The Emerald Triangle consists of Mendocino, Humboldt, and Trinity County. This area has been the center of the cannabis industry for decades because of the isolated nature of the area and its unique geographic features. WildLand Cannabis is one of those cannabis farms. Spanning 10 acres and sitting at 2,400 feet above sea level, this farm delivers craft cannabis to the California recreational market.
The brains behind WildLand are two former east coast artists, Jenn and Joey. Before moving to California full-time, Jenn was traveling across the country during trimming season. A lucrative opportunity for people to embrace who have the freedom in their schedules to do so.
After a two and a half hour drive, we found ourselves along a breathtaking mountainside. I would have guessed that we followed similar roads that black market farmers would have taken pre-legalization. At times we were worried that our van was not going to make it. We had failed to prepare for an off-roading adventure.
Nestled on a hill-side the cannabis plants receive plenty of sunlight and nutrient-rich soil. The genetics that Jenn and Joey use come from the original landlord. Each strain maintains a strong reputation throughout the area. Cultivating cannabis organically while using sustainable practices allows WildLand Cannabis to minimize their environmental impact.
Conquering Small Farm Problems
Due to the location, a way to distribute their products had to be arranged. WildLand is a member of Mendocino Generations. This company assists local farms with distribution. Comprised of local farms from the area they work together to ensure that the cannabis stores they work with receive consistently high-quality cannabis. They also focus on cannabis that yields consistently high-quality results whether you use cannabis medicinally or recreationally.