Welcome to the world of Hemp Sustainability.
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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
Why Hemp Could Be The Future Of Plastics The world of #Hemp is emerging faster then we can stay up with, and we've only just begun. It's definitely strange that hemp is safe and legal in some countries and not in others. In the United States, we import over 1/2...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
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 importer of...read more