About Pott Farms, L3C

As an L3C (low-profit limited liability company) based in Washtenaw County Michigan, our processes are grounded in our commitment to justice. Pott Farms was created by kind people who believe in the healing powers of cannabis and the importance of righting the harms caused by cannabis prohibition.

Robbin Pott created and leads Pott Farms. Her experience as a lawyer and public policy researcher in child welfare helped her to understand that a major obstacle for young people to overcome the poverty and trauma they experienced was a lack of supported economic opportunity. Pott Farms is using restorative solutions to address this problem.

Our beautiful farm cultivates living soil to provide the best growing environment for our hemp, and we train young adults from communities disproportionately harmed by cannabis prohibition and the war on drugs how to grow cannabis regeneratively.

pitch fork full of organic material being turned in a compost pile

Living Soil

Our soil is the key to our amazing hemp products. We cultivate a diverse set of microbial life by adding compost amendments, not tilling, and keeping cover plants growing year round. Our soil provides our hemp plants all the nutrients they need to be healthy and resilient without the use of fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides.

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Organic & Local Ingredients

We choose ingredients from producers that align with our purpose, and always choose local options when available.

  • A Kind Company - Pott Farms

    Go Solo interviews Robbin Pott on entrepreneurship.

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  • Regenerative Hemp Farming

    Pott Farms featured in the iHemp Hour discussing regenerative farming and living soil.

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  • Job Creator with a Mission

    Pott Farms' job training program is featured in Michigan's cannabis industry magazine.

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  • Creating sustainable livelihoods in the cannabis industry

    The Ann Arbor Observer interviews Robbin Pott on her strategies for building an ethical CBD company.

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  • How can we increase social equity in Washtenaw County's cannabis industry?

    Pott Farms' social justice mission is featured along with other county leaders.

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