Ok, So I changed Maine’s slogan a bit, but it’s true. Maine is one of the states that has been progressive in its stance with hemp and it’s the furthest eastern state in the Continental …continue reading
Sustainable Hemp Buildings Improve Air Quality and Reduce Water Damage Pollutants for Healthier Living Standards
Building with industrial hemp products is a way to create a more sustainable way of life for human beings. Most Hemp …continue reading
Bringing It Home Filmmakers Linda Booker and Blaire Johnson joined Josh Davis at Hemp.com for this exclusive interview.
There is a new documentary currently in production that has the potential to be one of the best …continue reading
This video from 2009 is an interesting reminder of the simplicity and yet the brilliance of the hempcrete technology. It is also great for learning about the construction techniques that were used when building the hemp …continue reading
Dear President Obama, an Editorial by Josh Davis -There are 21 Countries, including Canada, Great Britain, Spain, France Germany, Romania and China that currently grow hemp. Why not the USA? Mr. President Obama, care to answer?
Karon Korp and Russ Martin researched a lot of types of construction for the house they wanted to build on Town Mountain. They settled on hemp – and not just because it would make their …continue reading
If you are here, you know that Hempcrete is a viable alternative to traditional concrete. And these guys are leading the slow march to acceptance:
“Western North Carolina essentially is the capital of hempcrete building in …continue reading
A University in England is attracting the attention of Architects internationally with their concept house the “HemPod.”
The small structure is a proof of concept displaying the benefits of lime/hemp construction materials.
Environmentally-friendly building materials are often …continue reading
Could hemp be the secret to building sustainable homes?
Hemp sweet home. The hemp that binds your concrete:
Hemp Houses – The Secret of Building Sustainable Homes.
“The versatile substance can be used for flooring, wall construction and roof insulation. Hempcrete is reportedly fireproof, waterproof, makes for a good insulate and doesn’t rot when used above ground. Manufacturers claim the material is 100 percent recyclable and can be used as fertilizer after demolition.”