Hemp History Week Movie Night: Bringing It Home **RSVP Required**

Thursday, June 4 - 6pm

Central Co-op's Rochdale Room - 1900 E Madison Street

Join Central Co-op for a free screening in our community space to watch Bringing It Home, an inspiring documentary about industrial hemp--which is illegal to grow in the US--and how our farmers, our economy, our environment, and our communities would benefit if we brought this versatile crop home.

RSVP to hold your spot! 

This free event is open to all. Space is limited!

RSVP with your name and contact info at Central Services or RSVP online now.

Location

This class is held in our Rochdale Room, which is a wheelchair-accessible space, and the restroom has a lever-style door handle. Please let us know how we can make the space more accomodating. About the space and directions

 

About the film

Bringing It Home: Industrial Hemp, Healthy Houses, and a Greener Future for America

More industrial hemp is exported to the U.S. than to any other country, and American consumers are purchasing over $450 million in hemp products annually. Bringing It Home explores the question: Why can't a crop with so many widespread benefits be farmed in the United States? Bringing It Home illustrates hemp's history and current industries, and talks to both opponents and proponents of the industrial hemp farming legalization effort.

The film was inspired by environmentally-conscious home designer Anthony Brenner’s story to find the healthiest building material available to build a safe indoor environment for his young daughter Bailey, who has a rare genetic disorder and sensitivity to synthetic chemicals. Anthony made headlines 2010 when he completed “America’s First Hemp House” for the former mayor of Asheville, North Carolina.

Anthony’s story is one of the inspirational tales profiled in this film that provides viewers with a new connection to the issue of toxicity in human habitats and how hemp can play a role in innovative healthy green building solutions. 

More at bringingithomemovie.com



Hemp History Week is June 1 to 7!

Hemp History Week celebrates industrial hemp and the many reasons this sustainable, versatile crop should be grown in the US. Click here for more info

 

Keywords: Hemp History Week, hemp, Bringing It Home, sustainability