California cannabis company Farming First, LLC has launched Venterra Farms, a sustainably grown cannabis brand. 

Founded by farmers who have been working the land off the central coast of California for five generations, Venterra Farms is dedicated to producing high quality cannabis products while being mindful of the environment.

The company's proprietary "hybrid farming" approach combines the best of indoor growing technology with the sustainability and cost efficiency of sun-grown outdoor cultivation. The result is an enhanced version of premium 'light-dep' cannabis.

"We are excited to bring our passion for farming and commitment to sustainability to the cannabis industry with our first consumer brand, Venterra Farms," said Jered Micheli, director of agriculture at Farming First. "Venterra Farms is rooted in the belief that cannabis should be grown with care and attention. Our unique approach is about more than just producing high-quality cannabis. It's about creating a better future for the local environment and future generations."

Venterra Farms' product line includes a range of cannabis strains with high terpene expression and a full spectrum of cannabinoids, each selected and grown to provide the perfect combination of aroma, taste and effects.

Venterra Farms is offering full-spectrum gummies, crafted with indica and sativa hybrid strains containing cannabinoids such as CBN and CBG. Each gummy features 5 mg THC. They include:

  • Sleep: Passion Fruit live resin gummies with CBN
  • Relax: Berry Lemonade vegan live resin gummies
  • Energy: Spicy Mango vegan live resin gummies
  • Alive: Sour Apple vegan live resin gummies with CBG

Other initial product offerings include jarred flower, pre-rolls and vape pens in the following strains: Wedding Cake, Peanut Butter Breath, Lemon Cherry Gelato and Apples & Bananas. 

In addition to using sustainable farming practices, Venterra Farms is committed to giving back to the community and will donate a portion of its profits to organizations that support sustainable farming and environmental conservation.

The habitat plan for the company includes incorporating setbacks from native waterways to protect water quality, designated areas for preserving and restoring native grasses and plants, and the protection of a rare black walnut tree. Additionally, the use of solar power and upcycled water demonstrate the company's commitment to reducing their environmental impact and promoting conservation.