Farma PDX Gives Our Roots Some Major Air Time

Photo Credit: Farma PDX

Photo Credit: Farma PDX

Andrea Sparr-Jaswa, the Director and Editor of Education at Farma PDX gave our back story some major air time last month. From the farms evolution starting on the Oregon Trail, through its world renown lily production days, then up to the organic vegetable and cannabis powerhouse it is today, she covers it all. Our birth, our growth, and and our maturation. Read her entire article here, and stop by Farma PDX to pick up some of our flower and to check out the amazing dispensary she helps run.


…And it’s a love letter to the Bull Run Lifestyle.

In a land far away in New York City, where people are awoken by car horns, have their clothes professionally cleaned and check the DOW industrial average while brushing their teeth, they dream of a simpler life. To them, the Oregon lifestyle is a fairy tale. The sap that comes from our trees is a thick and vibrant viscoses that courses through the veins of our forests, gushing with life. Our air is crisp and clean, with the soft, rustling sounds of leaves and animals rolling in the gentle breeze, and everything that is grown and cared for is nurtured by the love and light that keeps our land going. And, according to Forbes writer Warren Bobrow, our cannagars capture it all.

Photo credit: John Plummer

Where Warren is from, electronic vaporizers and delicate, hundred dollar bongs are what’s used to consume cannabis. We decided to show him another way. Our cannagars are weed cigars that are wrapped in marijuana leaves. The bicycle of the marijuana world, if you will. Low tech, simple, and highly effective.

He loved it. So much, in fact, he wrote THIS amazing article chronicling his journey and detailing the craft, expertise, and love that we put into our bud.

Truly Warren, your appreciation and recognition is humbling, and we hope to see you back soon.

Read his entire article HERE.

Photo credit: Warren Bobrow

In The Face Of An Oversaturated Flower Market, Bull Run Marches On

In a recent article by Rolling Stone Magazine titled Oregon’s Weed Glut: What Happens to Excess Pot?, Oregon’s saturated marijuana market is examined. John Plummer, Bull Run’s fearless leader guides author Lily Raff McCaulou through the 2 year history of recreational marijuana licenses and how the state got to the point it’s at today. With many growers backing out in the face of plummeting weed prices, Bull Run’s brand stands strong. Solid dispensary relationships and a product consistency that consumers have come to count on have helped Bull Run weather the market instability, and gear itself up for the coming years.

Read the full article here.

Bull Run Craft Cannabis Silvertip

Bull Run Craft Cannabis Just The Silvertip

Photo Credit, Charlie Mertens