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The Cover photo from Harmless Home of hempcrete blocks for a home project in British Columbia. The woody fibers of the cannabis plant — it grows from seed to harvest in about four months — when mixed with lime produces a natural, light concrete that retains thermal...read more
The articles range from poetry by Native American activist John Trudell to an interview with David Bronner and Will Allen as they reminisce over being arrested for protesting in front of the DEA offices against the fact that industrial hemp is still considered to be a Schedule I substance.read more
Enlightening, Informing, inspiring and Engaging! listen UP! This interview with Randy allows us to gain a greater understanding on this mega transitional Cannabis industry!read more
Why the world's most useful plant is illegal? It's all about corporate greed and government-control of the population. Hemp - one of the world's most useful plants - has been used to create fuel, paper, clothing, food and natural medicine. So why has the United States...read more
The more we learn about hemp the quicker we can get things to where they should have been all along. Hemp is one of the most desirable, industrial plants on the planet. From its tensile strength, to its hardiness, the plant can grow almost anywhere and requires half...read more
The ‘Forbidden’ Crop Taking The World By Storm… For those of us already in this industry we could not be more delighted to see these kinds of headlines - Hemp is emerging and it's not going away!!! If domestic hemp use and cultivation were practiced and encouraged, we...read more
MycoBoard, is “grown” using hemp, mycelium—the vegetative growth stage of fungi— and a little bit of starch and it can be used as particleboard to manufacture products used in the building process. Change and innovation in the building industry is a slow process....read more
Hemp Road Trip's 2017 Spring Tour will cover 30 states, including states with NO hemp legislation (TX, UT, LA, MS, OH, MT, ID). We'll be hosting events and activating people to engage their legislators and help bring an end to federal prohibition! We need your...read more
After attending Hemp Fest this weekend in Las Vegas, I was very frustrated that Marijuana is being portrayed as Hemp. With all the confusion going on in this Cannabis industry, I would think 'those who are in it,' would do their best to be accurate with 'what is', so...read more
Industrial Hemp Industrial hemp is an invaluable renewable resource that is gaining popularity in the U.S. marketplace. As states in the U.S. continue to legalize hemp, more and more hemp products are found on local store shelves. The U.S. is currently the largest...read more
Hemp eats radiation and cleans toxic metals from soil. In addition to a myriad of industrial products such as paper, construction material, clothing, food and fuel, hemp is also known to draw out toxic substances from the soil. Not only does hemp provide humans with...read more
This article is re-printed from the State of Hemp market report with permission from Hemp Biz Journal. A green wave of opportunity is sweeping America—and it shows no sign of stopping. Hemp Biz Journal estimates that the U.S. hemp industry reached $593 million in...read more