Where Our Roots Begin

 

Herba Farms is a family owned and operated business where you are part of the family. We are an early stage applicant to become a standard cultivator and processor under the new Federal Cannabis Act. Herba Farms has secured 30,000 square feet situated on four acres of land located in the R.M of Lumsden, Saskatchewan.

Our team of cannabis professionals strive to produce the highest quality cannabis, and our goal is to provide our customers and patients with detailed information regarding the use of cannabis. Our research and development team is always exploring new and creative ways to stand out in this robust industry. We will not stop reaching to achieve excellence in our state-of-the-art facility.

We strive for great customer care, extensive knowledge and expertise in cannabis and its benefits. By putting our patients and customers needs above all, Herba Farms is dedicated to providing world-class products, by assembling a dedicated team of professional horticulturists.

Milestones

  • Established business plan and corporate strategy

  • Secured two 15,000 square feet facilities on four acres of land

  • Obtained building and development permits from the R.M. of Lumsden, Saskatchewan

  • Began application process

  • Designed and engineered facility

  • Planned a specific cultivation program

  • Secured relationships with construction partners for current and future expansions

  • Developed a robust team with various expertise

Timeline

2018: Q4

  • Secured production facility

  • Began application process

  • Obtained zoning permits from the R.M. of Lumsden, Saskatchewan

Q1: 2019

  • Submit Health Canada application

  • Obtained building and development permits

  • Begin interior construction of phase 1 (8,400 square feet)

Q2

  • Begin marketing strategy

Q3

  • Complete interior construction

  • Submit review package to Health Canada

Q4

  • Begin cultivation of cannabis

2020: Q1

  • Obtain sale license of cannabis from Health Canada

  • Design phase two (remaining 7,200 square feet)

  • Submit drawings to Health Canada for approval

  • Begin construction of phase 2