Hemp is becoming more and more of a good alternative to many different resources
such as trees, fossil fuels and cotton. There are many hemp items available
on the consumer market and through time, these items are evolving as preferred
alternatives to common materials. Hemp in paper and for use as fabric are just
some of the products that are making it to the marketplace. Hemp, a renewable
resource, is a fast growing plant that has been used through the ages in production
of rope and paper. Hemp, though in the cannabis family, is an entirely different
plant then marijuana and has notable industrial qualities and does not possess
THC. Hemp is also being used for oil to replace fossil fuels and for construction
materials. The possibilities are endless. This section is dedicated to educating
folks about industrial uses of hemp and the possibilities this plant holds for
a sustainable economy.
Living Tree Paper Company - http://www.livingtreepaper.com/index.html
A leader in developing printing and writing papers made from nonwood fibers and post-consumer waste. By providing high-quality papers that are environmentally responsible and economically sound, we are helping to minimize the environmental impact of paper production and use.
Monterey Bay Spice Company Hemp Recourse page - http://www.herbco.com/t-Herb-Resources.aspx
Hemp is a variation of the Cannabis sativa plant - a natural fiber product that is used for many industrial purposes over thousands of years. Not only does hemp provide manufacturers with alternatives to less environmentally-friendly products, hemp can used in food, jewelry, clothing, fuels, among many other goods.
NORTH AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL HEMP COUNCIL - http://naihc.org/
Their mission is to form and establish relationships between academia, farmers, agribusiness, manufactures, government, public interest groups, and marketing firms with emphasis on land management, economic and environmental considerations.
The Hemp Industries Association (HIA) - http://www.thehia.org/
At the forefront of the drive for fair and equal treatment of Industrial Hemp and the instigation of a level playing field on which to compete with other natural resources and synthetics. The HIA seeks changes in government policies to encourage global production of Hemp as a raw material for industry. ..
VoteHemp.com - http://www.votehemp.com/votehemp/mythfact.html
Hemp and Marijuana Myths and Realities
The abstract an this web site is copied in part from: Dr. Dave's Industrial Hemp Archives, Hemp and Marijuana: Myths & Realities. This is a must read for anyone who is wants to learn the facts about Industrial Hemp
The Hemp Car - http://www.hempcar.org/
An alternative-fuel project car that utilizes hemp biodiesel for fuel. Industrial hemp would be an economical fuel if hemp were legal to cultivate in the United States. Industrial hemp has no psychoactive properties and is not a drug. Hemp Car demonstrates the concept of hemp fuels on a national level and promotes the reformation of current law.
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