Some of the Uses of Hemp these days are amazing and quite ingenious. Take tiny homes, for example. They’re providing answers to many housing dilemmas.
Tiny homes are growing in popularity for a variety of reasons, from reducing living costs to providing homes for displaced persons. The other housing need that tiny homes can provide an answer to, are workers’ accommodations, as in some places where seasonal and short-term labour is needed, the cost of housing is prohibitive.
With prices of land and building materials skyrocketing, tiny homes have become a dream of many, but one man’s dream and imagination has made it easier than ever.
A fast and easy-growing crop, hemp can mature in 3 to 5 months compared to the 20 to 30 years it takes to grow trees. With Ryan Chadwick’s brilliant Stay Konda concept, hemp is now being used as a building product to make small, easily-transported and cheap mini units that can be used to house workers in areas like Aspen, Nantucket, Montauk and New York City, but could also be used for cheap housing for many of those that like the tiny home idea.
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