humboldt light dep
We're all about:
Renegades & Trailblazers
We support the kids who were too cool or too smart for school, the cultural mavericks and those who question the system and think for
People like you.
Because that’s who we are too.
As a company, we control product sourcing, design, production & marketing in-house while innovatively allocating inventory to transfer the savings on to you and offer some of the quickest turnaround times.
We have lived in Humboldt County for over 30 years and we have seen the effects that vanishing agricultural
industries has on local businesses and our neighbors.
We want to help keep industry in Northern California and give back to our community.
That’s why we keep our prices so low. We know your savings will make their way to the other communities keeping the cannabis culture alive.
We're interested in new ways of doing business & utilizing technology to push our initiatives. Each year we
work with a non-profit.
In 2017 we donated to the North Coast Chapter of
Engineers Without Borders for a silent auction to raise funds to: develop water
supply to residents of Camoapa, Nicaragua; enhance a wastewater treatment plant in La Manzinilla, Mexico & construct a rainwater catchment in Salyer, CA.
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Want to know more about the people behind Humboldt Light Dep Company?
Humboldt Light Dep was founded by an engineer and an artist who have steeped in the Humboldt culture since they were babes.
Keep reading to get to know the people with over 30 years of industry knowledge who have created automatic light deprivation systems that:
Take the hassle out of pulling tarp, expose your plants to optimal light and allow you to harvest three times a year!
James was born in the bay area and moved to Arcata, Ca to attend high school. After a 20 year hiatus he returned to school. In 2010 he graduated from Humboldt State University with a degree in Environmental Engineering.
James is an Aries, can’t resist a good mosh pit, loves science fiction, traveling and trying exotic food (but secretly his favorite food is a classic creamy potato salad).
Rebecca has lived in Humboldt County for over 20 years. She developed her love of business, technology, data analysis, marketing & design by working for a San Francisco based fashion industry start up.
She's a Taurus, loves her dog Hershey, pretends she’s a yogi (although really she’s a type A hot head), addicted to anything design related and her favorite color is black.