Ebb & Flow is a permaculture inspired, OLCC licensed Cannabis farm located near the beautiful mountain town of Ashland, Oregon. Our mission is to produce the highest grade, potent, diverse, and terpene rich Cannabis possible using regenerative, organic, and biological growing methods. We cultivate with intentions of improving the health of the soil, landscape, and environment. We strive to grow cultivars which are highly effective, aesthetically pleasing and unique, including some well-known favorites. We maintain an extensive line of genetics and aspire to bring new variations to the market.
Our philosophy is based on our experience and understanding that by working with regenerative, organic and biological methods, as well as a refined method of curing, the Cannabis we produce expresses itself in a most effective and pleasing way. We strive to provide consumers with the highest quality, organic and consciously grown Cannabis available today.
WHY EBB & FLOW?
“The phrase “Ebb & Flow” is a universal concept recognizing the tides, the moon cycles, the seasons, and the infinite intelligence of nature and consciousness of the cosmos. The endless fluctuation of inhale and exhale, light and dark, external, internal, feminine, masculine, and so on. We call our farm Ebb & Flow to honor the way that we cultivate, with the seasons and the cycles of nature…”
“…We grow our Cannabis with the aid of our Earth’s star, the sun, in soil that is alive with biology during the warm seasons of spring, summer, and fall. We believe that plants grown with sunlight, and in mineral rich, living soil, respond in the best way possible. Plants cultivated under the light of the sun and the night sky receive the intelligence of nature and are growing in harmony with the planet as they have for millennia…”
“…We practice conscious cultivation and hold reverence for the intelligence of the Cannabis plant and all plants as our allies. We respect the soil and all of the amazing biology living within it. We strive to tread lightly and improve the land we tend as a way of life. We believe this is a very important aspect of living symbiotically with nature.”