Union Electric has partnered with leading greenhouse growers to provide premium cannabis at affordable prices.
Proper and Union Electric have teamed up for this farm-focused series that tells the stories behind your bud, and the third farm we’re highlighting sits high in the hills of Mendocino County. Dancing Dog Ranch provides some stellar products and memorable highs aimed at helping their consumers be more resilient in their day-to-day lives. Let’s dig in to learn about their property, people, process and purpose.
It can be easy to paint the cannabis industry with a broad brush, but the more you get into it, the more you see how unique each brand really is. That’s no different for Dancing Dog Ranch. A full-blown, off-the-grid, family business founded by two sisters, this hidden gem in the Emerald Triangle is quickly becoming a flower-filled treasure trove.
“This hidden gem in the Emerald Triangle is quickly becoming a flower-filled treasure trove.”
Originally growing up in rural New York, the rich and wild landscape of NorCal made it easy to call it a second home. But the state of the world lately has been a different and difficult story, and while they make it to the site as much as possible, it's not currently quite as much as they'd like. Mackenzie is three thousand miles away with a three year old, and Madeline is in Sacramento, leaving both of them to run things from afar. Mackenzie was in the process of moving her family just 45 minutes away from the farm when Covid hit.
They’d packed, enrolled their three year old in school and BAM, just like the rest of us, the new normal sank in. Thankfully, their property allows them to have the majority of their grow team living on site. At the farm they have Keith, their head grower, Brooklynn, a full-time female cultivator, Michael, their handyman extraordinaire, and Jacob, the jack of all trades. On top of the team keeping the farm humming, throughout all of this uncertainty they’ve been fortunate to have partners like Union Electric to help ensure that there's no downtime in their distribution.