Both hemp and marijuana, parts of the Cannabis Sativa L. plant, have been for decades under the misconception that they were one and the same. Hemp flower was once jointly classified with marijuana as a dangerous Schedule I substance by the government due to the lack of information. But with analysis and time, it has become clear that hemp does not cause the same psychoactive effects as marijuana. This revelation is what eventually led to the 2018 Bill being passed. Ever since, states have adopted their own regulations in regards of hemp flower. This way, states like Vermont have slowly started to create a diverse hemp market. What does that mean for hemp flower in Vermont? Are hemp smokables available in this state? Here we show the most relevant aspects of Vermont hemp laws.