We are Wonderland Nursery. Humboldt County’s premier dispensary of high quality clones.
Ganjier — (gan-jee-yā) — a ganja professional with a visible passion for cannabis and who is highly knowledgeable about one or more facets of the plant, such as its history, characteristics, flavors, and genetics.
Our mission is to provide a platform for qualified Ganjiers to share their expertise, wisdom, and tips to those interested in being part of the new cannabis industry. From professionals who have had multiple years of experience, The Ganjier offers advice and information on specializations such as cultivation, cannabis law, edible production, branding, marketing and more.
The Ganjier founders and contributors have been part of the movement that helped usher in the new attitudes toward the cannabis plant. Now they’re here to share their experience and their vision.
In decades past, one person in the cannabis industry would need to perform what would be a dozen jobs in a regulated business just to make it. Now you don’t have to use just you anymore. The end of prohibition in some states and a shift in how cannabis is perceived nationwide have created opportunities and opened the door for innovation.
Cannabis entrepreneurs need a reliable, updated information source to help build their businesses and their knowledge of the plant.
Enter The Ganjier. From the heart of the Emerald Triangle to the city by the Bay.
Kevin Jodrey is one of the most well known growers in Humboldt County and is an internationally respected cannabis expert, known for improving and forwarding the modern cannabis movement. As a world renowned hunter of ganja genetics, Kev is fascinated by the search for rare, desirable, and marketable traits.
Kevin is the creator of Port Royal, owner of Wonderland Nursery, and co-founder of The Ganjier. He’s been a cannabis cultivator for decades, running this own operations and offering consulting services to the broader community. He’s spoken at universities, judged at the Emerald Cup, and consulted on cannabis related educational shows for National Geographic and A&E. Featured in the New York Times, a pulitzer prize winning Washing Post article, countless other articles, books, and radio and tv shows, he is at the epicenter of the Green Rush (and graces the walls of the Oakland Museum to prove it) and is guiding the industry as it transitions to the Clean Rush – the sustainable movement of regenerating the land naturally through cannabis cultivation.