Indigenous Hemp is a social business created to build an Indigenous hemp economy. By 2026, an additional 250,000 people will be working, contributing and benefiting from the Indigenous hemp economy. The Indigenous community has over 6.0 million acres that can be accessed for hemp cultivation. With the right partners, Hemp organizations and businesses can access the phyical resources including the land, buildings and human resources of the community. There are over 633 First Nation communities across Canada and another 535 Tribal communities in the United States. Tribal communities have access to over 22 million acres.