In 2010, Tucker bought an old motorcycle and rode it across the country. He took the back roads, stopping in small towns where most of the land was farmland. Staying on a homestead in the Appalachians, he learned how sustainable farming can regenerate land, people, and communities.
In 2011, Tucker bought an old farm in southern Oregon. Since then, the farm has offered a diversity of organic vegetables, fruit, and meat to the local community. Inspired by the regenerative powers of CBD, Tucker now plants several acres of his farm’s rich fields with the region’s best hemp seeds. He uses “old-fashioned” farming practices like composting, cover cropping, and rotational grazing. It’s not usually the easiest way, but after nearly a decade the results are hard to deny. Tucker is very excited to now offer the farm’s premium products to an ever-growing community of customers and clients around the country.
To learn more, find the full in-depth interview with founder Tucker Pyne here!
Along with taking the photographs for Lucky Elk, Janelle loves to grow heirloom vegetables and pollinator friendly flowers here on the farm.
Lucky Elk recognized for Permaculture in the Cannabis Community