Winberry Farms prides their operation in being 100% local. They were founded in 2015 by a group of friends: Dustin Jessup, Kevin Spence, and BJ Maks. Their families own an idyllic plot of land in the southern Willamette Valley about thirty miles southeast of Eugene. The farm is watered naturally by nearby Winberry Creek, which lends the company its name. In the beginning, it was a small grassroots organization where everybody was required to wear many hats. There weren’t any full-time employees besides the founders, only friends and family willing to lend a helping hand. That spirit of communal effort really paid off, and now Winberry Farms has a team of almost thirty people. They’ve even got a dog who’s responsible for Paw Outreach—you can email Barley Brown here.
When Oregon passed Measure 91 in 2014, Winberry Farms became one of the first recreational cannabis farms to be licensed by the state. They specialize in naturally sungrown cannabis sourced from quality genetics, and they aren’t afraid to break new ground. In the beginning, their grow was modeled after organic and biodynamic farming practices that include allowing the plants to grow up around the natural plants and animals in the area. Plants were cultivated in large 65-gallon pots that use a custom organic soilless growth medium.
As time has gone on, Winberry Farms invited knowledgeable people from the cannabis industry to help them refine their methods and their product. They experimented with local soil grows to take advantage of Willamette Valley’s unique local chemistry and developed an innovative use of hoop houses to keep moisture off their plants. Now they’re focused on making the cleanest, purest oil possible and ensuring consistency from batch to batch through exhaustive attention to detail.
Winberry Farms believes that strong relationships are the key to success. They’re serious about getting things right but they’re also serious about having a fun time. The best concentrates come from plants that have been carefully cultivated using organic processes and natural fertilizers, and that’s been Winberry’s specialty from the very beginning.
Winberry Farms prides their operation in being 100% local. They were founded in 2015 by a group of friends: Dustin Jessup, Kevin Spence, and BJ Maks. Their families own an idyllic plot of land in the southern Willamette Valley about thirty miles southeast of Eugene. The farm is watered naturally by nearby Winberry Creek, which lends the company its name. In the beginning, it was a small grassroots organization where everybody was required to wear many hats. There weren’t any full-time employees besides the founders, only friends and family willing to lend a helping hand. That spirit of communal effort really paid off, and now Winberry Farms has a team of almost thirty people. They’ve even got a dog who’s responsible for Paw Outreach—you can email Barley Brown here.
When Oregon passed Measure 91 in 2014, Winberry Farms became one of the first recreational cannabis farms to be licensed by the state. They specialize in naturally sungrown cannabis sourced from quality genetics, and they aren’t afraid to break new ground. In the beginning, their grow was modeled after organic and biodynamic farming practices that include allowing the plants to grow up around the natural plants and animals in the area. Plants were cultivated in large 65-gallon pots that use a custom organic soilless growth medium.
As time has gone on, Winberry Farms invited knowledgeable people from the cannabis industry to help them refine their methods and their product. They experimented with local soil grows to take advantage of Willamette Valley’s unique local chemistry and developed an innovative use of hoop houses to keep moisture off their plants. Now they’re focused on making the cleanest, purest oil possible and ensuring consistency from batch to batch through exhaustive attention to detail.
Winberry Farms believes that strong relationships are the key to success. They’re serious about getting things right but they’re also serious about having a fun time. The best concentrates come from plants that have been carefully cultivated using organic processes and natural fertilizers, and that’s been Winberry’s specialty from the very beginning.

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