Through its agricultural partners, Parliament can provide proprietary genetics, proven processes & design, standard operating procedures, and consulting services to its cultivators, and offers them the option of either a fixed-price contract for the purchase of their entire crop or a profit-sharing agreement, which allows the cultivators to share in the value of their crop’s end product.
The Parliament Group also has ample manufacturing space and capabilities for toll-processing, white-labeling, and other joint-venture opportunities.
What we are doing
Parliament Group Ltd. (PG), is creating and centralizing the American market for hemp products. By creating a large-scale hemp processing center Parliament Group Ltd. (PG), is creating and centralizing the American market for hemp products. By creating a large-scale hemp processing center in Northern Nevada, PG is poised to bring together the cultivation, processing and wholesaling portions of the hemp business under one efficient roof.
Ideally located in Northern Nevada, PG can source nearly limitless hemp material from the hemp-friendly states of Nevada, California and Oregon, and being situated right on the I-80 corridor, PG has easy access to all necessary infrastructure to bring in biomass and ship out its refined product. Because PG centers it business on processing, it will attract hemp farmers who are struggling to find viable markets for their crops, and because PG sources proprietary genetics and processes and values the relationships with its cultivators, it attracts and keeps top talent in its organization.
States we work in
The Parliament Group is focused on states in the West and Pacific Northwest, with its Northern Nevada processing center as the cornerstone of its organization. The company expects to source biomass primarily from Nevada and Oregon, with eventual expansion into California. These states have shown an ability to source high-quality hemp, and they are likely to provide the company with exceptional products in the future.
Nevada licensed 490 acres for hemp production in 2017 and increased that number to 1,732.5 acres in 2018. Oregon licensed approximately 3,000 acres Nevada licensed 490 acres for hemp production in 2017 and increased that number to 1,732.5 acres in 2018. Oregon licensed approximately 3,000 acres for hemp production in 2017 and increased that to 10,457 acres in 2018. PG expects to begin operations with hemp sourced exclusively from Nevada and Oregon.
California’s hemp program is the newest in the West, with the first registrations for Industrial Hemp growers expected to be available shortly. While California does not yet have the regulatory framework to support the kind of large-scale hemp production available in Nevada and Oregon, PG looks forward to helping growers in the California market take advantage of the state’s ideal agricultural conditions once commercial production becomes a regulatory possibility.