The 9th Annual Hemp History Week is taking place from June 6 9 at The Collective Sedona,
a shopping center and place at The Town at Oak Creek, a town 7 miles south of Sedona. The focus of this year s event is the roots of hemp in American history in addition to the advantages of hemp farming, Verde News reports. Each day includes different speakers, films and entertainment. Wednesday, June 6 from 7 9 p.m.: Jack Herer( Emperor of Hemp) film Alex Gentry of Safer Arizona
will speak Tastings of hemp, wine and food Thursday, June 7 from 7 9 p.m.: Standing Silent Country film Benefits and art of working with
hemp Brandon Brookes of
Ascended Nest speaks Friday, June
8 from 7 9 p.m.: Live music The Hemp
Revolution movie Water revolution and the Assistance of Industrial Hemp Natural Action Technologies speaks Saturday, June 9
m. 5 p.m.: Live music Ian Pederson of Source CBD speaks Included discussion: Advantage of hemp-based CBD for kids by Suppliers of Hemp Food and consume hemp samplings The Collective Sedona is in The Town of Oak Creek at 7000 Sate Route 179.