Welcome to Herb & Market Humboldt
To get the full tale on dry farming, we headed north to the Redwoods of Humboldt County. The first stop was the new shop, Herb and Market Humboldt.
Chrystal Ortiz joins a group of craft cultivators from 4 California counties (Mendocino, Trinity, Humboldt, Nevada)to talk about Surviving the Transition.
Strains. If growing for sleep and pain relief, generally choose an Indica dominant strain. Indica plants also tend to have shorter plant stature, and they finish earlier. But if you’re growing for mood elevation, then consider Sativa dominant strains. Not that they need longer...
Interview with a local dispensary owner about the trials of opening a new business in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our guest was Chrystal Ortiz of Herb & Market Humboldt.
I love homegrowing because it's fun, rewarding, and empowering. I think it's great that Californians are now able to grow 6 plants for personal use and I'm lucky to live in a county where outdoor cultivation is allowed. I've grown personal plants in my...
If you’re looking for enjoyable clear guides on homegrowing, check out these two books. From the former garden editor ofSunsetmagazine, Johanna Silver,Growing Weed in the Gardenbrings cannabis out of the dark, into the sunlight. And Feminist Weed Farmer walks you through the big picture...
This year’s combination of climate crisis, COVID-19 and BLM protests around the world makes one thing very clear: environmental sustainability and social justice are linked. “ The legacy cannabis growers of the Emerald triangle went back to the land decades ago to live an alternative way of life that cared for nature and for each other. From the start, it was about humans and community as much as it was about ecology. Their experience reveals three steps to take, or aspire towards, to commit to sustainable development.
Daniel and Taylor Stein are farmers growing both food and cannabis for a sustainable community and a sustainable future.
Implementing a Cannabis Appellations of Origin Baseline Study for Humboldt County. Phase 1 of the study will identify potentially unique cannabis farming geographic regions within Humboldt County and quantify climate, soil and water qualities within those locations.