Relying on the wet Washington climate to produce some of the market’s best strains is just one of the many secrets at 1937 Farms. Nearly 9 acres of land in the Snoqualmie Valley is home to their famous buds, but there’s so much more to this operation than just wide open space. The industry experience that owner/operator Matt McCoy brings to the table is just the tip of the iceberg, as he and his team have invested heavily in the most state of the art equipment available.
Together with master growers and additional co-founders, Matt and his group are able to identify exactly what each of their plants needs and when. Not only do they know how to cultivate cannabis, but their use of biochemistry, high tech machinery, and old fashioned hard work all combine to create products worth writing home about. Their claim to fame is certainly in the nugs they ship out, but 1937 Farms also produces some of the highest quality CO2 oil in the state. Indica, sativa, and hybrid options are plentiful, and they’ve finely tuned their methods to create a clean and great tasting product.
Rather than mass producing vape cartridges or planting row after row of subpar cannabis, the team at 1937 Farms holds themselves to a higher standard. Reputation is everything in the marijuana industry, and it’s Matt’s mission to continuously push the boundaries of creativity, quality, and consistency. With the pieces they have in place so far, we’d say they’re off to a great start.