Homeland Hempcrete

Friday, Mar 25, 2022 @ 12PM EST

Founded the same year the US Farm Bill legalized the production of industrial hemp, Homeland Hempcrete entered the market utilizing the traditional cast-in-place build method.

After years of trial and error, Homeland Hempcrete decided there must be a more effective solution that will decrease install time and get more hempcrete to more customers.

The solution they have embraced is pre-made, pre-cured, high-quality modular hemp panels, which allow for consistent quality, customized design, variety of finishes, quick and easy install, and finishes can be applied immediately after installation.

Learn more about Homeland Hempcrete here: Homeland Hempcrete.


This year’s Expo theme is “The Power of Hemp & Cannabis” and this year’s Expo will encompass all aspects of hemp and cannabis.

On Friday, May 20th, we will focus on business-to-business activities and education.

On Saturday, May 21st, the Expo Hall opens with a free admission to the public as well as a variety of free educational content.

For more information about the Midwest iHemp Expo on May 20-21, 2022, you can visit the website at MidwestiHempExpo.com.

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