Should this be cause for celebration?  Many think so as progress rolls on in the State of Michigan.  We've gone from legalization of recreational marijuana in November to nearly all municipalities saying no to retail sales to minds changing to allow it to federal banking laws changing to the first harvest.  A recent survey, in fact, has most Michiganders and most Americans in favor of the marijuana and hemp movement.  Now another corner has been turned.

As reported by fox17online.com, the first harvest of legal hemp has been facilitated at the Paw Paw Hemp Company covering nearly 30 acres.  The work itself is very labor-intensive as there are no specific mechanical replacements for human workers at this time.  The plants will be processed for CBD oil which is dominating the non-marijuana market but many more uses for hemp are being considered and will be part of our future.  Find out more about the future by clicking HERE.