Women of the Earth

How Two Sisters Are Reviving Damaged Farmland With Hemp

Before 1937, hemp had been used for millennia as a means of fiber, paper, and fuel - and yet it became illegal to cultivate in the United States for decades. Today, two sisters in New York's Hudson Valley are re-introducing hemp on their farm as a way to heal their soil, while blazing a trail in regenerative agriculture.

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