Invested in responsible and sustainable farming practices, Future Farm contributes its experience to the national dialogue

May 16, 2019 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Future Farm Technologies Inc. (the “Company” or “Future Farm”) (CSE: FFT) (OTCQB: FFRMF) is proud to announce that George Groccia, Future Farm’s organizational and operational manager, and Zachary Lapan, general manager for Future Farm Maine’s hemp production facilities, have been invited to speak at three separate events in Massachusetts as a result of their successful engagement at the New England Cannabis Convention (NECANN) in March.

George will act as moderator at Cannabiz 2019 on May 22nd, where he will lead the panel discussion “From Alternative Crop to Mainstream Commodity: Is hemp really legal? What did the 2018 Farm Bill change for hemp and CBD products?” with fellow panelists Linda Noel of Terrapin Farm, John Dvorak of Hempology and Julia Agron of Northeast Sustainable Hemp Association. This event will be held at The Cape Codder Resort and Spa located at 1225 Iyannough Road, Suite #1, in Hyannis, Massachusetts.

On June 11th George will be reprising his role as moderator at an event sponsored by The Worcester Business Journal entitled “Cannabis – A new economic engine for Central Massachusetts.” George will moderate the breakout session “Hemp and CBD in Massachusetts: Business Opportunities for Farmers and Entrepreneurs,” with panelists Julia Agron of the Northeast Sustainable Hemp Association and Bill Downing of Terrapin Farm (former president of MassCANN). This event will be held at the DCU Center located at 50 Foster Street in Worcester, Massachusetts.

On June 22nd, Zak will be speaking at NECANN’s 1st Annual Springfield Cannabis Convention, which will be held at the Mass Mutual Center located at 1277 Main Street in Springfield, Massachusetts. The panel is entitled “What’s Next for Hemp Farming in New England,” and will also include Julia Agron of the Northeast Sustainable Hemp Association and Moderator Jake Zieminski of CAVU Wellness.

As a proliferation of small farms are experimenting in growing CBD-rich hemp, Future Farm is proud to be a prominent voice in helping to foster responsible and conscientious farming practices in New England through speaker series. Future Farm will continue to sell its elite strain of Cherry Wine hemp seeds while providing best practices and outstanding customer service to help ensure that small farmers achieve success.

“We take our role in the CBD and hemp-for-wellness space very seriously, and that is realized in our commitment to local communities and to anyone who purchases seeds from us,” comments William Gildea, CEO of Future Farm. “As this industry matures, it will be crucial to the entire ecosystem to provide the safest and most responsibly sourced CBD available, and thought leadership is a key element to understanding and implementing best practices.”

For further information about Future Farm Technologies, contact Investor Relations at investor@futurefarmtech.com or (888) 387-3761 ext. 710.

On behalf of the Board,

Future Farm Technologies Inc.

William Gildea, CEO

About Future Farm Technologies Inc.

Future Farm is a Canadian company with holdings throughout North America including California, Massachusetts, Florida, Maine, Puerto Rico and Newfoundland. The Company’s mission is to advance sustainable agriculture through production of wholesale and retail cannabis products, including hemp. As a leader in its field, Future Farm is committed to using only the highest quality processes and products. Towards this goal, the Company acquires or partners with licensed cannabis operators, and acquires or develops leading technologies in cannabis production, breeding, genetics, and Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA). Future Farm’s scalable, indoor CEA systems utilize minimal land, water and energy resources. The Company holds an exclusive, worldwide license to use a patented vertical farming technology that, when compared to traditional plant production methods, generates yields up to 10 times greater per square foot of land.

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