Owner, Native Humboldt Farms
Lindsey Renner is an enrolled member of the Round Valley Indian Tribes of Northern California. She is the owner of Native Humboldt Farms, and is fully integrated into the California recreational market. She’s a 25-year cannabis advocate and has been growing outdoor sungrown cannabis for 15 years. She uses natural and indigenous farming practices to grow craft cannabis, and she is always looking out for the best interest of the consumer. Vertical integration allows her the ease of pivoting to combat the volatile regulatory structure and market in California. Lindsey was one of the first 250 companies, one of the first 10 women, and the first enrolled tribal member to be licensed in California January 1, 2018. She is currently consulting with Tribal Nations to help write local and National ordinances to ensure the sustainable and successful roll out of the Tribal cannabis market. She highly emphasizes regenerative cannabis and food agriculture. Her mission is to help support a regenerative supply chain from Humboldt County to the Bay Area, as well as restoration efforts within Tribal communities. She sees cannabis as a catalyst to support the regeneration of Tribal communities throughout the nation, and she is working diligently to help facilitate that vision. Lindsey is also an instructor at Cookies U and partnered with Cookies Enterprises on their Humboldt Grown Initiative.