Jesse Dodd is a lifelong gardener with a keen interest in living soils. He specializes in multifaceted composting strategies, utilizing appropriate biology, based on location and materials in an attempt to optimize the process. By tailoring composting techniques, Jesse develops site specific plans to efficiently turn organic matter and agricultural waste into living soils while sequestering carbon and improving the quality of the medicine. Through protracted and thoughtful observation, Cannabis farms have the power to be a part of rebuilding biodiverse habitat and healthy watersheds. His hope is to instill in others how important living soils are to our life on this planet and the need to return our organic wastes back into the natural cycles.
He is the creator of Biovortex, a living conceptual art piece, utilizing the mediums of gardening, soil building, breeding, photography, writing, imagination, social media, conversations, and presentations, with the goal of influencing the cannabis industry in the direction of a profitable and environmentally regenerative future. It’s his belief that through the development of regenerative cannabis farms we can create tremendous economic growth and opportunity, while having a positive impact on the environment.