Canna Organix has built a business that leverages the best of a unique location. Located in Sequim on the Olympic Peninsula, this cannabis grower, manufacturer and distributor launched in a quiet location the owners felt was the best for enjoying life and growing high-grade “sun-grown indoor products.”
Founder Tim Humiston began his cannabis journey as one of the first caregivers under I-692, Washington’s first medical marijuana initiative. Learning medical laws, limitations, and inconsistencies in patient-caregiver protection led Humiston to Mendocino, Calif., to pursue year-round greenhouse production.
It was here he met Wendy Bentley, Steve Olson, and Kyle Canty, and they all learned to grow cannabis on a larger scale, including production and processing, plus a lot of consultation with experts. Through constant experimentation, research and innovation, they developed processes and techniques, and in 2013, founded Canna Organix.
“We have talented and enthusiastic people that work for us,” said Wendy Bentley, who serves as business manager. “We pursue quality over quantity, people over profit, and strive for sustainable practices and innovative systems. We believe true success and happiness is lived and breathed. Our employees are a bunch of kick-ass enthusiasts excited about life and passionate about their performance.”
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