Marijuana Business Daily, June 26, 2020
Under the proposed California regulations, growers can’t deem their cannabis as explicitly organic but can apply the OCal seal if they adhere to the rules, including proper use of approved pesticides and fertilizers.
California would join Washington state as two of the state-legal cannabis markets to consider an organic certification for marijuana products.
Forbes, May 27, 2020
If you don’t know Sara Rotman yet, you will soon. She is an outspoken advocate for the legal cannabis industry and is launching a new brand, Wellfounded Botanicals, in California this summer. Together with her husband, Rotman owns an outdoor cannabis organic farm that has been described as the gold standard by state compliance officers, community leaders and fellow farmers alike. In addition to day-to-day farming, Rotman has become a local and statewide advocate for the cannabis industry.
Santa Barbara Independent May 19, 2020
With the COVID crisis hammering county coffers — an estimated $50 million for additional costs and lost revenues combined — cannabis sales remain about the only revenue source where the numbers are going up.
Santa Barbara Independent March 19, 2020
Yes, the county Board of Supervisors said this week, voting 4-0 to uphold a land-use permit for Busy Bee Organics, allowing cannabis cultivation on 22 acres along Highway 246, west of Buellton. The scenic highway is the gateway to the Santa Rita Hills and Santa Ynez Valley wine country.
Voice Magazine March 13, 2020
Together they’re the husband and wife duo behind Busy Bee’s Organics, one of the largest, most successful commercial cannabis farms in America. They agreed to talk with VOICE about their latest side-project, developing agritoursim offerings built around the combination of fine cannabis, fine wines, and great food, all in a beautiful location.