We grow cannabis using all natural practices that result in healthier crops and healthier soil.


Our premium flower provides an immediate, full-spectrum effect with excellent terpene notes. Our processable material is perfectly suited for edibles, capsules, topicals, skin care products, and more


We believe in working towards a strong society and ecology.
Pest Management

We utilize Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to promote the resilience of insect populations that are friendly to the local ecosystem. We grow the right plants to attract friendly predator insects and repel those that have harmed Vermont's ecosystem in recent years.

Closeup photo of a dragonfly on our farm. Photo credit: Lukas Greene
Energy Conservation

The meticulous design of our glasshouse allows us to leverage passive solar energy. As a result, we use less energy to achieve indoor-like growing results, while still providing plants natural sunlight and the heat it generates.

Wide-angle photo of the state-of-the-art Dutch glasshouse we use to cultivate our crop. Photo credit: Lukas Greene
Social Justice
We are a Black- and Indigenous-owned operation based in the ancestral lands of the Wabanaki/Abenaki, Mohican, and Penacook peoples—territory that is also known as “Vermont.” As a multiracial team with a wide variety of lived experiences, we embrace opportunities to support our communities and other professional peers from historically marginalized communities.
A photo of starter seedling trays on our farm. These seedlings grew up to become butternut squash, flowers, tulsi basil, and other healthful plants. Photo credit: Lukas Greene


Where We Grow

We're rooted in the beautiful Champlain Lowlands. This ecoregion boasts a higher-than-average amount of plant biodiversity because of the humid continental climate provided by the lake, which generates enough moisture to support lush forest growth and support irrigation-free agriculture. Despite this, our ecoregion sees much lower precipitation than neighboring regions due to the rain shadow from the Adirondacks, and is the driest region of Vermont.

In this context, we do our part to exist harmoniously with our local ecology. We don't use toxins or harmful chemicals in our gardens, and we always seek out clean and regenerative practices.

We use a Dutch-style glasshouse that functions using thermo-responsive automation, as well as traditional high tunnels. This unique setup allows us to plant in-ground as nature intended, but with the added control of an indoor environment. We maintain ideal growing conditions that help us use less water and full sunlight all day long.


Indoor grow? Outdoor grow? Why not both? We operate using the best of both worlds, which allows us to grow more abundantly and for a longer period. It also means our crops are protected from unpredictable weather events, harsh conditions, and animals. Except for the cat—we like him.


You can never be too good at what you do, so we're always looking for more ways to learn and adapt. Our current projects include testing out new bee-friendly flowers, HVAC techniques, and finding new uses for surplus plant matter. We've also been working on increasing our use of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to find a sustainable balance of different predator insects and pollinators with different types of flowers and herbs.


A photo of Malcolm leaning down to inspect a cannabis bud in the high tunnel. Photo credit: Lukas Greene
A photo of Jesse aerating the soil in the glasshouse. Photo credit: Lukas Greene