The Sisters of the Valley is a medicinal cannabis company run by Christine Meeusen and Darcy Johnson in California’s central valley. Their mission is to erase the negative stigma around weed and end human suffering as best they can. The nun outfits aren’t worn as part of any organized religion but rather as a sign of devotion to the plant.
The Sisters of the Valley farm is a one-acre plot wedged in California’s sprawling, agriculture-rich Central Valley, about 10 miles outside of the city of Merced’s limits. On first glance, it looks a lot like the other farms in the area, those that grow almonds, carrots, blueberries, and other wholesome crops. A narrow, worn-out asphalt road sandwiched between two enormous almond groves leads to an idyllic plot; there’s a garage-turned-greenhouse and two light blue ranch houses: one where the farmers live and eat, and one known as “the abbey” that serves as the base of business operations.
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