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Fiber processing plant will put Dauphin

Posted on September 20, 2005

With 80 per cent of the continent’s narcotic-free hemp grown here, and one of the world’s largest hemp fibre plants slated for construction next year, Dauphin is laying claim as Canada’s hemp capital.

Hemp Food Sales Grow 47% Since Last Year’s Federal Court Victory Over DEA

Posted on September 16, 2005

Washington, DC — New market research obtained by Vote Hemp confirms that in the year since the Hemp Industries Association (HIA) successfully beat the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) attempt to ban nutritious hemp foods, sales of hemp foods have increased by at least 47% overall. The sales data was collected by the market research firm […]

New Holiday Gift Wrap and Greeting Card Collection Offers Consumers Sustainable Choices With Style

Posted on September 12, 2005

Paporganics recently announced its Holiday Collection of greeting cards, wrapping paper, coordinating gift cards and ribbon made from hemp and recycled fibers. The collection is not only elegant and contemporary by design; it’s 100% environmentally friendly.

Co-Founder of Leading Hemp Foods Company Featured in April’s Entrepreneur Magazine

Posted on April 25, 2005

Fata’s ability to overcome many business challenges has earned him a full-page write-up in the current April 2005 edition of Entrepreneur Magazine.

California Considers Industrial Hemp Bill

Posted on April 25, 2005

Thousands of local businesses, organizations, individuals, and farmers are backing new industrial hemp legislation (AB 1147), that would give California farmers the right to grow low-THC varieties of hemp.

Nutritional, industrial uses of hemp seeds

Posted on April 22, 2005

No other single plant source provides complete protein in such an easily digestible form, nor has the oils essential to life in as perfect a ratio for human health and vitality, says N C Shah in the concluding part of the article Mumbai, India — Now-a-days, in the USA, Canada and European countries etc hemp […]

Movie Review: Hemp and the Rule of Law

Posted on April 22, 2005

Filmmaker Kevin Balling explores the movement to legalize hemp, and the reluctance of some politicians to do so on the grounds that it might be the first step toward legalizing marijuana.

Hemp industry poised for a comeback

Posted on April 22, 2005

Hemp industry spokesmen are optimistic that hemp farming is about to make a comeback almost 50 years after federal law prevented U.S. farmers from growing the crop.

All you need to know about hemp

Posted on April 16, 2005

So it makes sense that some rules exist, although how extensive they should be is a matter of debate. In the U.S., restrictions on growth of industrial hemp (fencing and walls, armed guards, alarms) are so great that it’s not economical and most of it is imported. Some want to change that, others don’t.

Texas Congressman Proposes to Redefine Industrial Hemp

Posted on April 15, 2005

U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Surfside, intends to file legislation this spring that would redefine industrial hemp under the Controlled Substances Act, removing the de facto federal ban on agricultural hemp production.