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Thursday, February 23, 2023

1 Billion Acres of Hemp: A Necessity for Our Planet

We are living in a time where climate change, pollution, and other global issues are becoming increasingly unavoidable. Hemp is one of the most sustainable, versatile plants on the planet, and it could revolutionize the way we sustain ourselves and our environment. Here are five thousand reasons why we need one billion acres of hemp, and why it’s a necessity for our planet. Firstly, hemp provides us with an abundant source of renewable energy. It can be used to create biodiesel fuel, biomass energy, and biogas, which would be much more efficient, cleaner, and more sustainable than fossil fuels. Hemp also produces more oxygen than many other crops, which would help fight global warming and climate change. In addition, hemp is an incredibly strong and durable crop, and it can be used to build objects such as furniture, houses, as well as other items that are made from timber. Hemp is also much easier to harvest than trees, which means it can help reduce deforestation and save our forests. The plant can also be used to make paper, fabric, and other materials such as insulation, carpet, and paint. Hemp is much more cost-effective to produce than other materials and can be used to create high-quality products that are long-lasting and durable. Furthermore, hemp is a great resource for soil health. It is capable of absorbing much more CO2 from the atmosphere than trees. The plant also helps keep the soil healthy by preventing soil erosion and enriching the soil with nutrients necessary for other crops to grow. Finally, hemp can be used to create a wide variety of health-related products, including food, medicine, and supplements. Hemp is rich in essential vitamins and minerals, and it is also known to have anti-inflammatory properties. Hemp-based products can therefore be used to improve our overall health and wellbeing. In conclusion, one billion acres of hemp is a necessity for our planet. Hemp is an incredibly sustainable, renewable, and versatile crop that can be used to fight climate change, reduce deforestation, create renewable energy sources, and improve our overall health and wellbeing. Signed, Marie Landry

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