Margaret Bloomquist

NC State University

Margaret has worked in the NC Alternative Crops and Organics Program in NC State’s Department of Horticultural Science since 2012. She engages with woodland botanicals, organics, vegetables, and other specialty crop research and extension efforts. Margaret received a BSc in global resource systems from The University of British Columbia and a graduate certificate in rural project management from Makerere University.

Margaret is speaking in North Carolina.


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Hemp Hemp Hooray: Best Practices for WNC Outdoor Cultivation

Hemp, or Cannabis sativa, has been a prevalent crop in North Carolina since modern production began in 2017. Join a local farmer and researcher to learn about small-scale hemp production, NC State research updates, and future opportunities.

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North Carolina, Saturday 2:30-4:00 p.m.