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Hemp Makes Great Plastic, So Why Isn’t Hemp Plastic Everywhere?


Plastic is an inescapable part of our everyday lives, so why is almost all of it still made from polluting, non-renewable...

Hemp In Europe With Mark Reinders of HempFlax


On our Podcast, Mark Reinders introduces us to the state of Hemp in Europe and explains how HempFlax uses every part of the...

Kansas Hemp Stories: Kansas Is Becoming A Hemp Powerhouse (Again)


Now that hemp is legal, Kansas is growing the crop again. Meet Kelly Rippel, one of Kansas' leading hemp advocates, on the Ministry of Hemp...

Sustainable Hemp Farming: Promoting Regenerative Agriculture In Hemp


Restrictive regulations and the rapid growth of the hemp industry keep hemp from fully living up to its sustainable promise....

Hemp Masks Offer Sustainable Personal Safety During COVID-19 Crisis


Hemp masks from iLoveBad Organics and The Hemp Cooperative offer a sustainable alternative. They're donating them to frontline workers during the COVID-19...

How Hemp Fabric Is Made & Why It’s Better


Hemp fabric could be crucial to creating a more comfortable, more sustainable world. Hemp fabric is softer, stronger, resistant to odor, and protects the...

Hempcrete And Sustainable Construction With Mattie Meade


On our podcast, Mattie Mead of Hempitecture explains why hempcrete is the sustainable building material of the future. Plus Matt looks at the year in...

Morris Beegle: Hemp Can Be A Sustainable Industrial Alternative


In our podcast, we talked with hemp industry leader Morris Beegle about how hemp can be a sustainable alternative to paper, wood and plastic...

Hemp Biofuel Could Ease Our Dependence On Fossil Fuels


After legalization, hemp biofuel could be a key part of reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. Researchers have made hemp into two types of biofuel:...

Reducing Cannabis Waste With Ocean & Hemp Plastic


A pioneering hemp company is helping to reduce cannabis waste and clean up our oceans. The cannabis industry produces massive amounts of single-use plastic....