Our conduct is to promote industrial hemp as the ideal crop for transitioning to organic farming. We work with farmers and educate them on how to grow hemp efficiently for the maximum benefit of their land while making a profit.
For farmers, hemp represents a globally tradeable commodity as well as a cash crop that helps suppress weeds and pathogens in soil. When used in crop rotations, it often increases the yield of follow-on crops. The plant improves the soil's quality and structure. When combined with efficient use of organic fertilizers it eliminates the need for fossil-fuel based pesticides and chemical fertilizers.
We plan to collaborate with professional hemp associations, top scientists and universities to collect data on soil quality, contaminant extraction, and carbon sequestration while identifying opportunities to remediate areas contaminated and degraded by extensive use of harmful chemicals.
Our long-term objective is to measure and monitor the exact amount of CO2 sequestered in the soil, the plants biomass, and products made of it. We are looking for prospective partners to join our pilot projects and field research.
Hemp's rapidly growing biomass, with its wide range of industrial applications, can play a major role as a carbon sink. Hemp is, in fact, one of the fastest CO2-to-biomass conversion tools available. This is a major advantage given the urgency of the changing climate.
Total yield and carbon uptake can be calculated after harvesting hemp, giving certainty not possible with other natural carbon absorption processes. We have begun work on the development of a unique Carbon Offset Project that will allow companies, and individuals to offset their carbon footprints and meet their emission reduction goals.
Our main goal is to empower and motivate current industry stakeholders from a wide diversity of fields to integrate hemp into their production and supply chains by providing them with the needed expertise, data, contacts and information.
Industrial hemp provides renewable materials that have the potential to replace fossil-fuel resources in many industries. We advocate and help with the production of hemp-based products such as: biodiesel, ethanol, concrete and insulation, hempwood, hemp paper, bioplastic packaging and single use items in the food and hospitality industries, biocomposites in the automotive industry, hemp batteries, superchargers, prefabricated roof panels, pesticide-free textiles, filaments for 3D printers, and many others.