MEET OUR FOUNDER
Caleb Kauffman, born and raised in the rolling hills of Lancaster county.
My passion for hemp comes from my own life experiences. In my thirties, I was diagnosed with PTSD from childhood sexual trauma. Since remembering this over 20 years later my life has been an intense journey of love, acceptance, venerability, perseverance, and a belief that at the very source of it all, that it, is good.
Cannabis has changed my life. I first started using CBD and THC a couple of years ago and I immediately noticed how improved my mental life became. At the same time I started going to counseling to work through my trauma. Together with cannabis and counseling, I began the beautiful journey of healing.
My heart is to grow hemp flower with love and care because that is how cannabis has cared for me. My goal is to help save the planet with hemp. I truly believe that this plant can completely change your life and also how we interact with nature. I have found a sacred work in being passionate about the cannabis plant. My hope is that I can grow some of the best hemp flower around and help others find healing in the process.
2019…Hemp this year is being farmed in 63 of the 67 counties in Pennsylvania, said Jeffrey Graybill, an agronomy educator with Penn State.
And Lancaster County — once a historic capital of hemp in the United States — is, unsurprisingly, the center of production in the Keystone State. Besides being the home of both East and West Hempfield Townships, the county also has the largest Amish settlement in the country, with an Anabaptist population of nearly 40,000.