Our Partner Farm

It all starts with flowers.

We believe that great cannabis products start with great cannabis flowers. Because we don't use any cannabis extracts or concentrates, it is especially important that our farms grow organically, without pesticides, and bio-dynamically outdoors under the beautiful California sunshine. 

 

We are proud to partner with Sonoma Hills Farm a Women owned and Queer owned farm in Northern California.

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In late October of 2021, Sonoma Hills Farm and Sensiboldt Farms became the first ever certified OCal “comparable to organic” cannabis farms in California, and therefore the nation. OCal is a new certification program through the California Dept. of Food and Ag (CDFA). The first cannabis certification program of its kind in the U.S., OCal's standards, certification process, and regulations mirror almost exactly those of the USDA's National Organics Program (NOP), ensuring consumers that cannabis products bearing the OCal seal have met the consistent, uniform standards comparable to NOP. The farm’s pasture, vegetable, flower, and hemp garden have also been recently certified organic. Take a look at the press release here.

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Sonoma Hills Farm is a premium craft cannabis farm and organic culinary garden nestled on 60-acres in Sonoma Valley’s Petaluma Gap appellation, one of the nation’s premier wine terroirs. Sonoma Hills Farm’s cannabis flower is produced in harmony with nature using regenerative farming techniques and is harvested at its full-term peak potential. In addition to Sun+Earth certification, the farm’s cannabis was one of first to be recognized as “organic comparable,” as designated by CCOF’s OCal program, which certifies consistency with the uniform standards of the National Organic Program. Led by Aaron Keefer, the former culinary gardener for the Thomas Keller Group & The French Laundry, the farm collaborates with Michelin-starred chefs to cultivate the highest expression of sun-grown cannabis, hemp, and vegetables. The farm bridges Sonoma county’s rich agricultural history with a farm-to-table cannabis lifestyle, curating an experience for the sophisticated and passionate flower consumer.

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