Pott Farms

Washtenaw County, Michigan, United States

If medicines containing CBD help heal our bodies, then how the plant grows should help heal the land. Pott Farms produces high-quality CBD following ethical and regenerative practices. Permaculture growing techniques restore and sustain the earth; regular compost applications amend the soil and allow microbial life to thrive. The farm is no-till, and year-round cover crops protect against erosion, nutrient loss, and water evaporation. As a result, the hemp plants on the farm are healthy and grow without any fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. Pott Farms extracts CBD from the hemp flowers using food-grade ethanol, then through a process called winterization, freezes and filters the solution to remove impurities. The resulting medicine is clean and offers full-spectrum cannabinoids and terpenes for various effects. Striving to increase awareness and access to hemp-based wellness products, Pott Farms is also a low-profit limited liability company committed to social, economic, and environmental justice. Robbin Pott created the farm because she believes in the healing powers of cannabis. But she’s also using her experience as a lawyer and public policy researcher in child welfare to design a prototype regenerative farm that trains young people from communities disproportionately affected by cannabis prohibition and the war on drugs. Ultimately, Pott Farms strives to create healing CBD medicine while caring for the land and the local community; it’s a regenerative approach that reaches far beyond agriculture.

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Catherine Sherriffs

Editor at Garden Culture Magazine

Catherine is a Canadian award-winning journalist who worked as a reporter and news anchor in Montreal’s radio and television scene for 10 years. A graduate of Concordia University, she left the hustle and bustle of the business after starting a family. Now, she’s the editor and a writer for Garden Culture Magazine while also enjoying being a mom to her three young kids. Her interests include great food, gardening, fitness, animals, and anything outdoors.