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Organic hemp interesting alternative for Californian growers

Posted on April 15, 2005

California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF) is the first major agricultural organization to support Assemblyman Mark Leno’s new industrial hemp bill based on the huge economic potential represented by the production of organic hemp in California.

Hemp Hemp Hooray!

Posted on April 15, 2005

In support of the upcoming Earth Day, we at The Clock find it imperative to highlight the most significant agricultural, environmental, and economic opportunity that has been suppressed by amoral corporate entities and their legislative lackeys.

Hemp: coming soon to a kitchen near you

Posted on April 14, 2005

It has taken a decade to develop, but a Gretna-based company thinks it is on the verge of making it big with counter tops made with hemp fibre.

What’s Matt Smokin’?

Posted on April 13, 2005

Though Matt clearly articulates his accurate understanding that marijuana and industrial hemp are distant biological cousins, with hemp having only trace amounts of THC, he misses no opportunity to confuse the issue throughout his article.

Hemp Plus Granola Cereal Served at Harvard University

Posted on April 11, 2005

Hemp Plus Granola is one of the most popular offerings at the school.

New Hampshire considers legalizing hemp

Posted on April 10, 2005

If the bill were to pass the Senate, Morgan said he would expect the New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police to lobby the governor for a veto — if the lobbying hasn’t started already.

Pumping iron into lunch

Posted on April 7, 2005

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s plan to get rid of junk food in schools has one thing going for it: Cutting out junk food actually works.

Legalize industrial hemp

Posted on April 7, 2005

One of the most absurd, anti-free market ironies of America’s misguided war on drugs, California’s farmers by law cannot grow it.

Government of Canada Recognizes Hemptown’s Work

Posted on April 7, 2005

Hemptown Clothing Inc received confirmation of $223,118.00 from the Government of Canada’s Scientific Research and Experimental Development program (SR&ED).

Bill Would Allow Farmers to Grow Hemp

Posted on April 7, 2005

The Oregon Senate’s committee on Environment and Land Use heard testimony Wednesday on a bill that would allow the production of industrial hemp.