Shot on location in
Humboldt County, CA
Close to five hours north of San Francisco, situated amongst foggy coastal mountains, ancient Redwood groves and enchanting forests filled with miles of moss and wild mushrooms, lies a quaint region of Northern California: Humboldt County.
Driving through the twisting and turning back roads of Humboldt you can often smell the sweet, floral aroma of hundreds of cannabis farms during harvest in the fall. The climate of the region is perfectly suited for growing cannabis, just as Napa and Sonoma are positioned to grow the finest grapes for winemaking.
Winterbourne Farms takes pride in their practice. Using collected rainwater and innovative growing methods, Winterbourne’s facility melds the art and science of growing to provide a highly sustainable and environmentally friendly product.
We string up a hammock and sparked up some Hyperion Hybrid Sage OG to further admire and appreciate our surroundings. The herbal, earthy flavors complement the cool, dank air as we sink into a soothing and relaxed state, letting the prana wash over us.
Driftwood castle. A must for your next trip to the Lost Coast.
We were eager to try our hand on the Mattole and chase around some Steelhead.
Everything here is slower, the locals warm and welcoming, the smiles wide and landscape electrifying. This combination of natural beauty and community defines Humboldt, while fuelling ideal conditions for the cultivation (and consumption) of the world’s finest terroir cannabis.
We were informed that the recent rain and a nearby hillside were to provide impeccable conditions for foraging wild chanterelle mushrooms. Checking in fern patches and under fallen branches, we score a respectable bounty and headed back for breakfast.