Northwestern Ontario experimenting with hemp

Bird, Wendy
July 1997
Northern Ontario Business;Jul97, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p3
Focuses on a project for the cultivation of industrial fibre hemp by three communities in Northwestern Ontario. Details on the project, the first of its kind because hemp is now illegal; Comments from Northern Research Co-ordinator of the project Gordon Scheifele; Speculation on hemp becoming an industry.


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