Who are we?

Wildfire Collective is a community of sustainable farms that produces small-batch, craft cannabis. Grown organically, outdoors, our crops are produced under the sun without the use of pesticides or conventional fertilizers, resulting in a reduced environmental footprint. The hands-on approach we employ at our farms allows us to care for each plant individually, producing exceptional results and maximizing quality yields. The Collective is an ever-expanding network of seasoned farmers who are committed to consistently cultivating environmentally-friendly organic cannabis, exceeding the expectations of discerning consumers.

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Introducing Wildfire Collective

About the Campaign

This summer you have a unique opportunity to join the Wildfire Collective. We are currently crowdfunding up to $2.5M for direct equity ownership in the company.

As a uniquely independent business, we aim to raise capital from a number of smaller investors that share the same core values and vision. The minimum investment will be $1000.

By joining us this summer, you will directly own a piece of the Wildfire Collective – a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to invest in the grassroots of the cannabis industry.

The Community


Explore the benefits of outdoor cannabis, organic cultivation, and sustainability in the cannabis industry.


Follow the Collective’s events, engagements, and initiatives in the communities in which we farm.


“Start Local, Go Global” Join us as we work to make the planet a healthier, more sustainable place to live and grow.

July 29, 2019

Out in the Open

We have a problem. And, contrary to popular belief, cannabis isn’t innocent. In recent years, large conglomerates and irresponsible cultivation practices have unquestionably contributed to a blight on this new…
July 30, 2019

A Cross-Section of the Collective, and Beyond

Collaboration is the foundation on which the Wildfire Collective was built. As we’ve watched the profits of seasoned, professional farmers continue to dwindle in an era of commercial agriculture, cannabis…
July 31, 2019

On Our Commitment to Paying it Forward

Paying it forward is an expression first coined by Lily Hardy Hammond in her 1916 book In the Garden of Delight. Describing the benefit of repaying to others a good…

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