For centuries, North Americans have utilized hemp in their homes, diets, and health regimens. For decades, we've also turned to imported productsto meet much of our growing need.

And now, after years of major change for Canadian and industry, real investment in this versatile crop stands to significantly elevate our economy and quality of life for generations to come.

The idea of upping hemp production is already common ground politically. As farmers have faced water shortages, unstable markets, and punishing seasonal conditions, communities around the country have pressured lawmakers to help them restore Canadian agriculture with more profitable, sustainable plants.Hemp has long been seen to fit that bill. Best known for its use in textiles, it offers wide-ranging applications that countless sectors are keen to get in on.

For example, hemp seeds in whole or processed form contain an impressive amount of protein, nutrients, and essential fatty acids, among other things — offering an efficient way to boost nutrition in human and animal diets — while hempseed oil has increasingly become a preferred ingredient in common food, beauty, and health products.The EWS understands that supporting the Hemp industry is a sustainable way to support our society and our planet, and will be looking to partner with hemp producers for the common good of our planet

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