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“Cedar Creek Cannabis understands the importance of quality. We take our commitment to excellence seriously and strive to produce only the highest quality cannabis flower, oils and extracts available. We are a small-batch, indoor “craft” grower with very old-school, well-vetted strains known for their consistent flavor, high potency & incredible pheno and terpene profiles.”
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Grower Spotlight: Cedar Creek Cannabis
Location: Vancouver, Washington
Owners: Mark Michaelson and Ann’ette Pedigo
How did you get into this industry: “When I first started growing when I was young, it was just to get stoned,” Michaelson said. “But then I figured out there was some money to be made, and I learned that the better the bud was, the more I made. So over the years I just kept focusing on improving the quality. Once I-502 got started, I brought my family in to help set up Cedar Creek Cannabis. One of my daughters also has a farm in Longview, called Bare Naked Bud.”
What sets your farm apart from others: “I would say probably true, honest dedication to quality,” Michaelson said. “It’s nice if we can make some money along the way, of course, but I really just love growing pot. I want to be a pioneer in this industry when it comes to quality.”
Lighting method: Full spectrum. No LED.
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor grower, tier 2.
Pesticides: Occasional use of two pesticides, primarily Nuke ‘Em, an organic product made by American Agriculture in Portland. The farm also uses predatory mites to kill spider mites.
Soil/Growth medium: “Ours is similar to hydroponic but it’s not,” Michaelson said. The company uses Coco Coir, a coconut based product, as a grow medium.
Signature strains: OG Kush, Jack Herer, Chemdawg.
Other strains or products of note: King Tut, 101 Headband, Dairy Queen and a variety of vapes and oils.
What would you like to see next as the industry evolves: “I’d love to see the stigma go away,” Michaelson said. “People who don’t know anything about cannabis love to talk about it even though they’ve never tried it. I hope people who used to smoke or are curious about it will think about trying it again – there’s a lot more to it, and it can be a lot of fun.”
Grower Spotlight: Cedar Creek Cannabis Location: Vancouver, Washington Owners: Mark Michaelson and Ann’ette Pedigo How did you get into this industry: “When I first started growing