Cindy spent the past two decades as a contractor in the heavy civil infrastructure industry, Moncrete Inc. Moncrete teams specialized in building concrete structures to harness water through the storm water, fresh water, culinary water, and wastewater systems. Her background gives a unique look into how humans affect their environment from conception of public plans and specifications and they products they contain. The scientists and researchers are showing with today's technology, that the cannabis hemp plant is proving to be superior to its counterparts in current markets such as: water filtration, building and architecture products, nanotechnology, energy, textile, as well as, the medicine. Reintroducing this carbon neutral source commodity to US markets to experience positive growth has become her mission. She focuses on providing a sustainable future growth model that works in concert with our Mother Earth and traditional tribal teachings of honoring the natural world. The First Nations brand will identify building supplies and other products that are "green" sustainable, organic, and renewable materials to keep our water, air, and environment clean. By embracing and utilizing the whole plant, it gives us the ability to make a clear and measurable impact for all families and their futures. I am very happy to be here to support a plant that can feed you, clothe you, heal you, or house you. Aho Mitakuye Oyasin. Bless all our relations.
October 19, 2018, 11:15 am - 12:00 pm
Starting the Cannabis Food Fight - Cannabis as a Commodity - Eagle 200C Entrepreneur