Garcia Hand Picked has an Airstream named Bertha. This is a beautiful photo of Bertha taken under the night sky in the Salt Flats in Utah.

Jerry cared deeply about the planet. To honor that, we partner with California growers committed to not only high-quality cannabis, but growing and farming techniques that are sustainable, organic, and regenerative. We also look for legendary strains that will take you back, and new, unique strains that will take you someplace you haven't been yet.

Featured strains: SFV OG, Chili Verde, Pancakes

Location: Willow Creek

“The original farm was 40 acres in a tumbledown shack kinda place.” This is what Chris Burns told Annabelle Garcia when they spoke in 2021. Now he's way up high, literally: 5,200 feet high on top of a mountain in Humboldt County. It's a breathtaking vista, with the ocean in one direction and the Trinity Alps in the other. Chris takes great care of his cannabis, using organic, sustainable farming methods.

The Bigfoot County big 5:

1. Help on the Way-Slipknot-Franklin's Tower 2. Mission in the Rain 3. Dark Star 4. Comes a Time 5. Terrapin

Featured strain: Point Break

Location: Santa Cruz County

As the smallest indoor cultivation and distribution facility in California, Earth Rhythm takes the business of artisanal craft cannabis seriously. Todd and Jacob care for every plant themselves, from seed to flower to harvest, hand-watering and nurturing them every day. Their dedication to bring elite flower to everyone takes work, but they are dedicated to quality over profit, sparing no expense in bringing a higher order of flower to cannabis connoisseurs.

Earth Rhythm's top rhythms:

1. Help on the Way-Slipknot-Franklin's Tower 2. Mission in the Rain 3. Dark Star 4. Comes a Time 5. Terrapin

Featured strains: Blueface, Dark Karma, Holy Moly!, Sunrise, 6ixth Sense

Location: Oakland

Owners Keith and Chloe Healy pride themselves on creating and developing unique strains with one-of-a-kind structures and original terpene profiles. They are truly a family-run business, tending to the plants themselves and producing small-batch runs that they are constantly improving upon. Their operation goes beyond growing great weed. Keith's parents are both artists, and he sees the way they grow their cannabis as art. They are constantly improving on the past, exploring new terpene profiles, and striving to create something better than they did the day before.

Fig Farms' favs:

1. Fire on the Mountain 2. Reuben and Cherise 3. Jack a Roe 4. Dire Wolf 5. Brokedown Palace

Featured strains: Key Lime, GMO, Modi ed Grapes, Biscotti, Zushers

Location: Humboldt County

Chrystal Ortiz and Noah Beck run High Water Farm, located on the Eel River Valley floodplain. Ortiz is a second-generation farmer passionate about sustainable farming and reducing their carbon footprint. The farm uses dry-farming techniques, sourcing the water plants need to grow from the native soil—a millennia-old, fertile, loamy silt that was deposited along the floor of the valley during ancient floods. It's not for the faint of heart, but the clean, flavorful smoke is truly worth the effort.

Sun and Earth certified means cannabis is grown under the sun, in the soil of Mother Earth, and without chemicals by fairly-paid farmers.

High Water's winners:

1. Birdsong 2. Sugaree 3. Reuben and Cherise 4. Brokedown Palace 5. Stella Blue

Featured strains: Green Lantern, Apples and Bananas, Blueberry Lantern

Location: Mendocino

Award-winning Green Lantern has been a mainstay with Garcia Hand Picked since the brand launched. It's a truly unique strain, with only 2 farms in the world growing it. The property is at 2,420 feet elevation in the Emerald Triangle. They use sustainable practices, all organic nutrients, and microbiological teas to support and sustain their flower.

Lantern's list:

1. Scarlet Begonias 2. Run for the Roses 3. Standing on the Moon 4. Help on the Way 5. Friend of the Devil

Featured strains: LA Kush Cake, Sherbert Cake

Location: Nevada County

Women-owned Luminescent Farms uses regenerative farming practices, with only organic inputs in living soil. Water is supplied by the mineral-rich, underground aquifer. It's a beautiful, magical spot in the Yuba River Valley surrounded by state park land. Their artisanally crafted, small-batch strains radiate love and light.

Sun and Earth certified means cannabis is grown under the sun, in the soil of Mother Earth, and without chemicals by fairly-paid farmers.

Luminescent listens to:

1. Reuben and Cherise 2. Mission in the Rain 3. They Love Each Other 4. Cats Under the Stars 5. Sugaree

Featured strains: Gelonade, Orange Valley Sun

Location: Humboldt County

In the heart of the Emerald Triangle, in an oak grove 2,200 feet in the clouds sits Moon Made Farms. Tina Gordon treasures the 40 acres she calls farm (and home). She not only uses sustainable sun-grown growing practices, she also educates on the benefits of higher-quality organic products, locally sourced water, and natural sunlight. It's a difference that minimizes environmental impact and (research suggests) maximizes the terpene profile—so you can actually taste the difference.

Sun and Earth certified means cannabis is grown under the sun, in the soil of Mother Earth, and without chemicals by fairly-paid farmers.

Moon Made's finest:

1. New Speedway Boogie 2. The Golden Road to Unlimited Devotion 3. Cream Puff War 4. Loser 5. Standing on the Moon

Featured strains: Black Diamond, Durban Biscotti

Location: Petaluma

Sonoma Hills Farm is a premium craft cannabis and culinary garden nestled on 60 acres in Sonoma Valley's Petaluma Gap appellation, one of the nation's premier wine terroirs. Grown sustainably under the California sun, they use regenerative farming techniques, with their main source of water an underground spring that is part of the Stemple Creek Watershed. Their unique strains are a beautiful tribute to the earth from which it grows.

Sun and Earth certified means cannabis is grown under the sun, in the soil of Mother Earth, and without chemicals by fairly-paid farmers.

Sonoma Hills sways to:

1. Uncle John's Band 2. Scarlet Begonias 3. Shakedown Street 4. Eyes of the World 5. Box of Rain

OUR FARMERS ROCK!

We love our growers, and our growers love Jerry's music. Forget about the time and have a listen to this playlist based on their favorite songs.

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