Santa Fe Farms is a cultivator and processor of industrial hemp focused on regeneration and carbon sequestration. We transform hemp into high impact chemical and physical ingredients and components which can be incorporated into product focused on health and wellness, human and animal nutrition, agriculture, building materials, paper, packaging, plastics, and advanced carbon products, as well as tradeable carbon “offsets/credits” used by enterprises to meet their ESG goals and/or regulatory requirements.

"Imagine If", a poem by Mickeala Grace

Hemp and Carbon, a Santa Fe Farms story


Cultivation Division

Everything begins with the “seed” of an idea–from genetics to farming to agricultural partnerships across the country and around the globe, our Growth Division has “germinated” ideas into entire ecosystems — generating important efficiencies along the way.

Genetics (formerly High Grade Hemp Seed)
Unmatched genetics with a five-year track record of field performance. From improved auto flower lines to original genetics and CBG varietals, we are constantly developing and releasing innovative new cannabinoid and industrial strains.

Demonstration Farms
On our demonstration farms, we grow hemp wherever possible with organic and sustainable farming practices, and are committed to applications that enhance and preserve the environment with knowledge and expertise that we believe puts us seasons ahead of our competition.

Farm Partners Program/Brokerage
Our Farm Partners Program and Brokerage services improve financial outcomes by connecting farm operations and sourcing in one modern platform; we help companies operate more intelligently, efficiently, and more profitably.


Processing Division

It’s not easy to transform the world, but it’s not going to stop us from trying. Transformation begins the minute we harvest our hemp and turn it into materials that can change the nature of health, science, technology, housing and our climate.

Solutions Group
Santa Fe Farms Solutions Group is designed to provide consulting services for processing and extraction by working with hemp cultivators and other market participants in the design and construction of their own processing and extraction facilities.

Regenerative Refineries
We expect to soon begin construction of an ecologically and economically efficient “regenerative refinery” which will be one of the most technologically advanced state of the art extractor/processor/manufacturers/hemp research facilities in the world.


Products Division

Advanced Carbons

It’s a big deal. For us, impact means measurable regeneration and sustainability, and it’s about defining the industry through thought leadership and policy change. It’s about “carbon-sequestering” building materials, regenerative farming, and the use of hemp-based biochar. It’s about IQ, to EQ to “CQ” (a carbon score that will eventually go on every product we sell.) Impact is also about creating a reliable, scalable, and integrated industrial hemp supply chain that will produce premium-grade nature-based carbon offsets to help mitigate the effects of climate change.

Throughout, we are collaborating with our Indigenous Partners to grow hemp, create jobs, and develop circular economies. Our commitment to giving back is at the heart of everything we do.

Laboratory and Analytics
Santa Fe Farms Laboratory and Analytics (Rio Grande Analytics) is a New Mexico Department of Health approved medical cannabis and hemp testing laboratory. Santa Fe Farms believes that the analytical testing business is poised to expand dramatically as both hemp and legalized recreational marijuana use continues to grow in the U.S.

Our Products Division will include health and wellness products, nutritional products (both animal and human, pulp and paper, animal bedding, bioplastics, building products and carbon based regenerative carbons such as biochar that continue to sequester carbon beyond the growth lifecycle of hemp.

Advanced Carbons
Santa Fe Farms’ Advanced Carbons operations are based on three divisions:

  1. Imagined Carbons: our R&D that will explore new hemp-derived materials;
  2. Regenerative Carbons: how we use and improve advanced carbons such as biochar and graphene in real world applications; and
  3. Digital Carbons: how we measure, validate, track and trade hemp-based, and more generally nature-based, carbon “offsets.”