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Weed on a natural high

Posted on November 11, 2004

Organic food lovers in Leeds are stocking up on Yorkshire-grown cannabis. But as there’s no chance of getting high from the environmentally-friendly hemp plants, which are used in foods and other goods, local police are none too concerned about the crop’s popularity.

Interview with hemp fashion designer Jenny McPherson of Enamore

Posted on June 23, 2004

Hemp clothing has received a lot of negative press over the years and the time has come to give this amazing fibre a serious style makeover. Hemp is one our planet’s most ancient crops grown all over the world.

London Hemp Fair

Posted on June 11, 2004

We are proud to announce the first ever London Hemp Fair, which will be taking place at the internationally famous Wembley Exhibition Centre in the UK on the 1st to the 3rd of October, 2004.

Hemp and Flax Processing Plant Closes

Posted on June 3, 2004

Premium Crops Ltd, a specialist UK crop production company, has announced the closure of its hemp and flax processing factory located in North Wales.

Headteacher Furious over “Cannabis Lollies”

Posted on April 1, 2004

A headmaster reacted with anger today to the sale of “cannabis lollies” just yards from his school. Although the sweets contain hemp extract and not cannabis, headmaster John Wood said today they made the drug “look glamorous”.

“Drug” lollies uproar

Posted on February 14, 2004

Trading standards bosses are to push for the outlawing of “cannabis lollies” on sale in Leeds sweet shops.

Seeds of hope

Posted on May 1, 2003

Jake Bowers describes hemp’s potential to transform agriculture and the plant’s demonisation by huge and competing industrial interests.