Empowering legacy CulTivating Communities
We create with integrity
We empower innovative solutions
We value quality over quantity
We support regenerative practices
We act in service
We are conscious
We are cooperative
We are collaborative
working to discover pathways to preserve, authenticate, and validate the cannabis culture through collaborative design.
This project is continuously evolving. We are an incubator of talent working towards creating solutions in an unstable landscape. We are all learning together. Your participation and feedback is welcomed.
The Humboldt Legacy Project was formed as an incubator to seek out creative, collaborative solutions. In early 2021, the group started holding open, weekly online meetings—bringing together industry experts on cannabis genetics; cannabinoids; cannabis cultivation; DNA sequencing; blockchain technologies; cannabis compliance, and law. The group’s goal was to discover pathways forward that preserve and value the genetic diversity, and experience, of the legacy cultivation communities, starting with the seed
The group operates under a set of mutually agreed on value statements to guide the development of the work:
We create with integrity.
We empower innovative solutions.
We value quality over quantity.
We support regenerative practices.
We act in service.
We are conscious.
We are cooperative.
We are collaborative.
There is a crisis in the cannabis community today. Small craft farmers and legacy operators are being pushed out of business by over-regulation, over-taxation and industrial overproduction, as well as a lack of commercial business support services and infrastructure.
- The Humboldt Legacy Project Skunk #1 No.1 (HLPS1)
- Humboldt Legacy Project Skunk #1 No.3 (HLPS3)
Genetic protection is a wonderful idea in concept but it faces challenges from an industry that historically could not be open about their work, and where genetic fraud and IP theft are rampant.
It is critical that trust is carefully cultivated between the breeders, the technology, and the community.
Our working group has been meeting weekly on Zoom, and we host in-person open meetings to facilitate active community engagement and project development.
We partnered with MOCA Humboldt to gain data on the HLPS1
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