Fish Friendly Cannabis
Humboldt is home to quiet redwood forests, thousands of acres of wildlife, and six rivers that provide life for the entire region. At Huckleberry Hill Farms, we know that protecting Northern California's natural resources is vital for our community. It's also part of what makes farming in Humboldt so exciting, as terroir and appellations for cannabis are developed.
For all these reasons and many more, Huckleberry Hill Farms remains dedicated to being a fish-friendly farm. All our farms work with professionals to setup systems that efficiently store water and only using as much as needed, preventing harmful runoff.
We work with Compliant Farms, engineers, and watershed consultants to ensure the practices on all our farms meet strict guidelines for keeping our cannabis fish-friendly.
Save The Forest
We have pledged an acre to the Save the Van Arken project through the nonprofit Sanctuary Forest. They are working on a project that will preserve and manage the vital Van Arken watershed in Humboldt County that is currently in danger. Huckleberry Hill Farms founder John Casali said in an interview with The Emerald magazine, “I grow some of the best cannabis in the world; but how do I reach the public/consumer? ... We are distinguishing ourselves from other groups by supporting the community, taking care of the environment, and doing things that stand for 'goodness.' The Save Van Arken logo demonstrates that Huckleberry Hill Farms doesn’t only talk the talk, but I walk the walk.”