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The Watershed Fund supports collaborative, action-based projects that generate data to quantify improved resource use. The results can develop a replicable framework and inform decision making as we transition to a regenerative model.

About the Watershed Fund

Guided by permaculture principles and focusing on individual efforts that have great, cumulative effects, as a community we can participate in the process of adaptive land management for a regenerative future.

Compliant Farms was formed as the cultural, regulatory and ecological worlds of small, private cannabis farms collided.

Through the design and implementation of site-specific management plans, we facilitate an approach for our community to become better land stewards. In our business plan and process, through education and resource sharing, from the generosity of our clients, the Watershed Fund was born.

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Save The Van Arken

The Compliant Farms Watershed Fund financed by environmentally-minded cannabis farmers is proud to fund an acre for the Save the Van Arken project to permanently protect the bio-diverse headwaters of the Mattole River.

The Van Arken Watershed is in the heart of the Mattole River headwaters and spans 1,650 acres in Humboldt County, California. This watershed is currently free from residential development and is a salmon stronghold for wild runs of native coho, chinook, and steelhead. Sanctuary Forest launched the Fund an Acre campaign to take advantage of an opportunity to purchase and protect this sensitive watershed from being divided and developed.

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Greywater Workshop

The Watershed Fund, a Compliant Farms client supported research and education fund, is excited to announce the funding of it’s first project. In partnership with the Salmonid Restoration Federation, the Watershed Fund invites all of our rural cannabis community members to a Greywater Workshop with greywater design expert Laura Allen.

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Salmonid Restoration Conference

The Watershed Fund sponsored this year’s annual Salmonid Restoration Conference which offered an unparalleled opportunity for professionals, academics, and scientists to present their research to a large audience of fisheries restoration enthusiasts.

The Watershed Fund supports collaborative, action-based projects that generate data to quantify improved resource use. The results can develop a replicable framework and inform decision making as we transition to a regenerative model.