the Company can be focused on efforts that will enable it to capture cash flow, revenues and value from its acquisitions and establish a far greater collective valuation than GHG or the individual companies would have on their own.

 

B U S I N E S S   P H I L O S O P H Y
A healthier future through sustainable business strategies.

 

Global Hemp Group companies are integral suppliers of high quality sustainable raw materials and finished products derived from the hemp plant. With products that will be recognized as leading global brands, it will operate in the automotive, building materials, bio-composites, energy-related markets, food, nutritional supplements & nutraceuticals, guided by the overarching theme of “global environmental stewardship”. The Company applies the key concepts of sustainability and social responsibility in all its endeavors.

 

MANAGEMENT

 

Charles Larsen – President, CEO and Chairman of the Board
Mr. Larsen has more than 30 years of experience working in government, public, private and startup companies as an executive manager, including being the founding President of the first publicly traded company in the medical cannabis industry in 2009, Medical Marijuana, Inc., and he is a founder and current director of Marijuana Company of America, Inc. He has been actively involved in the cannabis and hemp industry for nearly a decade, traveling the world researching the plant and the industry, and developing relationships with key global players. Mr. Larsen has provided strategic consulting to many emerging and seasoned cannabis and hemp companies since 2008.

 

In addition, Mr. Larsen has decades of experience in high volume securities trading; corporate and public debt, equities, options and futures, as well as being an experienced portfolio manager, securities trader and C level executive. He has participated in the highest levels of strategic planning, mergers & acquisitions, financial and operational restructuring, public and private corporate finance, governance and compliance.

 

Curt Huber – CFO, Director
Mr. Huber is an independent corporate and financial consultant. He has been involved in all facets of public companies for more than 25 years. He is an experienced director and senior officer who has represented public companies in many different sectors: mining, oil and gas, and technology. In addition, he has provided investor relation services, raised financing in the public markets and built corporate awareness for the companies with which he has been associated.

 

Dr. Paul T. Perrault – Director
Dr. Perrault is an economist trained in cooperative development (M.A.) and in Rural Development (Ph. D.) (Stanford). After some years of consulting on rural development project in several developing countries, he shifted his career to institutional development. Over the years he participated actively in the creation of several university and training institutions in Rwanda, Nigeria and Côte d’Ivoire. Moreover, he contributed to the strengthening of agricultural research organizations, principally in Africa, as a researcher then as a program director at the International Service for National Agricultural Research (1990-2004), a CGIAR institution. These experiences have shaped his perspective in managing and developing world institutions.

 

Jeff Kilpatrick – Director
Mr. Kilpatrick is currently a Program Supervisor for the Alachua County Department of Court Services in Gainesville, Florida. He has a BS in the Administration of Criminal Justice from CSU Long Beach, an MBA from California Coast University, is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and a CPM from Florida State University. He is a Senior Board Member for the Association of Pretrial Professionals of Florida (APPF) and is the President Elect for the National Association of Pretrial Services Agencies (NAPSA). Prior to coming to Alachua County, Jeff spent 21 years in the U.S. Coast Guard. Mr. Kilpatrick is a member of LEAP – Law Enforcement Against Prohibition.

 

CORE VALUES
To be an inspiration of innovation and critical thinking in all that we do. GHG will set an example of professionalism and integrity by being accountable to our shareholders, customers, the community and the environment. We aim to involve our stakeholders (farmers and workers) and will operate with complete transparency to establish & maintain the highest level of quality in our products and services.

 

VISION
To improve the quality of life by researching, developing and distributing sustainable materials, products and services created from hemp.

 

MISSION
To build a strategic portfolio of hemp-based companies that operate synergistically, and consistently deliver an impressive ROI to its shareholders. Through its portfolio companies, GHG provides its global base of customers with a consistent supply of high quality products derived from the hemp plant.

 

ONE WORLD, ONE PLANT
There is only one plant on earth that can provide food, clothing, building materials, fuel and medicine. Hemp could potentially be the most industrially usable biomass that can be produced over the shortest growth cycle, utilizing the least amount of water, nutrients and pesticides, while sequestering the greatest level of carbon. It is one of the few plants on earth that can be grown commercially almost anywhere in the world.

 

HEMP AGRO-INDUSTRIAL ZONE
The Hemp Agro-Industrial Zone (HAIZ) is an optimization concept that grew out of GHG’s efforts to carve a niche of its own in the spectrum of hemp industries. It seeks to build cooperative mechanisms between capital, farmers and labor, and across industrial sectors, focused on different parts of the hemp plant, to produce greater social and environmental benefits with substantial financial reward to capital.

 

The GHG team is developing a diverse portfolio of projects that take advantage of the disruptive potential of industrial hemp. The ultimate goal is to provide value to shareholders on a consistent basis while making the transition of providing clean technologies, effcient processing and quality manufacturing to the world. Management recognizes the immediate need to develop and maintain environmentally friendly business practices and believes that this exceptional plant is the key.

 

PROJECTS

 

High Yielding CBD Hemp Cultivation Project in Scio, Oregon

Global Hemp Group (GHG) and Marijuana Company of America (MCOA) have joint ventured to develop a high yielding CBD hemp cultivation project in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States.

 

Industrial Hemp Project in New Brunswick, Canada

After a successful reintroduction of industrial hemp cultivation in northeast New Brunswick in 2017, Global Hemp Group and its Partner have increased commercial cultivation to 125 acres in the region for 2018.

 

EXTRACTION – A KEY COMPONENT OF GLOBAL HEMP’S PHASE ONE STRATEGY

Being able to extract cannabinoids from hemp will provide the Company an extremely profitable near-term revenue stream that can be increased substantially as the Partners increase the number of acres under cultivation.

 

HEMP AGRO–INDUSTRIAL ZONE

The Hemp Agro-Industrial Zone (HAIZ) is an optimization concept that grew out of GHG’s efforts to carve a niche of its own in the spectrum of hemp industries. It seeks to build cooperative mechanisms between capital, farmers and labor, and across industrial sectors, focused on different parts of the hemp plant, to produce greater social and environmental benefits with substantial financial reward to capital.

 

Cash Crop Today Media, LLC.

Cash Crop Today Media, LLC. (GHG’s 50% owned subsidiary) provides an outlet for hemp and cannabis companies to advertise and showcase their services and products through various owned and managed digital platforms, including its wholly owned subsidiary CashCropToday.com

 

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