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About Goldenseed

Goldenseed, a California lifestyle cannabis and hemp brand, focuses on the cultivation, manufacturing and distribution of high-quality cannabis and hemp naturally grown in Santa Cruz, California. Deeply rooted in the California culture of artists, surfers, innovators, and diverse communities, Goldenseed aims to deliver quality products to a discerning clientele.

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Core Identity

Goldenseed works in alignment with nature to grow the cleanest California cannabis in the most environmentally conscious way possible.

Mission

To create a premium cannabis lifestyle brand built on our respect for nature.

 

Official Portraits

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SCOTT GOLDIE  C.E.O.

SCOTT GOLDIE C.E.O.

KENDALL ALMERICO  Securities Counsel

KENDALL ALMERICO Securities Counsel

SCOTT GOLDIE  C.E.O.

SCOTT GOLDIE C.E.O.

J.R. RICHARDSON  C.O.O. and Lead Cultivator

J.R. RICHARDSON C.O.O. and Lead Cultivator

CLAYTON SCICLUNA  Director of Regenerative Agriculture

CLAYTON SCICLUNA Director of Regenerative Agriculture

SCOTT GOLDIE  C.E.O.

SCOTT GOLDIE C.E.O.

CLAYTON SCICLUNA  Director of Regenerative Agriculture

CLAYTON SCICLUNA Director of Regenerative Agriculture

 

Press Package: Goldenseed’s Soil

A collection of video, infographic and written content that tell the story of Goldenseed’s unique and sustainable soil strategy

 
 
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VIDEOS: THE SOIL

Learn about Goldenseed’s living soil and the amazing worms who make it possible from Director of Regenerative Agriculture Clayton Scicluna.

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BLOG POST: IT ALL STARTS WITH THE SOIL

How Goldenseed turns “waste into gold.” The story behind the living, sustainable soil, in words and images.

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BLOG POST: LEARN TO LOVE WORMS

Yes, really. You too can make vermicomposting a part of your sustainable life. Red wiggler worms are awesome, we promise!

INFOGRAPHICS: WASTE TO GOLD

Goldenseed takes waste that would have ended up in a landfill and repurposes it into living, sustainable soil (with a little help from 16,000 lbs of red wiggler worms. See the process here.