Lane Creek Hemp Co
why we use
We grow in Hugelkulture berms set on contour for water retention. We layer carbon and let the biodiversity of the soil do the work for us. Permaculture and Hugelkulture creates a rich and living soil and although we are not certified organic, our practices and agricultural footprint have set a healthy foundation for creating life and more importantly an environmentally sound growing space.
the benefits of
We companion plant with a fusion of different bio accumulators to hold the fertility in place. We as a farm, are committed to supporting Bio-diversity and rejuvenating the land back to what it once was. We understand the importance of creating a polyculture where diverse plant species work in collaboration with one another to achieve their highest potential as food and medicine.
our inputs come from
On a daily basis we manage about 90 animals for the purpose of fertility and harvest the manure from the ruminant animals and bring it out to our fields. We allow nature to be nature and admire the protected wildlife that roams through the property.
top of the watershed is the
Lane Creek Reserve is our family farm and sits on a sun soaked 40 acre’s which is supplied by our gravity fed irrigation. Our substantial water rights are at the top of the watershed and can efficiently supply water to all 40 acres.
we are a host farm for
We are a host farm for honey bees who are key pollinators and very influential to the entire system. Our orchards bare a sweet summer and fall season, and our berries make for perfect jams or compotes thanks to the bees!
Lane Creek Hemp Co is seeded from
Green Source Gardens
We have learned and co-inhabited these practices from our cousin’s farm, Green Source Gardens. GSG is widely known and respected in the industry! They are winners of the Regenerative Farm Award at the Emerald Cup, are featured speakers and known visionaries in the Canna movement.
History of Hemp Video
Lane Creek Hemp Co Featured on KDRV-12 News
Posted: Jun 21, 2019 6:17 PM
Updated: Jun 21, 2019 6:17 PM
Posted By: Mari Nelson