They say the state should talk further with local residents and complete studies on the project’s soils and resources before continuing the sales.
The head of the state’s agriculture division says hemp holds a lot of economic promise for Alaska.
Alaska Division of Agriculture officials say they’ve received at least fifty reports from Alaskans about getting seeds from overseas this summer.
Call the Alaska Division of Agriculture in Palmer if you get a mysterious seed packet from overseas.
But that growth comes with some challenges too.