What is hemp good for? Absolutely, or almost, everything.
Many colonists during the 18th century. Tired, quiet, industrious, farmers…did not have the same quarrel over weed, hemp, etc., and it’s benefits. As we do today. To them smoking a bone held little light over the benefits of hemp. From clothing to food to armor and lastly, a good buzz: growing hemp had been the meal ticket for many.
When we ever learn nothing lasts. Nothing that is unless it is of the earth.
I am a nature freak…and, damn proud of it. I grew up in the wild, as a wild-child. I slowly but surely became a hippie tree hugger. And, in the end, though I lived in many metro areas. The countryside of New Hampshire calls me back…each and every-time. What amazes me?
The water bottles left on a heritage trail.
The granola bars displaced on a ridge, 2,000 ft from civilization.
So, for a limited time, nature and some of her now ‘gone’ friends.
the Passenger Pigeon…reason: human mayhem and loss of food
the Western Black Rhino…poaching
the Tasmanian Tiger…Human need to take more and more land…disease
the Mountain Gorillas…We are destroying their ‘eating’ environment
the Snow Leopard…injury due to trash and hunters in it for the kill
What is happening here closer to home?
The greatly sought after, New Hampshire Moose. Not quite on the endangered list yet. However, a sad, quick, decline of their calves have left some in despair. Why? Global warming, meaning shorter winters…Meaning, ticks. Ticks during all four seasons in an environment typical known for its frigid weather.
The Winter Tick is literally sucking the blood of New Hampshire Moose and their calves.