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Hemp day

Posted on March 24, 2005

Plant sprouting up in skincare, clothes, snacks It can make lip balm more luscious. It gives waffles a double shot of nutritional goodies with its protein and essential fatty acids. It even turns a trendy, pricey blazer into an eco-friendly garment. Hemp is hip — and much tamer than its naughty cousin, marijuana. Thanks to […]

Legislature passes bill in hopes of federal legalization

Posted on March 24, 2005

North Dakota’s government continues to show support for the federal legalization of industrial hemp with the passing of House Bill 1492.

Is Hemp Like Pot?

Posted on March 24, 2005

New Hampshire’s state motto is “Live Free Or Die” and yesterday House lawmakers said that includes the right to grow hemp, a close relative of marijuana.

Hemp growing approved by House

Posted on March 24, 2005

The House voted Wednesday to allow farmers to grow hemp — a close relative of marijuana — despite federal hurdles to planting the controversial crop.

House Votes To Allow Farmers To Grow Hemp

Posted on March 23, 2005

The New Hampshire House voted Wednesday to allow farmers to grow hemp.

French Meadow president SBA’s person of year

Posted on March 23, 2005

Her hemp bread, which is made with whole-wheat flour, flaxseed, pumpkin seeds and other organic ingredients, attracted the attention of federal drug enforcement agents, which wanted to ban its distribution.

Staying alive

Posted on February 28, 2005

North Dakota HB1492: Hemp seed repository.

Eco-Conscious Retailer Builds Successful Online Hemp Shop at Home

Posted on February 14, 2005

Children, pets and a spouse aside, Amie attributes her success to professional designs, top-notch customer service and a long journey of lessons learned.

Journal of Industrial Hemp

Posted on January 24, 2005

Read the table of contents online for the latest issue.

Hemp ice cream turns heads

Posted on January 24, 2005

Christina Anderman sheepishly admits she has been experimenting with hemp-based ice cream since 1997 — one year before the federal government made it legal once again for Canadian farmers to grow hemp.