Our Story

 Tomorrow's  Agriculture Starts Today...

It started with a group of young entrepreneurs looking for new, sustainable opportunities in Alberta...


2016 - 2017

  • Researched global hemp markets, cultivation and processing technologies.

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  • Incorporated

  • Purchased 75 acres of agri-industrial land in Bruderheim, Alberta, Canada.

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  • Raised $4M from local Alberta investors.

  • Started construction of Bruderheim Processing Facility.

  • Contracted local Alberta farmers to grow 1,500 acres of hemp.

  • Started decorticating hemp (1 tonne/hour).



  • Raised an addition $4M in equiity.

  • Secured $8M in debt financing from Agriculture Financial Services Corportation (AFSC) and Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC).

  • Contracted 40 local Alberta farmers to grow 3,000 acres of hemp.

  • Successfully harvested 3,000 acres of hemp.

  • Processed CRHC grown hemp through multiple decortication systems. 

  • Traveled the globe to secure off take agreements and research hemp production, harvest, and processing.

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  • Completed construction of the Bruderheim Processing Facility. 

  • Rasied an additional $5.5M in equity.

  • Contracted and harvested 5,000 acres of hemp fiber.

  • Patented degumming technology and harvest equipment. 

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  • Installed and commissioned 2 processing lines (Fall 2022) 8.5 tonnes/hour.

  • Offically started processing hemp and fulfilling purchase orders..

  • Partnered with Results Driven Agriculture Research (RDAR) and the Institue of Bast Crops in Ukraine to add Ukranian single purpose fiber varieties to Canada's current List of Approved Cultivars (LOAC) varities.

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  • 50 employees (January 2023).

  • Head office opening Summer 2023.

  • Contracting 15 - 20,000 acres. 


Canadian Rockies Hemp Corp. (CRHC) is an agribusiness operating in Bruderheim, Alberta, Canada (40 minutes NE of Edmonton).

CRHC processed hemp fiber at scale, with the goal of building a sustainable and profitable future for generations to come.

CRHC provided sustainable, consistent commercial supply of processed hemp biomaterials to manufacturing facilities in Canada, the United States, and around the world.

Processed hemp is quickly becoming a high-demand input for industries such as textiles, pulp and paper, automotive, animal bedding, building and insulation, composites, and more. 

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