Marijuana Tourism As An Empowerment Tool - Proposal To Lake Havasu City, AZ

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Initial proposal to Lake Havasu City, Arizona to institute the hemp solution to fix the economy, health care and stinking sewer in the summer problems. Voted legal by the people as recently as last years elections and as far back as the same year California passed Prop. 215, hemp is the undisputed Will of the People. This crop financed solution boldly applied can help restore this resort town to the prosperous place that McCullough originally envisioned.

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Marijuana Tourism As An Empowerment Tool - Proposal To Lake Havasu City, AZ

  1. 1. PROPOSAL TO LAKE HAVASU CITY, AZMedical Marijuana / Civic Budget Solution / Voter Support / Recreational / Environmental Biomass Champion / etc. Empowerment USA HEMP MUSEUM Richard M. Davis, Founder & Curator Marijuana Tourism As AnEconomic Empowerment Tool www.hempmuseum.us
  2. 2. Vision Statements People are happy, prospering and healthy because the People‟s Voted Will, ending hemp prohibition, is implemented for maximum potential.
  3. 3. Vision Statements USA Hemp Museum, a private museum with a virtual wing, opening a branch in Lake Havasu City, AZ to promote marijuana tourism and share exhibits with other hemp museums i.e. Paul Stanford‟s THCF Museum, or Chris & Mikki Conrad‟s work and road shows educational tours in colleges.
  4. 4. Vision Statements According to Henry Ford, hemp plastic is 10x stronger than steel. Hemp plastics covering the sewer, stopping the smell, turning LHC‟s environment around, can return it to town founder Robert P. McCullough‟s original tourist Mecca vision.
  5. 5. Vision Statements Marijuana tourism as another Havasu Miracle like the London Bridge bonus idea, giving citizens opportunities to open clubs and engage in other enriching aspects hemp offers.
  6. 6. Vision Statements Invested profits into public works projects, and citizens also, making successful hemp products and businesses, medicines, generating additional tax and other promotion revenue. Social media is a powerful, well worked tool.
  7. 7. Vision Statements City and citizens earning income via safe affordable access to quality legal marijuana for recreational, religious, health, hemp etc. uses.
  8. 8. Goals and Objectives Use Marijuana tourism by the Colorado River to bring many, many visitors to Lake Havasu City, AZ (LHC) and other local resort communities to empower the economies, dispensaries, and citizens.
  9. 9. Goals and Objectives Apply effective medical marijuana to illness suffered by the town‟s senior, guests and other in need populations.
  10. 10. Goals and Objectives Advertise in the media to promote LHC, hemp vacation and living opportunities. „Hemped in Havasu.‟
  11. 11. Goals and Objectives Encourage LHC, AZ as a perfect place to set up new medical, businesses, R&D, entrepreneurs, families, and other positive based, constructive opportunities.
  12. 12. Goals and Objectives Empower the hemp solution to economic problems. Read Hemp For Victory: Trillion Dollar Crop by R. M. Davis.
  13. 13. Today‟s Situation Lake Havasu City could use an additional income source from taxes, citizens from hemp medicine, businesses from hemp products and services, like a beauty shop that is everything hemp from hair & nails to clothing and shoes.
  14. 14. Today‟s Situation The state of Arizona charges the extortion rate of $400 per medical marijuana card. In California the medical marijuana card is about $35. Only a few politicians, like Raul Grijalva Ron Paul, Dennis Kucinich and Barney Frank, stand up to the big government policies that hurt citizens.
  15. 15. Today‟s Situation The expensive sewer system stinks in the summer. If you‟re smelling the sewer, you are breathing the sewer. Air borne particles cause the smell & are not healthy.
  16. 16. Today‟s Situation The town‟s open sewer needs covering. Marijuana tourism & a hemp plastic / hempcrete cover on the sewer are the one two punches to fill the houses, hotels, apartments, shops, schools, beaches, theatres, restaurants & river side all year round.
  17. 17. Today‟s Situation With this much available land, we have an opportunity to take a leadership role in industrial hemp. Fukushima is in a triple nuclear meltdown, with trash from the 2011 tsunami on the way, some already here. Suggesting to all nuclear plants, they all leak radiation all the time, use hemp plastic, lead and hempcrete covers to nuclear (nu-clear - clear to the atoms) plants. Start with Paul Benhaim for the plastics.
  18. 18. How Did We Get Here? Albert Einstein, Nicola Tesla, George Washington Carver and others smoked a lot of hemp and helped move humanity forward. The folks in charge said hell no and made the inspirational hemp plant illegal for a number of stupid reasons, all of which served their greed.
  19. 19. How Did We Get Here? Hemp was made illegal in 1937, one of the reasons for global warming. This blocked hemp‟s solutions for clean and low cost papers, fabrics, fuels, foods, medicines… and opened the market to toxic greed.
  20. 20. How Did We Get Here? Government was manipulated (read The Web of Debt by Ellen Brown) and committed the national direction to toxic products over natural, non-toxic hemp. For example, toxic energy could have been replaced by hemp, hydro, solar, algae, wind and magnetic energies.
  21. 21. How Did We Get Here? McCullough built Lake Havasu City on a wonderful bend of the Colorado River. Havasu has a strong reputation for tourism innovation. Fireworks on “Lake Havasu” is a lure for tourists that still works. LHC that was designed with tourism in mind, with plenty of room for expansion in all fields, which makes it a perfect place to prosper from this new information age.
  22. 22. How Did We Get Here? LHC built a sewer that stinks in the summer, chasing many of the tourists away. It‟s tough to get your party on in the summer with the smell of raw sewage (vs the old, contents contained, septic tanks system) Failure to implement the hemp solution of using hemp building materials to build or repair the sewer have been ignored.
  23. 23. How Did We Get Here? Hemp prohibition has contributed to the decline in our civilization by transforming tax paying citizens into prisoners for interacting with a plant. Medical marijuana votes from the last century to as recently as 2012 in AZ, the people have voted to make medical marijuana legal.
  24. 24. How Did We Get Here? World Economy Crash 2008, housing fraud, creative talent used as feed for Prison, Inc. in the war on drugs... Local, national & global interconnected problems that have reached from the heights of banking and governments to the homeless on the streets.
  25. 25. Available Options Continue current trends of a war against the people that‟s destroying our lives or support marijuana tourism for LHC, i.e. Spring Break, summer vacation, medical and other applications of the hemp solution.
  26. 26. Available Options Hemp can help empower the town‟s citizens, tourists and economy with this low cost, easy to grow multi-dimensional constructive trillion dollar plant. The other option is to keep on pretending not to know hemp can help.
  27. 27. Available Options Institute a fair marijuana tax for most non-industrial, i.e. recreational forms of the plant. Other products, standard tax rates can apply and still turn a deficit into a surplus. Medical marijuana and religious uses should be tax free, just like Facebook!
  28. 28. Available Options This hemp based strategy is crop financed so there‟s no need for city budget expenditures. There are always some old hippies around with a bunch of seeds they‟ve been waiting to get into the ground.
  29. 29. Recommendations Enforce the voted Will of the People, stop the drug war. Institute a crop financed HEMP FOR VICTORY program to consciously and wisely apply the plant to problems in need of solution.
  30. 30. Recommendations Institute marijuana tourism, industrial hemp and other medical marijuana strategies to increase positive empowerment on all fronts.
  31. 31. Recommendations Incorporate hemp building materials into LHC‟s infrastructure including covering the sewers, building and repairing the buildings & roads with locally grown materials, and create a back exit road out of the city in case the current exits get blocked by a flood or other disaster.
  32. 32. Recommendations Combine education with entertainment and open a USA Hemp Museum as a tourist attraction in Lake Havasu City. Offer classes, conventions and retreats to help people learn the best way to re- incorporate this super plant.
  33. 33. Recommendations Reward politicians, citizens & companies who do the right thing for The People which is always the highest good for all concerned, using wisdom and truth as the guiding principles. Have hemp / marijuana festivals like what is being done in the Catskills, Seattle, New York City and other hemp events.
  34. 34. Recommendations Empower a group of local medical marijuana doctors. Encourage local colleges to offer an agricultural degree in hemp.
  35. 35. Recommendations DO IT NOW!
  36. 36. USA HEMP MUSEUM www.hempmuseum.us Click Image Above To Run WebeoBuilding Sold - Ready To Re-mount
  37. 37. Contact Information  Facebook:  Richard M. Davis, Founder & Curator  J. Nayer Hardin  Email:  rmdavisx @ yahoo.com  jnayer @ yahoo.com  Website:  www.hempmuseum.us  Blog:  www.h4v.blogspot.com

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