Now that hemp is federally legal, industry-related companies and organizations have free rein to promote themselves on social media however they’d like. From photos of luscious emerald-filled farms on Instagram to a mass of daily tips on Twitter, we’ve rounded up some of the best hemp social media accounts you should be following.
Click through the slideshow to read descriptions of each account, and see links to their accounts below.
This hydroponic hemp farmer digs into the scientific side of growing hemp by offering up photos, mainly taken in his research greenhouse facility, accompanied by detailed captions with growing tips, explanations on biological processes and more.
EcoGen Labs made headlines last year with its sale of 20 million feminized hemp seeds at the NOCO Hemp Expo in Denver. The company stays active on its Instagram with photos and stories giving behind-the-scenes looks at its operations.
Carolinas Cannabis Box
Subscription boxes have swept the U.S. and are available for nearly any product, from meal kits and razors to makeup and clothes—and, now, hemp. This account mainly features photos of its extensive hemp product lineup sourced from a variety of brands, including hemp-infused cotton candy, bath bombs and more.
8 Hands High LLC
This organic hemp farm in Southern Oregon features photos of its big, blooming buds interspersed with snippets of farm life.
Lane Creek Hemp
With bright, vivid photography, this regenerative farm shows off not only its hemp operations, but also its scenic landscape and the variety of animals that roam the land.
Dog lovers, this one's especially for you. This Kentucky-based organic hemp cultivation and CBD processing company keeps active on its Instagram with company updates, photos of its farm and Instagram stories, including an entire collection dedicated to its doggie customers.
Hemp and the Hare
Get your Easter bunny fix with this Twitter account from a small family farm based in Tennessee that raises rabbits alongside its hemp and shares both its successes and challenges in bite-sized tidbits.
The Hemp Maze
File “maze made of hemp crops” under the list of unique diversification activities thought up by hemp farmers. Willow’s Keep Farm, based in Minnesota, has transformed part of its hemp field into a maze to “educate and inform the public about the benefits of a vibrant hemp industry in Minnesota,” it says on its Facebook, where the farm posts regular updates about its operations.
On top of posting updates on its regular training webinars, this cannabis recruiting and dispensary training company keeps its Twitter followers up to speed on some of the latest hemp happenings.
Hoban Law Group
Featuring the latest developments in the marijuana and hemp legal sphere, the Hoban Law Group Twitter also features regular episodes of the firm’s cannabis-focused podcast.