Saturday, February 25, 2006

A reason for gratitude

The more I work with hemp products, The more I feel grateful. Even though we ( here in Ontario, Canada) are so dense about the full scale growing of this miracle plant, Our countrymen to the west are going full steam ahead. Not only is Alberta known for it's wheat and oil, it is fast becoming the Hemp capitol of Canada.That makes me feel good. Once local farmers see it can be done and how it can be done, they should jump on the bandwagon. They were burned in the past because the idiots at the border south of us refused to let our hemp go to a buyer in California. They set back hemp product here in Ontario by years or decades. My friend Ken, the guy who ran for the Green Party locally, said the solution to this problem is to develop local markets first, before shipping extra to ANY place else...; a common solution to more than just this problem.

Hemp could be a solution to many problems we have here in Ontario. We need to wake up and see the posibilities. My book "What Money Can't Buy" (available at talks a bit about the problems we will be faced with as well as hemp being one of many solutions out there.
I hope people who are reading my book are passing the information on to others. That is why I wrote it and why I am writing this.
Good luck.

Thursday, February 09, 2006

What Did Bush Say- Something about Grass?

Bush said the States is addicted to oil. Big deal, everyone knows it. Yet he had to say something- I will give him partial credit for telling the truth for once. He also mentioned (dare I say it?) Alternative fuels. Why he would pick grasses and talk about chopping up more trees rather than growing some good ol' hemp is beyond me. That is my observation for today.

Michael J. Kaer, President of Kaer Enterprises (.com) and