Superior product, healthy planet
How we farm:
The use of an array of cover crops and inter-cover crops keeps the soil protected and helps replenish nitrogen which hemp thrives on. This practice helps draw down and maintain carbon-rich soils, returns nutrients, controls pests, prevents erosion and suppresses weeds.
Plot and crop rotation is a key element of our farming process. We rotate hemp and beneficial complementary crops to ensure a healthy and productive soil structure with sufficient microbials and nutrients.
Minimal till/No till
The act of tilling (turning/digging over the soil) ruins the microbiome structures of soil and releases carbon that was previously stored, depleting the soil’s health. We utilize various methods to reduce the reliance on tilling while maintaining soil health and reducing compaction.
Incorporation of animal grazing is a staple of our regenerative farming methods. Depending on the farm location, we use a variety of animals including sheep, cows, or chickens to help break down organic matter, reduce soil compaction, and fertilize the soil. This provides nutritional organic feed to the animals while allowing them to be in open pasture – emphasizing animal welfare. It’s a win for our crops and a win for the animals.
We never use synthetic herbicides, pesticides, or fertilizers. Period.
Soil health restoration