When it comes to sustainable fashion, hemp is the new black. Hemp is an incredibly environmentally-friendly crop that can be used for everything from food to fuel to fabric. It’s naturally resistant to pests, so it doesn’t require pesticides. Hemp is also easy to grow, requiring little water and no pesticides. So why are we just hearing about this now?
We offer customized workshops for organizations, corporates, educational institutions interested in combining education and sustainability via experiential learning approach. Among our activities you can find workshops introducing the different uses of hemp as a raw material (e.g. hemp paper, hemp fabric, hemp shoes and bags, etc.) and its potential.
We also offer the The Hemp Experience which is a team building activity that is built on information gathering, problem solving and fun. For more information download our workshop catalogue now.
Hemp oil has been around for thousands of years. Without giving a history lesson here, hemp was used in ancient China to make paper, textiles and clothing, food products, and even building materials such as wood. So how did hemp oil enter the cosmetics industry?