We Care About Our Community!


Our farmers are our community.
Soilscape Solutions takes pride in client services, by discussing soil
fertility and sustainable gardening practices with our clients
throughout the cultivation season we build successful partnerships
that continue from season to season.

We support community education—donating time, seed, and soil to
local schools and community gardens in Humboldt County.

We’re also a member of the North Coast Growers Association,
Humboldt County Grower’s Alliance, Sun-Growers Guild, and the
California Growers Association.


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Join Over 1,500+ Farms And Advance Your Cultivation Practices

Everyday, more and more cultivators are learning the methods to increase productivity!
We’re here to help you maximize efficiency within your cultivation process.

Our Roots

Crushing It With A Conscience.

At Soilscape Solutions, our roots run deep. Our journey began during the
prohibition and medical cannabis eras. Back when light dep was “black
box ” and a completed run was a successful pull. Our experiences in remote mountainside locations honed our skills of soil stewardship.

As a grassroots business, Soilscape Solutions has always found its roots in our community of farmers. Together we have grown from their awareness
and successes, while continuing to hold true to the mantra, crushing it with
a conscience.

Our Vision

The conservation of soil quality is fundamental to soil sustainability.

Soil is a renewable resource. For many years, cultivators considered soil disposable, and not easily re-used. As peat bogs are depleted, base
material for commercial potting soils are becoming scarce.

Soilscape Solutions aims to build soil with an eye toward the future—understanding the complex nature of both used commercial potting soils, and native, clay-based soil helps us create a comprehensive plan for long-
term plant health and soil sustainability.

Meet The Founders


Sam Deyton


A Certified Master Soil Consultant, with over 20+ of experience in cannabis cultivation, horticulture, aborculture, soil fertility consulting, irrigation system implementation, and large-scale greenhouse management. Samuel is a certified Soil Food Web Advisor and is a member of the US Composting Council. Samuel is continuously assessing, beta-testing, and researching new, resourceful, and effective techniques and products to optimize plant performance.

Member Of:

US Composting Council

Experience: 20+ Years

  • Certified Master Soil Consultant
  • Certified Soil Food Web Advisor
  • Soil Fertility Consultant
  • Custom Amendment Formulations
  • Large-Scale Greenhouse Management
  • Horticulture
  • Arboriculture
  • Irrigation systems
  • Soil Amending
  • Composting

Natalie Faris

CO-FOUNDER, Director of Operations

A Certified Master Soil Consultant: Holds a B.A. in
Anthropology from Southern Illinois University, and holds an
M.A in Environment and Community from Humboldt State
University. Her research encompasses sustainable, traditional
agricultural practices, as well as local food systems, and
agroecology. Natalie has over a decade of experience as a
cannabis cultivator, as well as working with local farmers,
teachers, and community agricultural leaders.

Natalie is also an IOIA Organic Crop Inspector.

Experience: 15+ Years

  • Certified Master Soil Consultant
  • B.A. Anthropology
  • M.A. Environment & Community
  • Sustainable Agriculture
  • IOIA Organic Crop Inspector
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Organic Farming
  • Irrigation systems
  • Soil Amending
  • Composting

Get Rid Of Your Inefficient Cultivation Practice Once and For All!
You have the passion, we have the knowledge.
Let us help you reach your cultivation goals.

Find Us

Contact Us

970 W Waterfront Dr, Eureka, CA 95501

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