Sweet Sisters Farm grew out of a love between two people, and then out of a shared love for cannabis. Our founders David and Sara, after meeting in the 1980s, purchased a property in California’s picturesque Mendocino hills, at the confluence of two waterways. This parcel has grown a generation of our family alongside the generations of plants we’ve nurtured over the years.
Cannabis, we know, is a powerful gift from the natural world. We’re fortunate to live and love on land that cares for us back in such a meaningful way. It’s our life’s work to curate a crop we believe in, and now we want to pass that gift onto you.
Sweet Sister’s story is a love story: a love for plants, the Earth, and for one another.
As original purveyors of the Mendocino County cannabis scene prior to regulation, Sara and David are now focused on getting their plants to as many people as possible, especially those who need the innumerable benefits the most. David and Sara work side by side to ensure their operation is ethical, sustainable, and doing right by the people this industry comes from.
Firmly Planted in Community
A community leader in cannabis, Sara also works on multi-pronged advocacy issues to help strengthen the resiliency of the industry, legacy and non-legacy growers alike. She currently sits on the boards of the Origins Council and the Mendocino Cannabis Alliance.