Kentucky has over 70,000 farms with an average of 170 acres per a farm. Learn how the hemp industry can transform the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

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Hemp Research Foundation

The Kentucky Hemp Research Foundation is a 501(c)(3) created to raise and distribute charitable funding in pursuant of advancing the industrial hemp industry. The Hemp Research Foundation is based in Kentucky; however, the Foundation funds research projects conducted throughout the United States.

With your help we can reestablish research and development for United States industrial hemp, reinvigorate production, and provide innovation for a nascent American industry. We thank you for your generous support!

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Vision

A fully-developed United States-based industrial hemp industry supported by scientific research and market development.

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Mission

To advance the industrial hemp industry through fundamental research and market development.

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The Kentucky Hemp Research Foundation (KYHRF) supports a number of hemp research projects in the Commonwealth. From the examination of economic opportunities to advancements in the sciences, we are at the forefront of this new opportunity in the state.

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The Kentucky Hemp Research Foundation (KYHRF) supports a number of hemp education projects in the Commonwealth. From awareness programs to local events, we focus much of our fundraising efforts to enable various programming in Central Kentucky and throughout the Commonwealth.

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