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the challenge

When hemp was outlawed in 1938, it was replaced by plastics, fossil fuels and other synthetic products. Unfortunately, the world's precious natural resources are being reduced at an alarming rate, and the damage done to the Earth from those products has reached crisis proportions. As a result, today's eco-conscious consumer is demanding that industries produce better, more sustainable products and services in order to reduce the massive amounts of pollution that is destroying our environment.

Industrial hemp fiber and cellulose will play a leading role in the monumental transformation of numerous industries such as farming, textiles, construction, paper and bio-plastics, all of which will thrive and grow while simultaneously solving some of the world's biggest environmental challenges for generations to come. 

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