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Woody Harrelson at festival for documentary on eco-journey

Posted on January 30, 2004

Woody Harrelson finally got to be himself. The 42-year-old actor has run the gamut of roles since his teens, from serial killer to pornography mogul to drag queen.

Naturally hemp

Posted on November 1, 2003

In an upcoming film documentary actor Woody Harrelson goes on a West Coast journey in a hemp-powered bus to sell the joys of environmental purity with the Simple Organic Living Tour. This is just one example of the many uses of hemp. However, none of those uses include getting high. In short, hemp is not marijuana.

Hemp growers, buyer sue

Posted on September 10, 2000

The growers of thousands of hemp plants seized August 24 and a Delaware company that had contracted to buy the plants have filed federal lawsuits in Rapid City to bar the destruction of the plants. Nearly 4,000 plants were taken by federal authorities from two plots on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

Harrelson goes green in Manitoba

Posted on August 31, 2000

Actor Woody Harrelson has invested two years and hundreds of thousands of dollars in a non-wood pulp mill proposed for Manitoba. If the project proceeds, it would be the first of its kind in North America.

Woody funds pulp

Posted on August 31, 2000

Actor Woody Harrelson has invested two years and hundreds of thousands of dollars in a non-wood pulp mill proposed for Manitoba. If the project — using straw from oats, flax, wheat and, eventually, hemp to make paper — proceeds, it would be the first of its kind in North America.

“Hemp seeds” actor cleared

Posted on August 26, 2000

Woody Harrelson, the actor, has been cleared of marijuana possession after his symbolic planting of four hemp seeds in a Kentucky field. The Natural Born Killers star planted the seeds in 1996 knowing that he would be arrested so that he could get the state to differentiate between hemp and marijuana. The jury in Beattyville, Kentucky, took 25 minutes to find Harrelson not guilty on charges that could have landed him in jail for a year.

Harrelson’s hemp seeds legal, jury says quickly

Posted on August 25, 2000

The legislature said hemp and marijuana are one and the same. The state’s highest court agreed. But five women and one man from Lee County said yesterday that actor Woody Harrelson didn’t break the law when he planted four hemp seeds four years ago in a grassy Lee County field. The jury took only 20 minutes to find Harrelson not guilty of a misdemeanor charge of possession of marijuana.

Jurors Clear Actor in Pot Case

Posted on August 25, 2000

A Lee County jury acquitted actor Woody Harrelson on a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession yesterday, ending his four-year court battle to get the state to differentiate between hemp and marijuana.

Harrelson Acquitted of Drug Charge

Posted on August 24, 2000

A jury acquitted actor Woody Harrelson of misdemeanor marijuana possession charges Thursday, ending his four-year court battle to get the state to differentiate between hemp and marijuana.

Woody Harrelson, Guilty or Innocent, will appear on Court TV

Posted on August 23, 2000

Guilty or innocent? On August 25th, on the day after Woody Harrelson stands trial, the actor / environmentalist will appear on Court TV with Catherine Crier discussing the outcome of his court case in which he challenged Kentucky law that includes hemp within its definition of marijuana.