1. Day 4 of 31 Hemp Products: Moisturizer

    HEMP PRODUCT: Moisturizer SUB MARKETS: Cosmetics/Beauty, Skin Care, Oils Day four of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign benefits all of the humans out there who have skin: hemp moisturizers. Hemp seed oil is often used in skin emollients and lotions because it alleviates itching, irritation, and soothes dryness. Rich in Omega-3 and Omega-6 Linoleic Acids (3:1 ratio), it...
  2. Day 3 of 31 Hemp Products: Insulation

    HEMP PRODUCT: Insulation SUB MARKETS: Construction, Green Building, Natural Insulation Day three of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign includes an excellent alternative for energy-efficient builders and environmentally-conscious homeowners: hemp insulation. Hemp insulation offers a healthier option to the status-quo synthetic materials, such as fiberglass batting, and has a comparable R-value at 3.5 per inch...
  3. Day 2 of 31 Hemp Products: Shoes

    HEMP PRODUCT: Shoes SUB MARKETS: Textiles, Clothing, Fashion, Footwear Day two of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign appeals to lovers of the outdoors and fashionable trendsetters alike: hemp footwear. While shoes are generally a combination product (i.e. different materials for the sole and adornments), hemp as a textile rivals cotton, linen and jute. Requiring far...
  4. Day 1 of 31 Hemp Products: Mulch

    HEMP PRODUCT: Mulch SUB MARKETS: Horticulture, Landscaping, Gardening, Bedding We’re kicking of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign with a Spring-themed substitute, hemp mulch. A superior garden and animal bedding product, hemp mulch is 50% more absorbent than wood chips or shavings and helps to retain soil moisture. It is naturally ventilating and breathable...
  5. Day 1of 31 Hemp Products: Mulch

    HEMP PRODUCT: Mulch SUB MARKETS: Landscaping, Gardening, Bedding We’re kicking of our 31 Days of Hemp campaign with a Spring-themed substitute, hemp mulch. A superior garden and animal bedding product, hemp mulch is 50% more absorbent then wood chips or shavings and helps to retain soil moisture. It is naturally ventilating and breathable yet...
  6. Hemp Markets and Possibilities

    With an estimated 25,000 product possibilities, the time for Kentucky to ramp up and prepare for commercialization of industrial hemp has arrived. SB 50 took effect in the summer of 2013 and the KYHIA — a 501(c)(6) trade association — is here to encourage research, development, and awareness of products derived from industrial hemp. You can read more...
  7. Kentucky Hemp Industries Museum and Library

    The Kentucky Hemp Industries Museum and Library is a mobile
 collection of hemp artifacts, books, products, letters, research, and 
history of the hemp industry in Kentucky. The archive was started by Museum
 Founders Craig Lee, Dave Spalding and Joe Hickey almost 20 years ago. 
The group traveled the state educating...