California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a historic law that has legalized the cultivation of industrial hemp.

“With the signing of this bill, California is poised to grow industrial hemp when the federal government gives states the green light,” state Sen. Mark Leno (D-San Francisco), who authored the bill, SB 566, said in a statement. “In the past year, the conversation to legalize the cultivation of hemp has gained momentum at the federal level, and it is only a matter of time before a farmer’s right to grow hemp is restored.”

Sustainable Forestry, is a company that is geared to grow industrial hemp in the State of California as per SB 566.

Accredited Investor:  We have put together a 1/3 for a 1/4 package on our industrial hemp project.
It is designed like an oil and gas operating agreement.  Sustainable Forestry are the operators.  It is designed as such because of the huge biomass return on investment that will be realized once these raw materials are established in the United States as they already are in Canada
That means that if you / the investor comes with 100% of the capital for a certain agricultural project you will own 75% of the crops return on investment.  Sustainable Forestry, Inc. retains 25% for operating expenses. 

Get involved now with us before the doors close.  Remember how a moratorium was formed in Los Angeles for marijuana dispensaries?  That same rule could be applied next year.


Contact Us  - Sustainable Forestry, Inc.:   Project Regarding:       "Industrial Hemp in California."