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Are hemp bags eco-friendly?

Industrial Hemp Crop

Are hemp bags eco-friendly? It is no surprise to tell you that the world has already suffered a lot due to climate change and global warming. Research has shown the possible causes of climate change and has found that greenhouse gas accumulation in the atmosphere, particularly those resulting from burning fossil fuels, is one of the most predominant causes. On the other hand, eco-friendly practices and products promote green living, which not only helps not[…]Read More

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A Recent Trip to the Grocery Store with Our Reusable Shopping Bags

A Recent Trip to the Grocery Store with Our Reusable Shopping Bags

Sometimes it’s difficult to visualize a product in use without actually seeing it. Especially size and scale, etc. So we like to provide real world photos to show our reusable shopping bags in use in real situations. This was just an ordinary trip to the grocery store, and we decided to snap a quick picture of our Hemp Go Green reusable shopping bags as we loaded them in the back of the car. We keep[…]Read More

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Our NEW Hemp Canvas Zippered Tote Bag Has Arrived!

HGG1002 Hemp Go Green 100% Hemp Canvas Heavy-Duty Zippered Tote Bag

We first prototyped this product in February, and we’ve been working hard since then to bring it to market. A few revisions later, and a few bugs worked out, and now it’s finally in stock!  Just like our shopping bags, this tote bag is made from heavy weight 100% hemp canvas. Unlike our shopping bags, our new tote bag has shoulder-length straps and closes with a zipper. Also includes zippered pockets inside. It makes an[…]Read More

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The Era of Hemp Prohibition is Over!

Did you know? The era of hemp prohibition is over! 2019 is going to be an epic year in the history of hemp agriculture in the USA! After more than 80 years of prohibition, hemp is again a legal agricultural commodity! The 2018 Farm Bill, signed into law in December, significantly loosens restrictions (at the Federal level) on industrial hemp across all 50 states. Provisions in the bill mandate that hemp must now be treated[…]Read More

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U.S. Now #3 of Top Hemp Growing Nations

The USA has jumped into the top ranks of global hemp growing nations, recording a tripling of land under hemp to reach a total 78,176 acres (about 31,000 hectares) in 2018, according to the American hemp advocacy group Vote Hemp. Vote Hemp had recorded about 25,000 acres of hemp fields across the USA in 2017. Twenty-three states grew hemp in 2018, Vote Hemp said. Globally, that puts the USA third, behind world leader China (400,000[…]Read More

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A New Year’s Eve Trip to The Grocery Store

A Recent Trip to the Grocery Store

A New Year’s Eve trip to the grocery store using our Hemp Go Green super heavy-duty reusable shopping bags! Loaded heavy and stuffed full. Probably would have taken 6 or 8 paper bags to do the same job without handles breaking. (Next we gotta replace those plastic produce bags! ? Doh!)

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Hemp Books We Like

We will add to this list from time to time, but here’s some of our favorites to get you started: The Emperor Wears No Clothes: Hemp and the Marijuana Conspiracy (1985–2010) This one is a classic. The best-selling hemp book of all time. Author Jack Herer’s authoritative history of hemp’s myriad uses, and of the war on this plant. Herer thoroughly documents the petrochemical industry’s plot to outlaw this renewable source of paper, energy, food,[…]Read More

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Welcome to the Hemp Go Green Blog! Here we will share interesting Hemp news, and other stuff about Hemp we are interested in. Such as Hemp-related books, shows, and websites. We will share customer photos and stories. We will share some of our own photos, mostly snapshots that aren’t good enough for homepage material, but are still fun or informative. (Sometimes less-stellar photos need a home too!)