“GROWN FROM THE SOIL"

Forging History

 
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FLEXIBLE AND SUSTAINABLE INDUSTRY

Cannabis is a wonderful plant with an incredible array of uses. Hemp in particular holds prodigious industrial potential. From Hempcrete to paper to biofuel to fabrics, the sustainable industrial uses of hemp will be a key part of a greener future. Hemp fuel and fiber will make the world go round!

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CARBON NEUTRAL HEMPCRETE

Concrete and its key ingredient cement have allowed us to build modern marvels. But the associated carbon footprint is less than marvelous. Cement is the source of nearly 8% of the worlds CO2 emissions, but Hempcrete can help! By substituting concrete for hempcrete in applicable situations we can help reduce the strain on the planet.

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GREEN AUTOMOBILES

Electric vehicles are a giant step towards a greener car and hemp cars can be another! Automotive applications include: interior car parts, side panels and even the actual body of a car itself! Exceptional artisans have already begun pushing limits with hemp vehicles and major car manufacturers like Mercedes, BMW and Bugatti have embraced hemp plastics and started adding them to their premium car lines.

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REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE

 From seed to harvest to whatever its final product may be, cannabis never stops working. Growing cannabis enriches and promotes living soil, repairing damage done by industrial farming methods. The harvested plant material can be used as bedding and lining in stables because of its phenomenal absorbency. The buildings themselves can even be made of carbon neutral hempcrete!

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CLEANER COMBUSTION

Cannabis is a viable alternative to crude oil! That's good for you and the planet! Hemp biofuel is made from hemp seeds and is yet another way we can fuel our world more sustainably. Methanol can be made from the woody pulp matter in the stalks of cannabis.

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HEMP BIO-PLASTICS

Bio-plastics made from cannabis are a real option! Cannabis plastics are biodegradable, use fewer resources to cultivate, have a negligible carbon footprint and can help us move from non-renewable resources to sustainable industry.

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CENTURY OF HEMP

As cannabis laws are clarified, industrial usages are bound to grow. Up to this point, most of the focus has been on THC and CBD. As industrial hemp manufacturing grows, the scale will tip towards the full spectrum usage of the plant.