After exhibiting at Groundswell in June, we reflect on what visitors to our stand had to say about the future of hemp.
Cavity Wall Insulation is part and parcel of the British housing stock. We look at how biomaterials can help with the insulation problems that cavity walls have caused, such as dampness and mould.
We delve into the pros of external wall insulation and why material matters.
The Industrial Hemp Act in the US. How defining hemp will help the cause.
Passive Vs Active housing is a nuanced debate examining sustainability and reliance on electricity. We look at how these approaches differ and the standards set by the government.
We were honoured to have the talented Jeremy Blake present at our CPD Day. His experience with and evident admiration for hemp radiated throughout. We hope you enjoy this summary.
Retrofitting is a great idea, but mired in misconceptions and confusion. We begin a series that answers some of the most frequently asked questions we receive on this topic.
In late September, we hosted our first CPD, with presenters including Professor Tom Woolley. Before releasing the videos we have decided to offer an overview of the presentations, beginning with Tom's
One of our most frequently asked questions is about how our prices compare to conventional insulation. The benefits of hemp insulation are multi-layered and don't stop when you leave the house.
We've looked at rural-urban linkage now to shine a spotlight on agritourism. We look at how it reconnects people to the land while helping improve sustainability.
Our increasing urbanisation has cut us off from the environment. We look at studies and see what we should do to reconnect our roots od survival.
Flooding is an annual problem impacting everyone, from the plains of America and the farmlands of Europe to the inner cities of China. We look at the considered natural solutions.
What lessons have been learnt from the Covid 19 pandemic, and what does this mean for the environment?
We're hosting our first hemp CPD event in collaboration with Margent Farm in the most picturesque surroundings. Read all about who will be presenting on the day.
Is meat in our future? We look at how farming is adapting to climate change and the challenges it poses for the future.
We look at how natural materials can benefit more than the construction industry. Natural materials can benefit farmers and communities, improving our health and, essentially the health of the planet.
We look at the heroes of the sustainable construction world. In particular, one company that has pioneered ecological building using hemp.
Could hemp be the solution to cooling down our homes and saving the planet? We take a look at a project in Ein Hod, Israel.
Regulation, bad press and stigma have plagued hemp for decades. We take a look at how this is changing and what's being done in the UK.
This week we look at the impact hemp can have on achieving net-zero. We take a look at two high-polluting industries and the role that startups have in inspiring change.
This week we look at the reasons that insulation matters. Price, comfort and health are all important factors when considering insulation.
How we construct our buildings affects those who build them and the end-user. This week we look at how.
Insulation values can get confusing. We hope that this article explains what the insulation values mean and why they are so important, for you, your family and the greater environment.
This week we take a look at bast fibres, their benefits and properties. The modern age has been unkind to these crops, but a resurgence has begun.
This week we take a further look at soil and the effect pesticides and fertilisers have had on it and the greater environment.
In this post, we look at the current soil situation and what we can do to regenerate it for the future.
We take a look at how fungi could play a role in enhancing hemp's already wonderful attributes.
Hemp is ingrained in our history and culture.
Ferrock™ Sustainable Collaborations. Exploring how sustainable materials can work together, becoming viable alternatives to traditional materials.
We take a look at a few of the voices fighting for the future of the planet and humanity, and who we should be listening to know.