Sun Roots Farm in Mendocino County, CA is one of the winners of the Regenerative Cannabis Farm Award at The Emerald Cup 2018. The award is designed to be a catalyst of positive competition filled with information sharing, land stewardship, ethical marketing, watershed consciousness and love of nature, living soil and biodiversity. The goal of the award is to educate people about what regenerative cultivation techniques are and how they can be adopted to help us grow the highest quality, pure medicine that truly expresses the terroir of the farm. Learn more at regenerativecannabisfarming.org
Documenting the Regenerative Cannabis Movement
Claire Weissbluth a.k.a. La Osa is a filmmaker based in Oakland, born and raised in the hills of Humboldt County. She is interested in telling stories about people engaged in land stewardship and regenerative farming practices. Claire has edited content for the PBS documentary series Food Forward, which showcases pioneers and visionaries who are creating viable alternatives to our industrial food system, and was the assistant editor of the The F Word, a comedic docu-series about a queer couple’s journey to adopt from foster care, also on PBS. She is a contributor to Cannabis Now Magazine and a lover of forests, succulents, and cats.
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