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Compass Coffee Talk Episode 22 - The Future of Hemp
Colorado Agriculture Commissioner Kate Greenberg, Hemp Activist and Educator Saba Tesfay, and NoCo Hemp Expo Producer Morris Beegle join Compass Coffee Talk.
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Morris Beegle
Co-Founder and President @WAFBA (We Are For Better Alternatives)
Morris Beegle is Co-founder and President of the We Are For Better Alternatives (WAFBA) family of brands. Spanning education, advocacy and entertainment, Beegle engages audiences around the world through podcasts, virtual conferences and webinars, digital and print media, radio, and live events. He is an entrepreneur, business leader, and respected industry thought leader. Under the WAFBA umbrella, Beegle produces hemp-centric events including the NoCo Hemp Expo, the Southern Hemp Expo, and the Winter Hemp Summit. He also publishes the LetsTalkHemp.com media platform. WAFBA has a products division which includes Silver Mountain Hemp Guitars, maker of hand-crafted hemp guitars, cabinets and components; Tree Free Hemp Paper and Printing; and One Planet Hemp, an online merchandise store including apparel, posters and accessories.
Kate Greenberg
Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture @State of Colorado
Kate Greenberg has served as Colorado’s Commissioner of Agriculture since 2018. Prior to her appointment, Greenberg was the Western Program Director for National Young Farmers Coalition, where she established and grew the organization’s presence and membership across the West. Greenberg has farmed on operations across the West, managed Western policy field programs through Whitman College, and worked in natural resource education and restoration from eastern Washington to Mexico’s Colorado River Delta. She was involved in the development of the Colorado Water Plan and Colorado River Basin water policy and is a graduate of Water Education Colorado’s Water Leaders flagship course. While she currently spends much of her time traveling the state, Durango, Colorado is home.
Saba Tesfay
Hemp Technology Expert @Environmental Sustainability and Social Welfare
Saba Tesfay is an emerging player within the hemp building sector connecting experts and citing trends. With a focus on environmental sustainability and social welfare, Saba shares our vision to fundamentally shift the attitudes and relationship towards the hemp plant to address the many issues society faces today. Saba’s direct experience and knowledge in the United States and Africa evolved around applying practical solutions regarding natural resource management and education through outreach and television production. With a focus on new and emerging hemp technologies for regenerative systems, Saba served as a board member of the US Hemp Building Association to encourage the advancement of their mission.