In another sign of the normalization of hemp, K-12 students in Pennsylvania will have the opportunity to learn about how to make sustainable plastic using the crop, the state Departments of Agriculture and Education jointly announced on Thursday.

During the state’s annual Farm Show, which will take place virtually in January, students can participate in a variety of programs—learning about everything from organic farming techniques to how to raise livestock. But hemp will serve as the basis of a lesson on sustainability.

“Lessons include how to make butter, plant-based plastics made from hemp and other sustainable materials, and more,” according to a teacher’s toolkit.

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