H4V75
 
 
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H4v75 reboot

 

After 75 years, in an effort to re-introduce industrial hemp as a leading agricultural crop in America and support the development of a growing, multi-billion dollar US hemp industry, we’re proud to formally re-launch the Hemp for Victory national campaign.

From the manufacturing of the first American flag, paper money, and wagons with hemp covers that settled in the United States, Hemp has a long history of being a reliable, resilient, renewable resource. Once a staple crop on the American agricultural landscape, the Hemp for Victory national campaign is focused on modern ways to educate the public on how a new Hemp economy will be instrumental in creating more jobs and supporting the agriculture industry while caring for the environment and promoting health and wellness across the country.

             Campaign logo by Shepard Fairey

            Campaign logo by Shepard Fairey

 
 
 VETERANS

VETERANS

 JOBS

JOBS

 LEGISLATION

LEGISLATION

 ECONOMY 

ECONOMY 

 AGRICULTURE

AGRICULTURE

 ENVIRONMENT

ENVIRONMENT

 PATRIOTISM

PATRIOTISM

 HEALTH & WELLNESS

HEALTH & WELLNESS

 INNOVATION

INNOVATION

 INDUSTRY

INDUSTRY

 COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY

 CONVERSATION

CONVERSATION

MISSION

Our mission is to support the re-introduction of Industrial Hemp as a leading agricultural crop in America.

By creating national awareness and strong educational programs that support Industrial Hemp, the National Hemp for Victory 75th Anniversary campaign will help lead the way toward the development of a multi-billion dollar US Hemp economy.

Hemp for Victory is relevant and timely, with powerful touch points and programs

 
 
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Why use up the forests which were centuries in the making and the mines which required ages to lay down, if we can get the equivalent of forest and mineral products in the annual growth of the hemp fields?

- Henry Ford