Golden State Hemp & Union Pacific
FIRST HEMP TO CROSS STATE BORDER BY TRAIN SCHEDULED TO LEAVE FRESNO CALIFORNIA DEPOT ON 4/20
17,000 Pounds of Hemp, Thanks to Section 10113 of 2018 Federal Farm Bill, Expected to Leave Fowler Train Depot on Tuesday, 4/20 at 2:00 PM on Union Pacific Bound for Denver R&D Lab
Other World Management Inc, along with Golden State Hemp, and Union Pacific, the nation’s largest railway with 32,000 miles of track, will ship the first legal hemp shipment via railroad since the prohibition of hemp, 84 years ago, from Fowler Train Depot on Tuesday, 4/20 at 2:00 PM Pacific. The first shipment of approximately 17,000 pounds of hemp, grown at the Golden State Hemp farm in Fresno, California, is expected to be delivered to their Denver, Colorado medical R&D lab.
Since 8,000 BCE, the world has been using hemp to make paper and other products essential to everyday life. The first recorded mention of hemp in America was found in 1632. The Virginia Assembly actually mandated, “that every planter as soone as he may, provide seede of flaxe and hempe and sowe the same.” Massachusetts and Connecticut passed similar guidelines to encourage local farmers to grow and cultivate the plant. According to diary entries, both George Washington and Thomas Jefferson grew hemp on their plantations. Additionally, Benjamin Franklin began one of America’s first paper mills using hemp to make paper. The first two drafts of the Declaration of Independence were written on hemp paper in 1776.
Realizing the environmental benefits of hemp including reducing the worlds carbon emissions, the plants biodegradability, and the FDA’s approval of Epidiolex, the first drug approved by the FDA containing CBD. The United States Senate passed section 10113 of the 2018 Farm Bill, permitting the transportation of hemp across state borders. Many experts believe that hemp can displace trees as hemp farms can produce 4x more per acre in 5 months rather than 20 years of tree forestation.
Other World Management Inc, a holding company dedicated to “changing the World one acre at a time” including the reduction of carbon emissions, is a vertically integrated agri-business with multiple divisions in the hemp space. Golden State Hemp is the forward facing brand for several of these divisions. Golden State Hemps’ genetics were grown in 6 US states in 2020, and they are on their way to operations in 15 US states in 2021, including international contracts with sales already in place. Golden State Hemp, based in Fresno, California, has a zero-waste philosophy by using every aspect of the plant to monetize a variety of revenue streams. From seed to sale, Golden State creates high-grade organic hemp products, while transforming the public's perception of the hemp plant's health benefits and environmental sustainability.
WHO: Union Pacific and local Fresno county officials will join Other World executives to mark the first shipment by train to cross the California state border
WHEN: Tuesday, April 20. 2:00 PM
WHERE: 8000 E. Manning Ave. | Fowler, CA 93625
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