PURE JOY FAMILY FARM


FINE CANNABIS FOR LASTING HAPPINESS.

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PureJoy’s fine edibles are both delicious and smooth.  Choose from Shortbreads, Chocolates and Caramels in gourmet flavors like Sea Salt and Raspberry. Learn More. »

We offer the finest in both Indica and Sativa strains. Cultivated for the greatest pleasure and flavor.
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2017: All this year’s parties

This is a picture of Eleanor, our mascot. She is just here for click-bait.  Some of you made it out. To everyone else: Looking forward to seeing you in 2018! The details aren't even blurry. We set out to treat marijuana as our muse. Marijuana was legal, and we wanted...

High Profiles – Cannabis Beyond Strain

Strain Overload Browsing through the over 2,000 strains of cannabis catalogued on Leafly--somewhere between "Cat Piss" and "Ebola #7"--we started to wonder: are strain names the best way to define cannabis flower? The folk tradition of naming new strains has led to a...

Great Moments in the History of Cannabis

Cannabis is one of the oldest crops in the history of human civilization, with evidence of cultivation traced back 12,000 years. The plant is thought to have originated in Central Asia, but has since spread to every corner of the globe. Humans have used cannabis for...

Five things for cannabis lovers to remember about the Eclipse

If you didn't know, we're having an event for the Eclipse this Monday morning from 9AM-11AM. We'd call it a party, but that sounds a little decadent for a Monday morning. Since we're all a little new at this Eclipse thing, we thought we'd give you some pointers to...

Goodbye Grant! Hello Pure Joy! A rebooted website (and more)

For the better part of two years, the dour, earnest faces of a farming couple have stared out at the world from the home page of our site. And though we love this painting, American Gothic, by Grant Wood, we have to admit that no one growing cannabis should look so...