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.
The three brothers who run this berry-turned-hemp farm in Oregon get into the nitty-gritty of farm life on their Instagram account, featuring photos that document their hemp growth along with satisfying videos of them perfecting their soil.
A self-described “neo-rugged individualist goat herder and regenerative farmer,” Doug Fine is an author and hemp farmer who keeps his Twitter feed packed with news about hemp and tidbits from life on the farm (as well as news about his new book, “American Hemp Farmer”).
When she isn’t busy heading up the Illinois Hemp Grower’s Association, Rachel Berry is growing, among other crops, hemp for fiber in 2020. She documents life on her regenerative farm, as well as her advocacy efforts as CEO of the IHGA, through photos on Instagram. (Note: This account is private. Follow to see posts.)
With a curated cool-toned feed filled with cannabinoid information and product marketing, this hemp oil brand’s Instagram highlights stand out by featuring its customers, brand ambassadors and promotions, along with a quick, informative run-down of the company.
This stand-out feed is filled with thought-provoking psychedelic images that live up to the “flower” portion of this CBD company’s name. Its highlights take on the same bright floral aesthetic while simultaneously offering educational videos, advocacy efforts, available cultivars and more.
While Farmhouse Hemp’s products are part of nearly every photo on its Instagram feed, its warm, honey-dipped aesthetic filled with retro rainbow visuals places it a step above ordinary product promotion. Additionally, each category of products sold by the company has a spot organized neatly into highlights at the top of its page.
The edgy, one-of-a-kind products featured on Mary Jae’s Instagram feed are just the beginning of what the self-described “CBD purveyor” offers on her website and in her Texas store. Beyond a wide swath of CBD products, this shop’s feed is filled with unique smoking devices, accessories and more.
Beyond featuring products from her hemp-based product company, Pot Townsend, owner Leah Simon keeps a personal side to her company’s Instagram page with occasional posts featuring photos of business ventures, lighthearted pictures, thoughtful quotes and more.
This plant propagation company has been in agriculture almost four decades and recently added hemp as a new venture, which it has begun documenting the growth of—along with other crops—on its Instagram page.
This CBD product manufacturer stays active on its Instagram not only by featuring its products throughout its feed but also with neatly organized story highlights at the top of its page that feature customer testimonials, education efforts and more.
Don't see your favorite hemp-related account in our compilation? Email Theresa Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to be featured in next month's social media roundup.