Huckleberry Hill Farms in the News
Featured in Flow Kana Video
Jan. 9, 2018 -- Huckleberry Hill Farms was recently featured in this new video from Flow Kana and The California Way. Watch the video.
Introduction to HuckleBerry Hill Lead Cultivator John Casali
Nov. 7, 2017 -- Documentary filmmaker Claire Weissbluth of La Osa Productions captured an interview with Huckleberry Hill Farms founder and lead cultivator John Casali, where he shares his perspective on heritage farming in the Emerald Triangle and one of his signature strains, Huckleberries. Watch the video.
Saving the Forest
Nov. 1, 2017 -- The Emerald Magazine covered the Save the Van Arken project that the nonprofit Sanctuary Forest has undertaken. Their goal is to purchase the entire Van Arken watershed, permanently protecting it from the threat of timber harvest and development, and ensuring that it is actively and responsibly stewarded as a buffer against the ever more severe effects of climate change. We are proud to be supporters of this project and it was an honor to be recognized in this article. Read more.
Timeout San Francisco feature
August 14, 2017 -- In this article called "The green rush: Two NorCal marijuana companies hope to strike gold in the cannabis industry", writer Leilani Marie Labong spoke with John Casali, Huckleberry Hill Farms founder and lead cultivator, as part of TimeOut SanFrancisco feature on Flow Kana.
Kindland: Why Emerald Triangle Cannabis is best
August 9, 2017 -- Writer Ben Parker Karris explores for The Kindland why California's Emerald Triangle cannabis is the best in the world. Huckleberry Hill Farms founder John Casali was able to share his lifelong relationship with farming cannabis with his family.
Sponsor of 2017 golden tarp award
Fall 2017 -- Huckleberry Hill Farms is a proud sponsor of the 2017 Golden Tarp Award.
Joining the SoHum
Chamber of Commerce
April 29, 2017 -- Huckleberry Hill Farms is proud to be the first cannabis farm to join the Southern Humboldt Chamber of Commerce. Thank you to the Times-Standard's Hunter Cresswell for covering this achievement.
Flow kana Online Catalog
Huckleberry Hill Farms is excited to work non-exclusively with Flow Kana, the first sustainable, sun-grown cannabis brand to represent two of California's most special micro-climates and their small farmer ecosystems. They partner with premier artisan farmers like us in Mendocino County and Southern Humboldt who focus on small batch, boutique strains.
Cannabis Considered: Forest & RIver News
Spring 2018 -- The Forest & River News quarterly magazine featured a cannabis flower on the cover, and inside Galen Doherty of Sanctuary Forest shared the story of the Save the Van Arken project in Humboldt County and the important role that cannabis farmers have played in its development. Huckleberry Hill Farms lead cultivator and owner John Casali is a proud supporter of the proejct and was quoted in the article. "I grow some of the best cannabis in the world; but how do I reach the public/consumer? At Humboldt High Five, we are distringuishing ourselves from other groups by supporting the community, taking care of the environment, and doing things that stand for 'goodness.' The Save the Van Arken logo demonstrates that Huckleberry Hill Farms doesn't only talk the talk, but I walk the walk." Read the whole article.
Acre by Acre: North Coast Journal
Feb. 15, 2018 -- The North Coast Journal cover story explored the Sanctuary Forest project that will Save the Van Arken watershed in Humboldt County. Huckleberry Hill Farms lead cultivator and owner John Casali was interviewed as a cannabis farmer and a contributor to the project. "There's certain groups in the community, like the technical rescue team and all the volunteer fire departments, who have been protecting this community and doing so much for all of us," he says. "Sanctuary Forest is one of them, protecting resources for the good of all of us." Read the whole article.
Seeding the Future on pbs
July 20, 2018 -- North Coast Perspectives on PBS: Northern California cannabis growers John Casali of Southern Humboldt and Chiah Rodriques from Mendocino discuss how legalization has impacted the industry, and what can be done to help farmers withstand what’s coming in the future. This once burgeoning industry faces new challenges and requires fresh insight. Casali and Rodriques help their fellow farmers organize for the future. Watch the video.