Hemp Bound



The Stat Sheet On Hemp Sounds Almost Too Good To Be True Its Fibers Are Among The Planet S Strongest, Its Seed Oil The Most Nutritious, And Its Potential As An Energy Source Vast And Untapped Its One Downside For Nearly A Century, It S Been Illegal To Grow Industrial Cannabis In The United States Even Though Betsy Ross Wove The Nation S First Flag Out Of Hemp Fabric, Thomas Jefferson Composed The Declaration Of Independence On It, And Colonists Could Pay Their Taxes With It But As The Prohibition On Hemp S Psychoactive Cousin Winds Down, One Of Humanity S Longest Utilized Plants Is About To Be Reincorporated Into The American Economy Get Ready For The Newest Billion Dollar Industry.In Hemp Bound Dispatches From The Front Lines Of The Next Agricultural Revolution, Bestselling Author Doug Fine Embarks On A Humorous Yet Rigorous Journey To Meet The Men And Women Who Are Testing, Researching, And Pioneering Hemp S Applications For The Twenty First Century From Denver, Where Fine Hitches A Ride In A Hemp Powered Limo To Asheville, North Carolina, Where Carbon Negative Hempcrete Insulated Houses Are Sparking A Mini Housing Boom To Manitoba Where He Raps His Knuckles On The Hood Of A Hemp Tractor And Finally To The Fields Of East Colorado, Where Practical Farmers Are Looking Toward Hemp To Restore Their Agricultural Economy Fine Learns How Eminently Possible It Is For This Misunderstood Plant To Help Us End Dependence On Fossil Fuels, Heal Farm Soils Damaged After A Century Of Growing Monocultures, And Bring Even Taxable Revenue Into The Economy Than Its Smokable Relative.Fine S Journey Will Not Only Leave You Wondering Why We Ever Stopped Cultivating This Miracle Crop, It Will Fire You Up To Sow A Field Of It For Yourself, For The Nation S Economy, And For The Planet.Hemp Bound

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Hemp Bound book, this is one of the most wanted Doug Fine author readers around the world.

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  • Paperback
  • 152 pages
  • Hemp Bound
  • Doug Fine
  • English
  • 18 July 2018
  • 1603585435

10 thoughts on “Hemp Bound

  1. says:

    I really tried to read this book I really tried to overlook the author s campy golly gee tone I m a solar powered goat herderwho makes hemp smoothies for my family every morning Okay, I don t care This is a t...

  2. says:

    Hemp Bound Dispatches From the Front Lines of the Next Agricultural Revolution by Doug Fine Chelsea Green Publishing 2014 633.53 This is a practical manual of what s coming when hemp is mainstreamed It s a fantastic fiber, t...

  3. says:

    Sensible look at the necessity of legalizing hemp and it s many superlative uses as a money crop and soil builder.

  4. says:

    The author makes an excellent case for bringing back the growing of hemp in the US Now I m following the progress of hemp growers and researchers in Kentucky and Colorado Really interesting.

  5. says:

    Hemp BoundDispatches From The Front Lines Of The Next Agricultural Revolution By Doug FineReviewed by Jay GilbertsonAt the MOSES Organic Farming Conference in La Crosse, Wisconsin, this book literally fell onto my foot And oddly enough, I recently had started getting emails declaring that farmers in Wisconsin can now grow industrial hemp, after jumping through some minor procedural hoops, so finding this book seemed like the next logical step Author Fine incorporates many in field interviews, Hemp BoundDispatches From The Front Lines Of The Next Agricultural Revolution By Doug FineReviewed by Jay GilbertsonAt the MOSES Organic Farming Conference in La Crosse, Wisconsin, this book literally fell onto my foot And oddly enough, I recently had started getting emails declaring that farmers in Wisconsin can now grow industrial hemp, after jumping through some minor procedural hoops, so finding this book seemed like the next logical step Author Fine incorporates many in field interviews, as well as lots of facts and figures to support his eager desire to get the word out that the US should could and is in some states once again growing hemp He stresses that it will not only give farmerschoices of seed crops to incorporate into the mix, but also the opportunity to make some serious bushels of cash The key to success, from humanit...

  6. says:

    Great intro to the applications of hemp in the future I like it because it focuses on a few uses and goes in depth He also seems to have used a variety of sources scholars, scientists, farmers etc

  7. says:

    Just generally poor writing, all around Too bad It was such an interesting topic.

  8. says:

    A great book to introduce you to the possibilities of hemp and its current standings Provides a solid base to continue individualized research Overall, information we should all beaware of.

  9. says:

    This is an ok little summary of hemp s commendable qualities but a lot of this stuff should be taken with a grain of salt And that s coming from someone who s a huge advocate for cannabis I ve even made and used cannabis oil not to be confused with hempseed oil to treat myself medicinally and am convinced it s the only reason I ve survived this long So I just want make it clear that I am open minded to even the almost magical claims about cannabis It s the ideas about hemp saving the Ameri This is an ok little summary of hemp s commendable qualities but a lot of this stuff should be taken with a grain of salt And that s coming from someone who s a huge advocate for cannabis I ve even made and used cannabis oil not to be confused with hempseed o...

  10. says:

    I m currently researching for a user voted podcast episode on Cannabis and this book did a pretty good job supplying me with additional sub topics I needed to dive into.Personally, I didn t resonate with the authors quirky sense of humor, which was constantly delivered with thirty to forty year old metaphors, but it did keep the book light, entertaining, and easy to read It s nice having a book that s dense enough to receive useful knowledge from, but thin enough to provide a brief rest from th I m currently researching for a user voted podcast episode on Cannabis and this book did a pretty good job supplying me with additional sub topics I needed to dive into.Personally, I didn t resonate with the authors quirky sense of humor, which was constantly delivered with thirty to forty year old metaphors, but it did keep the book light, entertaining, and easy to read It s nice having a book that s dense enough to receive useful knowledge from, but thin enough to provide a ...

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