The Kentucky Hemp Highway, which stretches from Jefferson County to Mason County, includes a series stops that educate Kentucky residents and visitors about the state’s hemp history. This file photo was taken at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, which is not a stop on the Hemp Highway. Hemp was growing there in a small research plot in June 2016 as part of a University of Kentucky and United Hemp Industries project.
The Kentucky Hemp Highway, which stretches from Jefferson County to Mason County, includes a series stops that educate Kentucky residents and visitors about the state’s hemp history. This file photo was taken at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, which is not a stop on the Hemp Highway. Hemp was growing there in a small research plot in June 2016 as part of a University of Kentucky and United Hemp Industries project. File Photo
The Kentucky Hemp Highway, which stretches from Jefferson County to Mason County, includes a series stops that educate Kentucky residents and visitors about the state’s hemp history. This file photo was taken at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, which is not a stop on the Hemp Highway. Hemp was growing there in a small research plot in June 2016 as part of a University of Kentucky and United Hemp Industries project. File Photo

Kentucky Hemp Highway hopes to provide education about hemp history

January 29, 2017 11:06 AM

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