• March 13, 2020
  • by Duane Stjernholm
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Cooperative Shareholder Opportunity

Whole hemp plant processing is the Big Picture Future of hemp. Cooperative whole hemp plant processing facilities are the best option for the future of hemp fiber and seed. Everyone needs Tier 1 processing to produce the raw materials to sell to many industries including food, medicine, paper, building materials, biodegradable bioplastics,  and textiles to name a few.  Low shared risk, high shared returns. The Colorado Hemp Processing Cooperative (CHPC) is in the forefront of this movement.

We will be offering contracts to growers to protect them and as a Shareholder they will be a part of all excess revenue distributions. We will be  a Tier 1 Processing  Facility and produce 5 raw material from the hemp plant, namely seed, flower, the bast and hurd from the decorticated stalks, and CannaChar™/HempChar ™. These will be sold to the thousands of Tier 2  private processing/manufacturing companies that will  produce the consumer products.

The CHPC has an extremely fair and equitable  business model that is geared for the 21st Century.  Our Collaborative Goal is to have similar locally governed Cooperatives in all states with every Cooperative being a Shareholder in every other one. That way we are all collaborating and raising the tide for all boats by sharing best practices, SOPs, cultivars, machinery, sales and marketing of the raw materials we produce, and much much more. We can help you set up your own local/state Cooperative. Excess Revenues Generated by the Cooperative will be distributed to all Shareholders in perpetuity.  We have everything in place and just need the funds to make it happen.  Anyway you can help us to recruit Tier 2 Strategic Partners /Shareholders who would utilize the raw materials the CHPC will produce and/or just want to invest in the Hemp Industry would be greatly appreciated. 

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Duane Stjernholm

Biography - Duane Stjernholm

Duane D. Stjernholm was born in La Junta, Colorado, a small town in the southeastern corner of the state. Raised in nearby Cheraw, an even smaller town, he graduated Co-Valedictorian from Cheraw High School and continued his education at Colorado State University in Ft. Collins, earning a B.S. Degree in Psychology. Growing up in a small, rural town with relatives in both farming and ranching, Duane has done about every job on farms and ranches from tractor driving to branding cattle. Realizing what physically hard work is involved with farming and ranching he looked at other opportunities. Seeking to explore the world in search of adventure, he joined the Peace Corps and spent two years in the Philippines working in Rice Irrigation Water Management in the Province of Pampanga, and subsequently teaching Introductory Social Sciences at the University of the Philippines at Los Baños, Laguna.
Recovering from “Reverse Culture Shock” upon his return to Colorado, he attended the Iliff School of Theology in Denver earning a Master of Arts in Religion Degree, specializing in Religious Philosophy and Metaphysics. Soon after graduation from Iliff he was fortunate to attend a live speech by the renown World Citizen and Inventor, R. Buckmaster Fuller, who inspired him on his current 35 year Mission of changing the prevalent mind-set of humanity from competition to cooperation and collaboration in order to Co-Create the Greatest and Highest Good for all Earth Citizens. To that end he founded the unprecedented Member organization, the United Earth Ecclesia.
To support and further his Mission he has worked in a number of hospitality and service oriented positions culminating in his last positions as Production Administrator at the nationwide non-profit, Learning Ally (formerly Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic). He has published two books and launched United Earth Ecclesia website, ExLo.org, dedicated to the Co-Creation of the Greatest and highest Good for all Earth Citizens.
Returning to La Junta after a 40 year absence to be closer to relatives and out of the big city, Duane realized the need for hemp processing facilities in the Arkansas Valley and beyond for the rapidly expanding hemp industry in Colorado. He responded to the "find a need and fill it" adage, and as a result he and his Co-Founder have established the Colorado Hemp Processing Cooperative (COHPC.ORG) to fill that need.

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