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Tea Party for Hemp?

Can you feel the change happening… it’s coming and in a big way. I think this is the year that Hemp will finally be taken seriously – and it seems Kentucky is leading the way. Here is a great article written by Johnathon Miller, “the former two-term elected Kentucky State …

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Legalizing Hemp Sends The Wrong Message?

Once again The Federal Government  has shown that they are unwilling to to look at the facts and ask intelligent questions when it comes to the possibility that Industrial Hemp could be legalized in the US. Earlier this week the head of the Office of National Drug Control Policy’s Appalachia High …

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Exclusive Interview With Hempy’s Owner Albert Lewis.

Interview of Hempy’s owner Albert Lewis. Interviewed by: Josh Davis for hemp.com 1/19/12 Hemp.com’s Senior Editor Josh Davis sat down with the owner of HEMPY’S, Mr. Albert Lewis to discuss hemp and its future in America… Davis: It’s cold in New York. I went looking for a hat and thought, …

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Kentucky: Hemp Laws are Inching Forward

Is industrial hemp,  once a major cash crop in Kentucky,  about to make a comeback in the state? Maybe although major obstacles would still have to be overcome before Kentucky farmers could again legally grow hemp, which produces strong fibers used in fabrics, ropes and other materials. The biggest of …

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Support Letter for North Dakota Hemp Farming

Our friend David Pillar has a nice article in Grand Fork Herald’s online addition. Former Governor and current North Dakota Senator John Hoeven is being called upon to show support and leadership in support of a Senate bill, similar to House Bill HR 1831, that would allow farmers to grow …

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Hemp Kitchen A Look Back At Some Edible Hemp Delights

We are rapidly approaching Spring, and with that picnics, BBQ’s and just a whole lot of eating healthy. So we thought we’d take a peek at some of the great recipes we had our Hemp Chef Inga Voloshin put together for us. That way when we have a whole new …

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