Regenerative Farming: Working organic amendments into the soil to build more soil culture, which creates significantly more resin on the plants.

Sustainable Farming: Meeting society’s present food and textile needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.

By: Cyrus Sepahbodi & Laine Hammer

From the first idea of a new product to the placement on your bathroom shelf, we think about every aspect of our process to ensure each step is not only good for you, but also good for the earth. Our partner farms utilize regenerative farming and focus on consciously cultivating with natural soils. Our whole-plant process isn’t just about creating a clean product, it’s also about working with farms that believe in setting an example for the industry in the hopes of a cleaner future.

As we all know, plants start with seeds and soil. Cannabis is a bioaccumulator, meaning what’s in the soil ends up in the plant. This is important to note because any pesticides, heavy metals, mycotoxins, residual solvents, and mold can easily make its way into the plant if the soil they are grown in contain any of these contaminants. Regenerative farming is crucial to our mission because it relies upon being part of the larger ecosystem in which the farm exists. The key to these techniques is that they do no harm but instead work actively to improve the land.