Industrial Hemp:brings together some of the leaders of the industrial hemp movement to discuss their views, research and experience.
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 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.  Established contemporary artists Karen Gunderson and Glenn Goldberg create work from and about hemp while Mitch Epstein, one of the finest photographers of his generation, takes a stunning cover portrait of Alex White Plume wearing his grandfather’s feather bonnet.

Mia Feroleto, producer and creative director of HEMP NY CITY, edits this collection to share what is and the possibilities of what can be with industrial hemp.

1. Eric Steenstra, Executive Director of Vote Hemp on the history of industrial hemp and the industrial hemp movement

2. Joel Stanley, CW Botanicals
on the creation of Charlotte’s Web

3. Michael Carus, Nova
board member of the EU Industrial Hemp Association
on hemp in the EU

4. Jeffrey Silberman, Chairman of the Sustainable Textiles Department at FIT on hemp textiles

5. Will Allen, farmer and activist, named one of the 50 most influential people by Politico; and David Bronner of Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap
on their experience in the hemp movement as activists

6. Glenn Goldberg, artist
on his experience at Dieu Donne making hand made hemp paper works

7. Mike Lewis, founder of Growing Warriors and hemp farmer in Kentucky
on farming hemp and the founding of Growing Warriors

8. Heather Jackson, Executive Director of The Realm of Caring Foundation,
on her personal experience

9. Steve Allin, builder, on building with hempcrete around the world

10. Michael Reif, attorney, and Marcus Grignon, farmer and activist, on Native American issues with farming hemp

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