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Hemp US Flags Introduced

Posted on September 25, 2000

Tempe, Arizona — Fuel and Fiber Company, in partnership with Arizona Industries for the Blind, Lloyd Hart of Vote Hemp and Dadapop Magazine, and the Hemp Industries Association as well as the cooperation of many others, is pleased to introduce a new tool for taking America back from the privileged few! A truly unique and patriotic symbol of our struggle for freedom and democracy.

The first 500 flags produced will be numbered. Why? Research indicates there are no hemp US flags made in America today; a version imported from India may be available through Santa Barbara Hemp Company, but that seems to be all.

Thousands of US flags are sold every day. Most are nylon or polypropylene — a synthetic, toxic, petroleum-based Day-Glo, rip-stop, piece of junk that the petro-industry has forced down American consumers throats so much that many might believe they are better than those made of natural fibers like hemp.

Well, that’s about to change now. Soon the flag flying over our nation’s capital will once again be made of hemp! Handcrafted by American workers, it will have the rich texture and feel of hemp fabric and rich, warm colors using responsible coloring methods.

Ours will be the first hemp flags produced in the United States since … well, who knows — at least sixty years! So we will number the first 500. The owners of these first 500 flags will have participated in a historical event unmatched since the Boston Tea Party.

Shouldn’t your family own one of the first 500? Visit to get more information and place an order.

Copyright © 2000, Fuel and Fiber Company. All rights reserved.

2 Responses to Hemp US Flags Introduced

  1. Dave says:

    I’m trying to by a us flag made of hemp. Please advise of a source

  2. Patrick Brown says:

    ¡Greenest Greetings! In online searching for a U.S. flag made of hemp one finds multiple flaws: flags purportedly made of hemp according to the headline of the listing but not when one downloads it; one discovers that the hemp item is of mixed fiber, in many cases recycled fossil fueled fibers or cotton.
    There is much fraud afoot in this matter. It will be some time before the fraudster go bankrupt or be forced out of business. As for many if not most hempster entrepreneurs, many respected names are guilty as well as I’ve discovered through online purchases.
    I’m fed up with the organic cotton moths who sell shopping bags for the divers and sundry politically correct food co-ops in this country.
    Prices for hemp shopping bags are through the roof. Hemp burns but so does fake hemp; I’d like to see some of these fakers burnt down. Most operate as online shysters.
    Thank you for reading this bitch list.
    Skincerely Yours, Pat Brown ***

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