Bring Hemp Home | Colorado

In Colorado’s San Luis Valley, worsening drought is causing farmers to face the prospect of losing their livelihoods. Two potato and barley farmers are placing …


  1. It's totally insane to me that hemp production was illegal and is still regulated so tightly. Thank goodness this state has some sense. Let it grow. I'm with the farmers 100%.

  2. Patagonias marketing is so powerful because it actually delivers what it says. Most people want a better planet to live on… but so very few companies actually care or even think about their impact on the climate. Patagonia are leading the way with this and that’s why I’m never buying from another brand again.

  3. This has been on my mind. Thinking a lot of how expensive building materials have become since COVID. Remembering how Henry Ford intended to build his Model T with a type of molded hemp. There’s so many uses. Hemp bricks for building homes. Clothing. Food supplement. Clothing, paper.

  4. monoculture farms need to stop doing monoculture and they wouldn't necessarily need hemp (they never loved cannabis before this) and YES this is exactly like cotton smh. Where were the farmers in the 70's when the hippies were arrested for growing pot?

  5. Yet, government continues to grow. Time to take the reins back from big brother. government is the biggest obstacle to wealth and prosperity in the US. It is now easier to do business elsewhere.

  6. Can't have people making money…big corp taking over until they buy all the land and gets ready then they will pass the hemp bill just for big corps to profits over little farmers

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