Tallahassee, FL, May 31, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- \Candidate for Attorney General, Bill Wohlsifer (LPF), has outlined a plan, known as Hemp4Water, that would save some of Florida’s most valued and revered water systems, such as Apalachicola, The Springs, St. John’s River, and The Everglades. He states that raising the money for this project is possible by de-scheduling the crop hemp and allowing for commercial industrial hemp production in Florida.
Mr. Wohlsifer is quoted as saying, “When elected, I will use the power vested in the Attorney General…to reclassify industrial hemp as an agricultural crop in this state. Normalizing industrial hemp cultivation will generate tax revenue, revitalize vacant farmlands, add to the sale of farm machinery and agribusiness supplies, and create jobs in Florida.”
Hemp4water was born during a series of brainstorming sessions with members of his staff and the One Florida Foundation. They wanted to devise a plan to fix the problems associated with the Lake Okeechobee discharges without waiting on any financial aid from the Federal Government. The website www.Hemp4Water.com outlines his plan to help save the Florida water systems in detail, as well as lists off many of the industries that will be positively affected by the de-scheduling of hemp. These include, but are not limited to, agriculture, processing, manufacturing, sales and regulation.
For more information be sure to check out www.Hemp4Water.com.
Bill Wohlsifer for Florida Attorney General
1100 East Park Ave Ste B
Tallahassee FL 32301