Now that hemp is federally legal, industry-related companies and organizations have free rein to promote themselves on social media. From photos of luscious emerald-filled farms on Instagram to a 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 eighth-generation farm’s Instagram feed takes a nod toward its roots with a vintage-inspired mix of illustrations, product photos and images of life on the New York-based farm.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at this native-owned hemp farm in Oregon, which features not only photos of its big, blooming buds, but also regular videos detailing raising and caring for its hemp.
This husband-and-wife first-generation farming duo highlight life on their regenerative farm in Illinois through warm, homey photos of their seed-to-bottle CBD products, various other plants they grow and the occasional baby animal or two.
As the hemp fiber industry advances in the U.S., more products are beginning to take shape with it—including hemp construction. Hemp Ecosystems features various phases of international hemp lime construction projects on its Instagram and says it will soon be releasing a hemp lime manual to help others learn how to use the material.
Take a break from business with a scroll through The Hemp Report’s Instagram feed, which features everything from hemp factoids to humorous cannabis illustrations.
This North Carolina-based fiber processing company has been working with a farming cooperative in the state to discover the best ways to grow and process hemp for fiber. Its Instagram features the results of its R&D and regeneratively grown hemp.
If you’re looking for a hemp genetics company to partner with, this Texas hemp breeding company has a “complete seed to consumer model” to consider. On its Instagram, the company features regular updates and information on its various varieties.
While this Oregon-based farm features mainly cultivation photos on its feed, it reserves story highlights to neatly separate and highlight the various products it offers, from edibles to flower.
Along with detailed photos and descriptions of its variety offerings, this California-based hemp clone producer stands out with educational posts and detailed descriptions about the effects and scents of various terpenes found in hemp.
Several companies in the U.S. have already begun to take advantage of HempWood by incorporating them into products from flooring to headphones. On its Instagram feed, HempWood shares the various products it’s been used for, as well as company updates.
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