Regenerative farmer and bestselling author of Hemp Bound
Doug Fine is an award-winning culture and climate correspondent on five continents, a repeat Conan and Tonight Show guest, and a genuine Rugged Individualist, and he is also a solar-powered goat herder, hemp farmer/entrepreneur, and bestselling author of books like Hemp Bound (a must-read for anyone entering the industry), Too High to Fail, Farewell, My Subaru, Not Really An Alaskan Mountain Man, and, most recently, First Legal Harvest, which was printed on hemp paper.
Willie Nelson calls Doug’s work “a blueprint for the America of the future.” The Washington Post says, “Fine is a storyteller in the mold of Douglas Adams.” In the hemp sphere, Doug is a research collaborator with the University of Hawaii hemp seed development project, he is marketing a farm-to-table hemp product that he helped grow, and is lead consultant for the first federally permitted Native American hemp project. Still, he finds helping re-launch humanity’s longest-utilized plant easy compared to homeschooling his (human) kids and outsmarting his (goat) kids.
DOUG’S SPEAKING SCHEDULE
November 25, 2018
(Moderator) Association Summit
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM • Dunes Ballroom
November 26, 2018
Breakout Session: (Moderator) Farm Panel 1 - What to Think About Before Planting
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM • Palisades Ballroom
November 27, 2018
General Session: The Regenerative Entrepreneur - How to Make it as an Independent Farmer in the Hemp Industry
11:00 - 12:15 PM • Palisades Ballroom