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     We have gathered together a few .pdf (Portable Document Format) files related to Industrial Hemp and some others that you should read as well. We have kept the original document file name where possible. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them. If you do not have it click on the "Get Acrobat Reader" graphic below and follow the instructions on that page. Please bookmark this page before you do the install.

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Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity
     CRS Report for Congress by Jean M. Rawson, Specialist in Agricultural Policy, Resources, Science, and Industry Division, Congressional Research Service. July 8, 2005, January 5, 2005. 12 pages. (PDF files 60K) Highly recommended.


Hemp and Marijuana: Myths & Realities
     By David P. West, Ph.D. for the North American Industrial Hemp Council. 1998, 28 pages. (PDF file 128K) Highly recommended.


AFFIDAVIT OF DAVID P. WEST, Ph.D. - U.S.A. v. ALEXANDER "Alex" WHITE PLUME
     By David P. West, Ph.D. December 2002, 16 pages. (PDF file 213K)
If you only want to read one overview of hemp please start with this one. Highly recommended.


A Renewal of Common Sense
     The Case for Hemp in 21st Century America. Erik Rothenberg, Atlas Corporation in conjunction with VoteHemp.com. October 2000. 30 pages. (PDF file 128K)
     A very well written overview of Industrial Hemp. Highly recommended.


VoteHemp

The Vote Hemp Report
     By Vote Hemp. 2002. 28 pages. (PDF file 4.3MB) Highly recommended.


Hemp is Hip

Hemp is Hip, Hot and Happening
     Hemp Industries Association - Utne magazine. September/October 2004. 8 pages. (PDF file 1.4MB) Highly recommended.


Vote Hemp

VoteHemp.com - Media Center
     VoteHemp.com also has a very large, well balanced set of .pdf downloads to educate and enlighten you on the subject of Industrial Hemp. The section "Links to DEA Rules, DEA Press Advisory, Motion for Injunction Filed In 9th Circuit Court Of Appeals, Hemp Industry Comment Letter To DEA, Petitioners Opening Brief Filed In 9th Circuit Court Of Appeals And NAFTA Lawsuit Filed By Kenex" has a lot of very good information if you have the time to read it. Highly recommended.
     Be sure to check out the Vote Hemp Issue page for other informative downloads.


The Reign of Law

The Reign of Law
     By James Lane Allen. Full text of the famous book as done by Project Gutenberg. 180 pages. (PDF file 340K) Recommended.


Bulletin No. 1935

Farmers' Bulletin No. 1935
     United States Department of Agriculture, April 1952. 16 pages. (PDF file 5.6MB) Highly recommended.


What about growing HEMP

What about growing HEMP?
     By A.H. Wright, Extension Service of the College of Agriculture, The University of Wisconsin, Madison, November 1942. 8 pages. (PDF file 3.6MB) Highly recommended.


Hemp: A New Crop with New Uses for North America
     By Ernest Small and David Marcus. Reprinted from: Trends in new crops and new uses. 2002. J. Janick and A. Whipkey (eds.). ASHS Press, Alexandria, VA. 43 pages. (PDF file 14.1MB) Highly recommended.


THC in Hemp Foods and Cosmetics: The Appropriate Risk Assessment
     By James Geiwitz, Ph.D., and the Ad Hoc Committee on Hemp Risks. January 15, 2001. 35 pages. (PDF file 85K) Recommended.


Hemp and Flax Seeds and Oil in Modern Nutrition An Overview
     By Gero Leson, D.Env., Petra Pless, D.Env. 2004. 3 pages. (PDF file 308K) Recommended.


Assessment of Exposure to and Human Health Risk from THC and Other Cannabinoids in Hemp Foods
     By Franjo Grotenhermen, MD, Gero Leson, D.Env., Petra Pless, D.Env. October 11, 2001. 95 pages. (PDF file 340K) Recommended.


Is Industrial Hemp Worth Further Study in the U.S.? A Survey of the Literature
     By T. Randall Fortenbery and Michael Bennett, University of Wisconsin-Madison Staff Paper No. 443. July 2001. 40 pages. (PDF file 1020K) Highly recommended.


HIA Hemp Facts
     Courtesy of the The Hemp Industries Association. March 7, 2003. 2 pages. (PDF file 85K) Recommended.


Minnesota Grown Opportunities: Industrial Hemp
     By D.G. Pfarr, M.G. Maxwell, K. Sannes, and K. Edberg. A service of the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, the Agricultural Utilization Research Institute, and the University of Minnesota to evaluate diversification options for Minnesota farms. January 18, 2001. 7 pages. (PDF file 85K) Recommended.


Economic Impact of Industrial Hemp in Kentucky
     By Dr. Eric C. Thompson, Dr. Mark C. Berger, Steven N. Allen, Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Kentucky. July 1998, 75 pages. (PDF file 680K) Recommended.


Final Report - Hawai`i Industrial Hemp Research Project
     By David P. West, Ph.D. 2003, 4 pages. Highly recommended.


Hemp Conspiracy - Articles of Truth
     Past to present: know your history and help create a greener future. Great reading from Hemp Conspiracy.com. Downloads include "Unravelling An American Dilemma: The Demonization Of Marihuana" (.pdf 606k) - John Craig Lupien (1995), "Nicaragua Project Proposal: A Sustainable Agriculural/Industrial Concept" (.pdf 397k ) - Paul Wylie Marc R Deeley, MEnvS (2001), and "Cannabis: an environmentally and economically viable method for climate change mitigation." - Mark Deeley (2000). Recommended.

Hemp Conspiracy - For the Record
     Documentation of the Hemp-Agro Nicaragua Project and its aftermath from Hemp Conspiracy.com. Downloads include Nicaragua Litigation, Press Releases, Legal Documents, Business Documents, Seed Documentation, and Incarceration Documents as well as constantly updated news media coverage of Wylie and Hemp-Agro's experience of the Hemp Conspiracy. Recommended.


State Legislative Action For The Development Of A Hemp Industry In The U.S.
     A chart prepared for Hawai`i State Representative Cynthia Thielen that tracks the progress of hemp legislation in the United States, updated: May 3, 2001, 8 pages. Please also see the hyperlinked version at our State Hemp Legislation page with links to the state legislatures and bills.


State Legislative Action For The Development Of A Hemp Industry In The U.S.
     A chart prepared for Hawai`i State Representative Cynthia Thielen that tracks the progress of hemp legislation in the United States, updated: April 20, 2001, 9 pages. Please also see the hyperlinked version at our State Hemp Legislation page with links to the state legislatures and bills.


Letter to Representative Cynthia Thielen
     The March 30, 2001 letter from Toni P. Teresi, DEA Chief, Office of Congressional Affairs to Hawaii State Representative Cynthia Thielen. Clarifies the DEA's current position on the Proposed Hemp Rules "Use Of Marijuana For Industrial Purposes" and spells out the DEA's responsibilities under the Administrative Procedure Act with respect to publication of Rules and Public Comment. March 30, 2001, 2 pages.


State Legislative Action For The Development Of A Hemp Industry In The U.S.
     A chart prepared for Hawai`i State Representative Cynthia Thielen that tracks the progress of hemp legislation in the United States, updated: March 29, 2001, 8 pages. Please also see the hyperlinked version at our State Hemp Legislation page with links to the state legislatures and bills.


Letter to President Bush
     The February 9, 2001 letter from a bi-partisan group of Hawai`i Legislators to President George W. Bush. A copy of the 2/5/2001 update of the State Legislative Action For The Development Of A Hemp Industry In The U.S. was sent with the letter to President Bush. Also enclosed was a copy of the April 7, 2000 letter from Hawai`i Governor Benjamin Cayetano to DEA Administrator Donnie Marshall. February 9, 2001, 3 pages.


Ordinance No. 98-27
     Text of Oglala Sioux Tribal Council Ordinance No. 98-27. July 1998, 7 pages.


SB1397
     Text of the Industrial Hemp Act enacted by the State of Illinois, 91st General Assembly. January 9, 2001, 7 pages.


Legislative Bill 273
     Text of the Industrial Hemp Bill LB 273, Legislature of Nebraska, Ninety-Seventh Legislature, First Session January 5, 2001, 40 pages.


Use Of Marijuana For Industrial Purposes
     DEA publication of proposed rules on Industrial Hemp. Page 74025 from the Federal Register, Vol. 65, No. 231, Unified Agenda, Thursday, November 30, 2000, 1 page.


The DEA Plans to Sneak in Hemp Ban Over Holidays and Play Scrooge to Ontario's Hemp Farmers
     Press release from the Ontario Hemp Alliance on proposed DEA hemp rules. December 20, 2000, 4 pages.


Industrial Hemp: Global Markets and Prices
     Abstract of a paper by Valerie L. Vantreese, University of Kentucky, Department of Agricultural Economics. January 1997, 2 pages.


Industrial Hemp: Global Operations, Local Implications
     Abstract of a paper by Valerie L. Vantreese, University of Kentucky, Department of Agricultural Economics. July 1998, 3 pages.


Industrial Hemp as an Alternative Crop in North Dakota
     Agricultural Economics Report No. 402. July 23, 1998, 24 pages.


Industrial Hemp in the United States: Status and Market Potential
     USDA Economic Research Service report. Good reading, but a seriously conservative view of where Industrial Hemp is headed. January 2000, 43 pages.
     Note from the USDA on their web site: This report is being published only electronically, on the web; no printed copies are available. Original available at the U.S. Department of Agriculture web site.


Practical Guide to Hemp
     A collection of research studies, legislative bills, essays and other information about industrial Cannabis. HempLobby. June 1999, 16 pages.


Kentucky Act HB 855
     Text of the Kentucky act to legalize Industrial Hemp. May 3, 2000, 4 pages.


Kentucky Joint Resolution HJR 121
     Text of the Kentucky joint resolution requesting the United States Drug Enforcement Administration to revise federal policy to allow state regulated development of industrial hemp production and processing. February 25, 2000, 2 pages.


Vermont J.R.S. 98
     Text of the Vermont joint resolution urging the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the U.S. Congress to reconsider federal policies that restrict the cultivation and marketing of Industrial Hemp and related products. February 25, 2000, 4 pages.


Legislative Bill 1079
     Text of the Nebraska bill to legalize Industrial Hemp. January 7, 2000, 39 pages.


House Bill 1428
     Text of the North Dakota bill to legalize Industrial Hemp. January 5, 1999, 3 pages.


Study on Markets and Price Situation of Natural Fibres (Germany and EU)
     By Michael Karus, Markus Kaup, and Daike Lohmeyer of the nova Institute for Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe, e.V. 2000, 3 pages.


The 5 Minute Guide to Industrial Hemp in New Zealand
     By the New Zealand Hemp Industries Association Inc. 1998, 67 pages.


The National Drug Control Strategy: 2000 Annual Report
     From the U.S. White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP). 2000, 164 pages. The ONDCP "Industrial" Hemp statement is on page 51, which is page 61 of their .pdf document. Note: this document is 4.1MB.


The National Drug Control Strategy: 2001 Annual Report
     From the U.S. White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP). 2001, 191 pages. The ONDCP "Industrial" Hemp statement is on page 57, which is page 63 of their .pdf document. Note: this document is 4.9MB.


December 30, 1999 Memo, ONDCP To DEA
     Memo from ONDCP Director Barry McCaffery to DEA Acting Administrator Donnie Marshall concerning importation of hemp products. December 30, 1999, 1 page.


Industrial Hemp Technical Manual
     From Health Canada. Describes procedures for testing Industrial Hemp for THC, viability, etc. March 12, 1998, 33 pages.


USDA Yearbook Article 1901
     A copy of the article on Industrial Hemp from the 1901 USDA Yearbook, by Lyster Dewey. Excellent reading, with the pictures from the book. We pieced this together for all of you. 1901, 18 pages.


U.S. Constitution
     A must read. 1787, with periodic revisions, 32 pages.


U.S. Declaration of Independence
     Another must read. July 4, 1776, 9 pages.


Vermont State Auditor - Cannabis Eradication Report
     Final report written by Edward S. Flanagan, State Auditor. Report finds that a large percentage of cannabis eradicated is feral hemp. Recommended. January 16, 1998, 24 pages.

     The 1996 Domestic Cannabis Eradication/Suppression Program Results show that on average 99.28% of the cannabis eradicated in the US that year was ditchweed, low THC Industrial Hemp.

     The original web page can bee seen at the link below.

Vermont State Auditor - Cannabis Eradication Report


Dr. Bronner's Soap Labels
     To lighten up your reading go to the Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap web site and download .pdf versions of the labels. Dr. Bronner's complete writings, The Moral ABC I & II can be purchased from the address listed. Scroll to the top of the page to read Dr. E. H. Bronner's story.



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