Petaluma Hills Farm property consists of 37 acres zoned LEA B6 100 Z with two homes and several existing agricultural buildings.
We have partnered with Heritage Salvage for the demolition of the existing non-functional agricultural buildings in a safe and sustainable fashion. The beautiful weathered redwood siding and metal roofing will be repurposed into new construction elsewhere.
Currently the bulk of the land is used for cattle grazing. This will continue as we are committed to preserving important grazing lands in our dairy belt.
To fully understand the land and farm, we’ve conducted several studies including:
Sustainable Chefs’ Garden
Petaluma Hills Farm, with our non-cannabis partner Sonoma Hills Farm and Chefs’ Garden will be growing a one-acre organic food garden managed as a professional CSA for local and world renowned chefs.
The cannabis cultivation at Petaluma Hills Farm will be a total of one acre of land split between two locations on our property as described below:
28,560 sq/ft outdoor cannabis garden farmed with dry farming techniques. The outdoor plot will occupy the old footprint of three large chicken barns.
10,000 sq/ft state-of-the-art closed environment agriculture (CEA) greenhouse for cannabis cultivation with an attached 5,000 sq/ft facility for plant propagation and strain development.