These genetics were bred by Archive Seed Bank and were grown at our facility in Nelson, BC using organic living soil. This plant's bright, sticky buds smell like candy and gas.
The Woody Nelson edition of the Purple God genetic was bred in the Kootenay region and grown at an indoor vertical farm using organic living soil. This plant’s frosty buds have subtle notes of zest and umami.
These genetics were bred by Seed Junky and were grown at our facility in Nelson, BC using organic living soil. This plant’s dense, sticky buds smell like citrus and gas.
These genetics were bred by Seed Junky genetics and were grown at our facility in Nelson, BC using organic living soil. This plant's colourful, frosty buds smell like green apple and cookies.
Hop on board Flight 420 for an elevated tour of the Kootenays. A rotating sampler that includes some of our region's finest craft flower.
The Woody Nelson Production Facility is designed for excellence in cultivation, processing, and fulfillment, including processing cannabis flower produced by some of the finest licensed micro-producers in the Kootenays.
Fundamental to Woody's quality commitment, our facility is designed for Canada’s Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) standard and will pursue certification in 2023. Our facility employs 40+ awesome humans, many of them locals, all committed to delivering the best cannabis on the planet. Nelson is the real deal, and we’re lucky to be here.
We recently sat down with David Brown, founder of Stratcann, to speak about current Canadian cannabis news, policy, and predictions. We've created a mini series based off this interview. We explore topics that range from farmgate, engaging with government, engaging with the public, edible extracts, policy, and effective lobbying.
After having conversations with a bunch of people in the industry about the impact cannabis has on their lives, I found a few main categories that kept being brought up: art and creativity, health, relationships, and mindfulness. While there’s obviously a lot more to the discussion than just this, I thought it might be a good place to start.
There’s a lot that goes into a good cannabis product, from growing strategies, curing and processing, to the packaging it comes in. And with so many opinions in the space, it can be hard to know exactly what separates a good product from a not so great one, objectively speaking.
Cannabis culture was built on the values of connection, environmental responsibility, art, inclusion, community, and health. As the industry and regulations continue to grow and develop, it’s vital that we don’t lose sight of these values and rather use them as the foundation for further growth and development.
For fun, I took some time to ask folks what their favorite things to eat while high are. Of course, junk food is tempting, but for those of us who are trying to be a little healthier, having some satisfying alternatives prepared just in case is a good idea too.
It’s a hot topic so, we wanted to explore it with Tai, one of our head growers. We also asked the community what they thought when it came to humidity packs and heard some interesting feedback worth mentioning here. When it comes to storing cannabis, there are a few key things to consider: humidity, light, and temperature.
Hoping to find out a bit more about SSOG and what to expect? Then you’re in the right place. Here we’ll be sharing product information, hearing from a few members of the team, and ending off with THC with Bre, where I test things out and share a bit of my own experience.
There’s a lot of science that goes into growing, and the type of lighting is one of the most important factors to consider. By implementing such a powerful dual spectrum lighting system, we’re able to really manipulate the growth of our cannabis plants in a way that gets them to express their most awesome and complex traits (like flavour and aroma).
Hoping to find out a bit more about Rainbow Driver and what to expect? Then you’re in the right place. Here we’ll be sharing product information, hearing from a few members of the team, and kicking off THC with Bre, where I test things out and share a bit of my experiences.
Not everyone is looking to fly high and for those of us who prefer to stay grounded, we see you. LoFi Cannabis focuses on cannabinoids like CBD and makes products that help you get back to your bassline. Thank you to everyone for making LoFi BC’s favourite CBD brand!
For those looking for a first-class seat into outer space, we have our solventless extracts from High Fidelity. Made in-house from Woody Nelson’s finest craft flower, this line of solventless extracts will include some of the market’s most impressive rosin, diamonds, and terp sauce.
Curious about where you can find our products? Whether you’re shopping online or looking for a local shop, we’re happy to help.
A Woody Nelson newsletter that covers a variety of cannabis topics, including industry news, press releases, science, and blogs.