Embracing Diverse Representation

Ventoso Farms

We believe in a collaborative approach and run the farm in the same way we grow the plants — organically, with hard work and joy, as a team. We spend a lot of time with the plants and each other, and we value knowing and attending to the rhythms of everyone’s needs. We grow all our girls with focused individual attention and a lot of love!

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One of the first woman-owned & operated legacy farms.

With more than three decades of craft cannabis cultivation, Ventoso Farms is one of the first woman-owned and operated legacy farms in the Round Valley/Covelo appellation within the heart of Mendocino County. We offer cannasseurs premium sungrown cannabis with consistently notable flavors, exciting terpene profiles, and exceptional quality.

At Ventoso Farms, we believe in and enact a collaborative approach and run the farm in the same way we grow the plants — organically, with hard work and joy, as a team. We spend a lot of time with the plants and each other, and we value knowing and attending to the rhythms of everyone’s needs. We grow all our girls with focused individual attention and a lot of love!

Founder Linnet Lockhart began growing cannabis in 1984 and was one of the only women growing cannabis in Mendocino County: “At the time, people were more surprised that I was a grower because of having one hand, more so than being a woman”. Overcoming many hurdles from the early days of raids, to medical cannabis, and finally Adult-Use — Ventoso Farms has found success transitioning to the regulated market.

With members of our farm having identities that intersect with various marginalized and oppressed groups — women, queer folks, people of color, people with one hand — Ventoso Farms believes in embracing diverse representation as a core value, and demonstrates the diversity of individuals who cultivate, consume, and further elevate cannabis.

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