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Doug Fine’s Hemp Bound

Posted on May 7, 2014
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There has been many books written about hemp, and many would argue the whole modern renaissance began with Jack Herer’s Emperor Wears No Clothes. The highlights of Hemp Bound’s are that the author provides a newer, contemporary material and the on-the-scenes journalistic field work. Doug Fine writes from a first person perspective without being overindulgent. A few personal and small descriptive details scattered all through his narrative ensures that his spiel remains grounded. It’s an enjoyable read and I greedily want more.

Hemp Horizons

Posted on December 1, 1997

Roulac, author of the immensely popular Backyard Composting (1991), is working hard to revive commercial cultivation of hemp, a wonder plant once widely grown in the U.S. but long discouraged by the government for no good reason. Roulac explains very clearly that hemp is not, as so many people assume, the same plant as marijuana; it is a nonnarcotic variety that is amazingly versatile and nutritional, environmentally sound, and potentially very profitable.