HOW WE GROW
Less water. Less energy. More of what you love.
Organically grown in small batches, using aquaculture and living soil.
Our commitment to producing terpene-rich, high octane cultivars, grown sustainably runs deep. As Canada’s first Clean Green Certified producer, our cultivation process utilizes a unique combination of organic living soil made in Nova Scotia, and nutrient-rich water provided by our 2,000+ living koi fish.
AQUAPONICS + LIVING SOIL
A sustainable system powered by the latest in aquaponic science.
Relying on the natural relationship between the microorganisms in the soil and the root systems of the plants, this sustainable aquaculture operation provides all the nutrients the plants need without the use of synthetic fertilizers or pesticides.
As a result our cultivars are able to grow to their full genetic potential, producing higher yields, superior bud density, robust terpene profiles and market-leading potencies. All with less energy and water consumption compared to traditional indoor cultivation.
INNOVATIVE CANNABIS CULTIVATION
Award winning system and world class team.
Our pioneering organic cultivation system design is so unique, it’s received; a Spark Innovation Award, a Clean Tech Energy Award, and a feature in the Washington Institute of Environmental Law Journal highlighting us as world leaders in cannabis cultivation innovation. In 2020, Grow Opportunity Magazine named our Head Grower Jake Ward, Canada’s Grower of the Year.
THE ORGANIC DIFFERENCE
Canada’s first Clean Green Certified, organically produced cannabis.
We are proud to be the first Canadian licensed producer to earn the Clean Green Certification for our commitment to organic management practices, compliance, quality and sustainability.
Developed in 2004, the Clean Green Certified Program is the longest running cannabis certification program in the world and one of only 84 fully accredited USDA National Organic Programs globally. Recognized as having the highest level of standards for organically grown cannabis, the certification is based on existing national and international USDA organic programs.