In 2010 sofresh farms formally began its journey to, “promote health through the regenerative cultivation and delivery of exceptional quality cannabis”. Owners Michelle and Tyson Haworth first joined the OMMP as Patient and Grower after Michelle’s second back surgery a few years earlier. Unsatisfied with doctor promotion and wide acceptance of harmful prescription drugs, sofresh seeks to find a more socially and environmentally healthy alternative. Their small family farm, located in the agriculturally rich North Willamette Valley, has established and maintained industry leading quality, social and environmental standards.
Located in the heart of Southern Oregon in the sweet southernmost town of Ashland Oregon we utilize a triple peak gutter connect high-tech greenhouse to grow you the best of the best medicines. We don't use chlorinated water and we don't believe in the use of synthetic nutrients or salts which are prevalent on many farms today. These are not necessary and not beneficial for those consuming. We do prefer plants to have access to real sunshine! A tomato grown with sun will always taste different than one with only artificial inputs... just us but that is how we like it!
True health is a dynamic state of physical, mental, and social wellbeing, not merely the absence of illness. At Luminous Botanicals, we believe that an intentional and responsible relationship with cannabis can help each of us achieve our most profound expression of health in body, mind, and spirit. We are committed to producing pure, wholesome products that put our customers in control of their cannabis experience. Knowing that we are all part of a greater web of life, we strive to produce our products in ways that honor our connections to ourselves, each other, and our beautiful planet.
Friends of Trees was founded in 1989 by a community member who loved trees and started planting them in Portland neighborhoods. Today, Friends of Trees is a nationally recognized, regional leader in improving the urban tree canopy and restoring sensitive natural areas—through programs delivered by thousands of volunteers. Friends of Trees greens our region while building community.
Since our founding Friends of Trees has planted 750,000+ trees and native plants with thousands and thousands and thousands of volunteers in 120+ neighborhoods in six counties across two states.
The city is responsible for looking after green streets as they are an important part of the city's stormwater collection system. Professional landscape crews visit green streets to make sure they are functioning. Activities may include trimming the vegetation and removing weeds when necessary, removing and disposing of sediment, picking up trash and debris, clearing curb openings, and watering during the first two years the plants are getting established. Community members can help keep green streets working and looking good in between city visits by becoming a Green Street Steward.