Word on the Street – Hemp Avenue

If you like this kind of content and want to help make more of it, check out https://Patreon.com/miketheeye Please check out Miss Jubilee here! https://miss-jubilee.com/music Sources: The Streets of St. Louis: A History of St. Louis Street Names buy William B. and Marcella C. Magnan Reefer Madness Hemp for Victory https://www.columbiamissourian.com/news/politifact_missouri/fact-check-missouri-once-was-a-large-producer-of-industrial/article_77ad881c-2e79-11e7-af8e-c3f2121e9fe9.html https://www.marshallnews.com/story/2095327.html https://books.google.com/books?id=lIk6AQAAIAAJ&pg=PA1223&lpg=PA1223&dq=hemp+avenue+st+louis&source=bl&ots=oBcvvRLBLk&sig=-qmNkhPjMVwCYYjf2TAX48ax13s&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiqnvGWrcjfAhULOK0KHRW7DLw4ChDoATABegQIBhAB#v=onepage&q=hemp%20avenue%20st%20louis&f=false https://www.mit.edu/~thistle/v13/2/history.html https://www.hempgallery.com.au/hemphistory

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Building with Hemp – An Incredible Natural Insulation & Sustainable Material

Anthony from Art du Chanvre has built over 45 houses using hempcrete as a natural and sustainable insulation material. Hempcrete is made with a mix of hemp hurd (fibre), hydraulic lime (binder), and water. You can follow Anthony’s building projects and get in touch with him on Instagram, or on his website here: https://www.instagram.com/du.chanvre/ https://duchanvre.com/ Hempcrete is not load-bearing, but it does provide insulation, thermal mass, and it regulates temperature and humidity. The R-value of hempcrete is R-2.1 per inch. Some other advantages of hempcrete is that it resists fire,…

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