Why Hemp is So Important, Both Yesterday and Today – Saturday Seminar


Join us on March 25, 2023 as Joan Ruane presents her 1-hour seminar on Why Hemp is So Important Both Yesterday and Today. This lecture by Joan Ruane includes a history of hemp, information about the actual plant, what happened to it for 50 years and why it is so important to our world today. Includes a short Power Point presentation and question and answer time.

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This 1-hour seminar will be presented by Joan Ruane on March 25, 2023 via Zoom.  One week prior to the seminar you will receive a zoom link to attend the session.  Participation is limited to 50.

The seminar will be presented from 12-1 pm Mountain Standard Time.  Please check to see how that corresponds to your local time to make sure you don’t miss the presentation.  There will be a recording of this seminar, and participants will have access to that recording for 2 weeks following the seminar.

Joan has been teaching spinning for almost 30 years. As a graduate from Springfield College, she taught in the Tucson public schools before going to New Zealand in 1971. In New Zealand at that time were 3 million people and 30 million sheep, she learned to spin from Ruth Reid. Returning home to the U.S. a year later, she brought with her two fleeces, a Pipy wheel and a flick carder.

Anyone who has taken a class with Joan can vouch for two things: she really loves cotton and hemp and she knows how to teach!


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