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  • Hemp History Week: Take Notice. Get Involved!
    During the 5th annual Hemp History Week, farmers and industrial hemp advocates alike are reaching out to remind the public of a plant that was once completely legal to grow in the US. They are, however, making valuable headway in their quest, with sales of hemp products reaching 581 million dollars last year, it’s no […]
  • Kentucky Begins Growing Industrial Hemp
    After the recent debacle where DEA agents seized a shipment of hemp seeds bound for Kentucky, there has been a lot of hemp news coming out of the area. Last Tuesday the University of Kentucky officially started growing industrial hemp on one of their test plots in order to research and determine the potential of […]

Oaksterdam University

Oaksterdam University in Oakland California

Oaksterdam University boosts “Quality Training for the Cannabis Industry”
America’s first cannabis college was founded in 2007 to provide students with the highest quality training for the cannabis industry. Our faculty is comprised of the most recognized names in the California cannabis legalization movement. Since opening its doors in November of 2007, thousands of students have taken classes with the hope of entering the budding cannabis job field.

Oaksterdam UniversityOaksterdam University was founded in November 2007. Richard Lee, the founder of Oaksterdam University, placed a provocative advertisement in the East Bay Express proclaiming “Cannabis Industry Now Hiring”. Lee had wanted to open a trade school for the cannabis industry ever since visiting the cannabis college in Amsterdam. Rather than emulate the college in Amsterdam where curriculum mainly surrounds horticulture, Lee decided to expand upon the idea and create a curriculum that focuses on the entire cannabis trade. Wanting to further legitimize the cannabis industry, Lee’s school quickly gained the attention of local, national, and even international media.