“Welcome back my friends, to the show that never ends. I’m glad you could attend. Come inside, Come Inside Come Inside. Right Now…” Beckons, the voice of Morris Beegle, NOCO Hemp expo producer and co-host of the Let’s Talk Hemp and 422 Podcast. NOCO, (Northern Colorado Hemp Expo) is the largest hemp-centric trade show and conference in the world. The expo, originally slated for March 26-28 with 400 exhibitors and 20,000 attendees, was postponed to August 6-8, 2020, due to the coronavirus.

For the third expo in a row Honeysuckle and now Honey Pot magazines have been working with NOCO and SOCO (Southern Hemp Expo) to power their digital magazines This year’s installation features incredible design and top notch content such as Is Hemp Paleo? My Courtship with Cannabis by Winona LaDuke, Reflections on Being Black in Agriculture and a preview of NOCO’s first Mushroom Pavillion. The expo is presented by EcoGen, the largest vertically-integrated manufacturer and supplier of specialty hemp-derived ingredients in the U.S.

We were all able to release the pub slightly after he pre determined date, clearing the way for NOCO’S Earth Week virtual conference, in conjunction with the official 50th Anniversary for Earth Day April 22. Sign up by clicking the link.

Honeysuckle and Honey Pot magazines fully support the message of Morris, Executive Director Elizabeth Knight and Operations & Finance Lori Buderus:

“This plant is an essential component of society on so many different levels. As we
remain on this path to ending it’s prohibition, and moving from a petroleum-based
to bio-based economy and consciousness, we must continue to be united in arms and
to make a positive impact on the future of our collective world.

This publication represents many who have come together in support of the hemp industry and betterment of the planet. We at WAFBA (We Are For Better Alternatives)
hope for true, genuine and positive energy as we climb our way to the mountaintop.
Until we see you in August at NoCo 2020, be healthy, stay green and be safe.”

Read the digital mag here. Article as published in Honeysuckle Magazine