The Planet, Spring 1997, Editio Cannabis
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Western Washington University. Associated Students. Environmental Center; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
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Western Washington University
Managing Editor: Jodi Broughton; Photo Assistant: Chris Luczyk; Staff: Al Bentley, Jared Bond, Michael DuBois, Jennifer Hayes, Reiko Huckle, Alex McLean, Scott Morris, Ashley Painter, Anna Shaffer; Business Manager: Teari Brown
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Table of Contents
Anna Shaffer teaches a crash course on versatile Cannabis sativa
Reiko Huckle examines two plants with a public identity crisis
From Fields to Felony: The Conviction of Hemp in the U.S.
Back to the future with Derek Reiser
Growing a Hemp Business
Taking risks, breaking new ground ... Scott Morris profiles three hemp entrepreneurs
Is hemp an ecological panacea? Michael DuBois explores hemp’s claims as a wonder plant.
Climbing the Walls
Ashley Painter comments on barriers blocking alternative resources.
Bringing Hemp Down to Earth
Jennifer Hayes weeds out truths and myths about hemp
Hemp Economics: Can it Reap Profits?
Alex McLean gets to the bottom line
Making the Most of the Hemp Seed: A Look at Hemp Cultivation Around the World
Take a three-page guided tour with Al Bentley
Crusading for Cannabis
Jared Bond explores Hemp 2000 and beyond
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Student publication, Ecology, Environmental Studies
Irvin, Julie and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "The Planet, 1997, Spring" (1997). The Planet. 22.
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