Non-profit closed loop consumer co-op
A common goal of organizing cannabis growers
interested in the ecological stewardship of the land
Started by a group of southern Humboldt farmers with the common goal of organizing cannabis growers interested in the ecological stewardship of the land, through education and the dissemination of biologically active, organic growing practices.
Eden Farms organic, ecologically-sustainable farming practices are inspired by the very Redwood forests that surround us in Humboldt County. The redwoods are a self-sustaining ecosystem— the massive trees thrive on their own organic material and the microorganisms that decompose it. The dense redwood forest floor is covered in clovers, ferns and other beneficial organisms that cycle the waste into usable material on which the trees themselves thrive.
The cycles of these forests are what we apply to our organic cannabis farming practice. We focus on developing soils and complimentary plant systems that feed and sustain the plants as they develop to the best of their natural potential. Plants that exist in their own biomass tend not to have as many systemic problems as those grown in a monoculture. Just like the forest floor, no plant is isolated; each plant enhances one another’s growth.