Bees aren’t the only thing people are buzzing about

At GreenFarms, we have a commitment to sustainability that goes beyond organic. Hemp is good for our health and wellbeing, and it’s also good for our planet. So we’re introducing methods that challenge conventional thinking to produce superior plants while protecting soil, streams and air quality. We’re eliminating soil corrosion, lowering carbon emissions and tapping into nature’s most intelligent pollinators, honeybees to cultivate the highest-quality hemp.

Bees aren’t the only thing people are buzzing about

At GreenFarms, we have a commitment to sustainability that goes beyond organic. Hemp is good for our health and wellbeing, and it’s also good for our planet. So we’re introducing methods that challenge conventional thinking to produce superior plants while protecting soil, streams and air quality. We’re eliminating soil corrosion, lowering carbon emissions and tapping into nature’s most intelligent pollinators, honeybees to cultivate the highest-quality hemp.

Sustainable, Medical Farming

We farm using what nature gives us, intending to do no harm. When it comes to sustainable farming, starting from the ground up, GreenFarms has got it covered. We enlist the intelligent pollinating powers of our honeybees, and turn to the American Bison for composting to enrich our no-till, no-drill premium GreenFarms Soil. Going beyond organic means going back to our roots to uncover a purer form of farming using methods derived by Mother Nature, the OG organic farmer.

Do no harm.

GreenFarms corporate commitment to sustainability dictates that we exclusively utilize closed loop systems for extraction, distillation, and isolate production. This minimizes solvent waste by allowing the maximum possible amount of our solvent to be recovered for reuse in future extraction process.

A smaller footprint

Our commitment also dictates that we reduce our overall waste footprint. Since we process tens of thousands of pounds of plant material per day, we are working with a variety of companies to utilize our waste stream of extracted biomass in products ranging from consumer goods like compostable plastics to agricultural products such as compost and eventually animal feed.