What is a Cultivar?
A cultivar is a plant or grouping of plants selected for desirable characteristics that can be maintained by propagation. At East Fork Cultivars, we specifically breed and select cannabis cultivars with a focus on cannabidiol (CBD). A guiding value of ours is to reintroduce CBD-rich and CBD-dominant cannabis to consumers by breeding, selecting and curating cultivars that express these properties.
Why Should I Trust Cannabis Grown By East Fork?
We are a Clean Green Certified farm. What does that mean? Since cannabis remains federally illegal, governments will not allow companies to receive organic certification. Fortunately, the folks at Clean Green have stepped in and created their own certification program. They assure consumers that we use organic products and organic, sustainable practices.
We start with a solid foundation of strong genetics and carefully-selected phenotypes and raise the plants to maturity, carefully and selectively. Each plant undergoes rigorous inspections throughout its life, from sow through harvest. Once harvested, the flower and plant material is finished with multiple points of quality-control before being packaged for delivery at one of our dispensary partners. Only the best flower, concentrates and edibles reach your hands.
Which Cultivars Are Currently Available and Where Can I Purchase Them?
You can find our flower varieties and products at the dispensaries listed HERE.
You can see our current partners HERE.
Don’t see your favorite dispensary listed? Ask them to carry East Fork Cultivars! While we do our best to keep the most popular and effective cultivars available consistently, we are always developing new genetics. Our current library exceeds 40 cultivars and we continually seek out new varieties to offer our clients. We also offer education and assistance in finding the cultivars that will work best for you.
Can I Buy Directly From East Fork Cultivars?
If you are a licensed OLCC retailer, processor or wholesaler, you may purchase East Fork Cultivars for your customers. If you are an individual consumer, you can find our product HERE. If you are licensed through the OLCC and are interested in carrying our cultivars, please CONTACT US at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHY IS TESTING CANNABIS AT RESPECTED LABS IMPORTANT?
Safety and potency are important to be aware of in any product you consume. Test results ensure that your products are devoid of dangerous pesticides, molds and fungus. Cannabinoid potency is important so you know how to dose your intake and can choose the cultivar that will offer you the effects you desire. THC and CBD are two major medicinal components in cannabis, and should be clearly and accurately labeled. Generally speaking, THC provides therapeutic benefit with a euphoric effect, while CBD provides a non-intoxicating therapeutic experience. One combination of THC and CBD may be suitable to help people with severe chronic pain, while another may be more effective for patients suffering from epilepsy. Having analytical information from a respectable lab ensures proper cannabis selection and dosing.
WHY DO YOU USE THE TERM CANNABIS INSTEAD OF MARIJUANA?
The team at East Fork Cultivars made the conscious choice to use the scientific term for cannabis instead of Marijuana as a way to stand apart from its racist and negative history and take progressive steps towards legitimizing the healing plant. It is our hope that Oregon and other states will follow suit.
Learn more about the history of the term ‘Marijuana’ and its role in propaganda used to stigmatize the perception of cannabis as a remedy for common ailments.
WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CANNABIS RULES IN OREGON?
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has detailed information about cannabis rules here:
In Oregon, people age 21 and older can have up to one ounce of cannabis on their person at any given time. They can have eight ounces total at home, up to 1 pound of solid edibles, 72 ounces of cannabis-infused liquid and 1 ounce of cannabis extract. Oregon residents can also grow up to four plants at a private residence.