Bringing it Home

Hemp-50000-Uses-and-Benefits-768x1024Hemp is a misunderstood plant with compelling benefits for healthy homes, food, farmers, job creation and our environment. Industrial hemp is non-psychoactive and grown in over thirty other nations but currently U.S. farmers are prohibited from this economic opportunity. BRINGING IT HOME’s filmmakers Linda Booker and Blaire Johnson animate hemp’s history and introduce us to business owners using industrial hemp for construction, textiles, nutrition, and body care products in the United States and around the globe. BRINGING IT HOME explores “Why aren’t we growing it here?” and the latest effort by advocates to legalize hemp farming in America. Learn more, support, sign up for news at bringingithomemovie.com
Watch it NOW through July  3 – 11th

Be sure to bookmark the landing page, return anytime during July 3 – 11 to watch the film online. 
 
This is a great opportunity to come together with friends & family to watch, learn & discuss the importance of restoring industrial hemp as a U.S. agricultural commodity. 
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Buy the home DVD Now through July 11th for $24.99 and
$5.00 from every copy will go to support
Vote Hemp and their work. (US shipping included)

BRINGING IT HOME has been an important part of Vote Hemp’s and Hemp History Week’s advocacy campaign to educate consumers and lawmakers about industrial hemp’s uses for healthy, sustainable products for nutrition, construction materials, bio-composites, textiles, body care and more and why policy change is needed to bring this beneficial crop back to all of America’s farmers for a greener future.

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About Vote Hemp

Vote Hemp is a national, single-issue, non-profit organization dedicated to the acceptance of and a free market for industrial hemp, low-THC oilseed and fiber varieties of Cannabis, and to changes in current law to allow U.S. farmers to once again grow the crop.

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