With the opening of our Albuquerque store crawling closer and closer, it’s time to introduce another farm. Get ready for Carver Family Farm and be sure to follow them on Instagram!

About the Farm

Carver Family Farm is a no-till, hand-trimmed, and organically grown cannabis producer based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Established in 2021, Carver Family Farm is New Mexico’s first integrated cannabis micro-business.

Carver Family Farm Cannabis Trimmer

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Carver Family Farm is owned by Erika Hartwick Brown, Andrew Brown, and Mathew Muñoz who work on-site at the farm and are highly involved. Their current practice is that each individual hire starts out as a trimmer. From there, employees spend time training with experienced trimmers, packagers, cultivators, and retail personnel.

Erika Hartwick Brown | Chief Operations Relations Officer

Carver Family Farm Erika Hartwick Brown, Chief Operations Relations Officer

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Erika has been cultivating alongside her husband Andrew for over 12 years in their personal medical production. She has a strong administrative and customer relations background in both legal and non-profit sectors. Her ability to foster community and her dedication to creating a unique customer experience makes Carver Family Farm a warm and inclusive space for visitors.

Andrew Brown | Chief Cultivation Officer

Carver Family Farm Andrew Brown, Chief Cultivation Officer

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Andrew began growing in 2010 for his personal medical cannabis use. After years of perfecting his trade and scientifically improving his cultivation process, he began consulting on large grow operations in the medical cannabis industry in New Mexico. Andrew served as the first head grower for one of the largest local medical cannabis dispensaries. Now, he is proud to bring his expert knowledge of no-till, living soil, and organic cultivation to his own family farm.

Mathew Muñoz | Chief Innovation and Finance Officer

Carver Family Farm Mathew Muñoz, Chief Innovation and Finance Officer

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Mathew is a lifelong resident of New Mexico and grew up working with his father on a farm north of Aztec. Here, his father encouraged him to pursue his passion for education. He went on to become actively involved in government work for the University of New Mexico. His work with the University, in addition to over 10 years of experience in state and federal legislation, positioned him to help shape New Mexico’s recreational cannabis laws. He remains committed to helping the cannabis industry thrive and remain accessible to all New Mexicans.

Strains They Offer



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Horchata is a balanced hybrid strain that crosses Jet Fuel Gelato with Mochi Gelato. As a result of this pairing, Horchata is more calming than energizing. Stoners who have smoked this strain enjoy it for its earthy, floral, and woody flavors. The effects of this strain are uplifting and relaxing and may even have you feeling chattier than usual. The Horchata flower from Carver Family Farm has a THC range from 21-26% and terpene content between 1-2%.


Man Carving Rock to Visually Represent Cannabis Strain Carver

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Carver is a potent hybrid strain that delivers heavy-handed euphoria and relaxation. This strain is the perfect smoke for kicking back on those nights when rest won’t come easy. The high has a slow building onset. First, it hits the mind with a lifted sense of euphoria. Next, your negative thoughts will float away and you’ll find yourself sinking into a deep sense of peace and calm. The Carver flower from Carver Family Farm has a THC content of around 25% and a terpene content of around 2.35%.



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I-95 is a deep hybrid cut bred from Triangle Kush and a Legend OG x Stardawg IX2 hybrid by Money Mike from Top Dawg Genetics. This strain produces dense, light green buds covered in glistening trichomes, and it offers balanced physical and mental effects. I-95’s terpene profile is a pungent bouquet of diesel fuel and sour funk that fills the room and excites the palate. I-95 is the perfect choice for any balanced hybrid lover.

The high rolls in with a creeping effect, sneaking up behind the eyes before launching you into a state of happy focus. Your mind will clear itself while you feel an influx of creative energy and motivation, making this bud perfect for when you need a little help to get going on a project or two. A relaxing physical state will remain throughout the duration of the high, keeping you completely at ease without weighing you down in the slightest. The I-95 flower from Carver Family Farm has a THC content of around 25% and a terpene content of around 2.59%.

RudeBoi OG

Man Crouching And Pulling on Lower Lip. Visual Representation of Rudeboi OG

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RudeBoi OG is an indica-dominant hybrid blend of Irene OG and Face Off OG. The result is an upbeat, potentially couch-locking strain that may be a bit too strong for newer smokers. Your mood will lift as you are hit with a wave of creative inspiration. Then, this kushy, hashy, herbaceous coffee-scented strain will start to mellow you out and weigh you down into your couch. So, we don’t recommend smoking RudeBoi OG on a day that you need to stay alert and productive. The RudeBoi OG flower from Carver Family Farm has a THC content ranging from 16-20% and a terpene content floating around 1.98%.

Triangle Kush

Triangle Kush Visual Representation

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Triangle Kush is a legendary strain shrouded in mystery. This hybrid’s genetics are highly debated with many saying it originates from the Florida cannabis triangle from Jacksonville to Miami to Tampa. This chemically kush is surprisingly sociable and mentally clear with a nice body buzz. The Triangle Kush flower from Carver Family Farm has a THC content of around 27% and a terpene content of around 2.49%.

So, be sure to visit us at our new Albuquerque store at 800 3rd St NW Albuquerque, NM. Visit this link for more details!

Please consume responsibly. For use by adults 21 and older. So, keep out of reach of children. In addition, this products is not approved by the FDA to treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Furthermore, the FDA has not evaluated this product for safety, effectiveness, or quality. Do not drive a motor vehicle or operate machinery while under the influence of cannabis. Lastly, there may be long term adverse health effects from consumption of cannabis, including additional risks for women who are or may become pregnant or are breastfeeding.