Ursula Mock is a textile engineer, hemp pioneer and author, focusing on the holistic local processing of regional fiber plants such as hemp, linen and nettle. In her studies, she became interested in the processing of bast fiber plants.
In the community book project "That Makes Sense," she authored Chapter 7, "Dressing Sustainably." She has already spoken at several trade fairs, co-organized a hemp congress in Chiemgau and helped organize many other regional events and network meetings. She also educates people in interviews and on social media about sustainability, slow fashion, lobbying and hemp. For her part, a core topic extends into the realm of quantum physics: the metaphysical effects of natural fiber clothing. This is something she has personally specialized in and has been researching for several years.
International Hemp & CBD exhibition in the center of Vienna. More than 120 exhibitors from Austria and abroad present the latest trends of the hemp market on 10.000 sqm.