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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Hemp Seed Is in the Ground Pennsylvania 2017

Many folks worked towards this goal - I gave up predicting a while back and focused on our production, marketing, network suppliers and the future - it's here - 20 years since I was in the newspaper talking about this amazing opportunity - Pennsylvania activist - farmers - Agriculture Dept have made this "hempen" - the vidoe below in our introduction is me riding a John Deere tractor it's seed sower, along with me is Josh's son & the township supervisor "Nothing runs like a Deere" - Mr. Ziegler - Bucky was driving - Adam Thompson & Josh Leidhecker are pressing the viable hemp seed for hemp oil - we will use it in Natalie's Choice oils shortly - 

The picture is Representative Russ Diamond pointing to the hemp in the Lehigh valley that is already growing!!!

 

 

Hempstone Heritage Book and Author

In Lancaster County Pennsylvania we have been blessed to having a local dedicated person who has put in years of research in assorted library's extracting empirical evidence of the amount of hemp grown, processed and left after death to family households. Les Stark has enough insight to write a book - Hempstone Heritage, available today, the start to a new understanding of the importance of hemp in the past and how it can positively impact our future. Available for $19.95 plus shipping, signed by the author.

On July 2001 - www.hempcar.org made it's 2nd stop of many in a 13,000 mile run on hemp biodesiel seed oil. A Hempzels event, Les gave a demonstration using Kenaf stalk simulating a hemp brake in action.Hemp Car

Held at Steve Groffs farm, famous for his no til method and a believer in growing hemp Les Stark told how the hemp brake worked prior to the "marihuana" hysteria and the advent of the steam ship. Get your copy to say yes - I "know".....part of the hemp revolution taking place in Pennsylvania.

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Pennsylvania Hemp History

 

June 10th 2017 - Representative Russ Diamond points to 3" hemp plants sprouting in Lehigh Valley for research - thanks to Erica McBride & Les Stark

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No Problem Hemp and Wool Shoe Laces

Prior to Hempzel Pretzels, No Problem Inc and owner Ralph Amato and friends did more work with hemp fabrics and textiles. Ralph used to have custom clothing produced - wedding gowns and they had produced in Allentown, Pennsylvania around 1997 hemp fiber & wool fiber converted into shoe laces. We have approximately a few hundred pair left - they are still fine but one of the former investors wants to convert his part of the business into cash - $3.00 for 72" & $2.50 for 52" - get them while we still have them in stock. Made in the USA. Put them on your favorite hemp shoes...

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