Greg Wilson of Hempwood discusses hemp as a sustainable wood substitute on the iHemp Hour

Greg Wilson, Hempwood

Wednesday, Dec 16, 2020 @ 6PM EST

The idea of using hemp as a sustainable wood substitute was inspired by the experiences of the founder, Greg Wilson, while he was working for a bamboo flooring company years ago. Since then, Greg and his development team have worked tirelessly adapting the process of creating bamboo-based lumber into one that utilizes different plant species instead, like eucalyptus and hemp.

Their intention has never been to just create another lumber product, but instead to benefit humanity by providing a viable wood alternative that helps the environment by removing the devastating effects of deforestation from the harvesting process while introducing a new cash crop to the farmers of the world, which will undoubtedly disrupt the $60+ billion dollar a year wood industry.

For more info about Hempwood, visit www.hempwood.com.

Learn about the emerging cannabis industry and get involved in our path to a sustainable future through hemp. Visit https://ihempmichigan.com.

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