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Micro plastic in BC seafood.

CBC Radio News Report  January 2017: "Tiny pieces of plastic are making their way into fish and shellfish found at the supermarket, a new study has shown. Link: http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/microplastics-fish-shellfish-1.3954947 "It has infiltrated every level of the food chain in marine environments and likely fresh water, and so now we're seeing...

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Hemp farm adventuring

Lorna and Bill, owners of Hemp & Company, spent a sunny afternoon recently with Blake and many others helping to hand harvest his Vancouver Island hemp field. It was an elemental feeling. We need food, farmers produce our food. You can buy Good Seed organic hemp hearts, oils and protein...

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Celebration Dress

Something to celebrate! Newly arrived - our popular and successful Celebration Dress is the ideal for a "dress me up take me out" summer garment. Beautifully designed by our in house Designer Gabriel Conroy, the Celebration Dress takes hemp to a whole new level of sophistication. Featuring pleated draped panels at...

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NOCO Hemp Expo Report

In April, 2016 Hemp & Company owners, Bill and Lorna attended the NOCO  Hemp Expo in Loveland in North Colorado. Going down there ( or up topographically) we  expected an expo celebrating all the wonders of Industrial Hemp. The two day conference was surprising in its size, scope and quality. ...

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iHemp Radio interview

Bill had an interview with Anndrea Hermann from iHemp Radio. Its a show all about industrial hemp. Anndrea is a great advocate for hemp and farming. Truly worth following. Here is the link to her interview with Bill Finley, owner of Hemp and Company which was taped the day he...

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Outstanding in our Field

Outstanding in our Field !!!Really, not just bragging - literally standing in our hemp field yesterday thinning plants. Blake of Good Seed Hemp planted a field of X59 miniature hemp plants near Shawnigan Lake here on Vancouver Island. We spent time over the past few days removing the male plants...

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