Shine On Farms leads by example. They want to be seen for what they really are, a farm “that provides medicine and enjoyment for folks. It is definitely time to come out of the shadows and off the hill – let the light be seen. [...] One way or another, we are just farming a plant,” says Hartz. “Times are changing.”
Emerald Magazine visited Shine on Farms for their October issue. Full article begins on page 20.
They brought with them a number of sun-grown buds, including one strain called the Doutel & Mitri — named after their respective grandparents — because the seeds are proprietary and “come from (their) own genetics.