Did you know that one of the most sustainable materials on earth today is currently illegal to grow in most of the U.S.? Industrial Hemp, marijuana’s lesser known cousin, can be used to make everything from plastic to textile and even concrete and food. The only thing this versatile plant can’t do is get you high. So it’s time to take back our right to grow Hemp to boost our economy and to provide sustainable and healthy product alternatives.
Atlanta's official 2015 Hemp History Week event will feature a panel discussion on Hemp’s story, a free screening of the documentary ‘Bringing it Home’, and a showcase of various hemp products including food and drinks set to some live music!
Sign up here.
3:00PM: Doors Open / Signin
3:30 PM: Introduction
4:00 PM: Documentary screening of “Bringing it Home”
5:00 PM: Panel Discussion + Q&A hear entrepreneurs and industry experts discuss the imperative to bring Hemp home to Georgia
5:45 PM onwards: Reception with live music, hempbased food & drinks, local food vendors, and Hemp product samples *** Note this food, drink, and product selection is NOT Psychoactive, and has NO THC
Price: Suggested donation of $10 to help us cover event costs. (and get you a raffle ticket for hemp products)
This event is downtown, but no stress, MARTA is a couple blocks away. Parking is free on the street on Sundays and only $3 at the Underground Parking deck right next door to the venue.
The CCI is on the third floor of the M.Rich and Co. building, a hub for artist activists (The old original Rich's department store bldg.)
Also, if you like landmarks, JAMROCK Jamaican restaurant is right next door.