Tim Callahan at the ‘Hemp is Hope’ Workshop

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Hemp is Hope Workshop DATE: Saturday, August 9, 2014 TIME: 9:00AM – 4:30PM LOCATION: Pilina Building, Multi-Purpose Room, UH Maui College


Join us for the Hemp is Hope Workshop with leading hemp experts addressing efforts to legalize hemp, the potential for the hemp industry on Maui and other Hawaiian islands, and the benefits of hemp products such as use for building materials, food, fiber, health products, and as a sustainable fuel.

Presenters include Doug Fine, author of Hemp Bound; Mike Bowman, White House Champion of Change; Tim Callahan, Designer of the first hemp house in the U.S.; and a hempcrete brickmaking workshop with Matt Mead and Ty Lauri of Hempitecture._hemp is hope workshop

To learn more and register for the workshop, visit: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/hemp-is-hope-workshop-on-maui

$40 donation will support Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance to provide presentations and lunch. $75 donation covers supplies and registration for hands-on Hempcrete brickmaking instruction (up to 50 spots avail).

Sponsored by Maui Farmers Union United, Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance, Sustainable Living Institute of Maui, Mayorʻs Office of Economic Development, Maui County, and Best Stoneworks.

Limited Business Sponsorships are available. Contact Kelly King at 808-283-1954, or Phyllis Robinson, phyllisr@hawaii.edu or 808-647-4066 for more information.

Help support the conference!