Falcanna’s History

Learn all about the journey Bethany and Justin went on to create and build Falcanna. Their quest starts with a love story, includes the struggles that pushed them to achieve, and hits on the grind that it took to build the business they’ve dedicated their lives to perfect.

Falcanna’s History

Learn all about the journey Bethany and Justin went on to create and build Falcanna. Their quest starts with a love story, includes the struggles that pushed them to achieve, and hits on the grind that it took to build the business they’ve dedicated their lives to perfect.

What drives us?

We are growing cannabis to our own high standards because we regularly partake in our own flower and products. At Falcanna our product is grown organically and pesticide free. However, our passion for growing the best cannabis we can isn’t the only thing we strive for. You can find out more information about our dedication to preserving wildlife and lowering our impact on our earth by visiting the “Our Missions” page.

Advocacy

Making the world a better place has always been important to Bethany and Justin Rondeaux, the owners of Falcanna. Falcanna is a 100% minority owned company (50% woman-owned, 50% Native American-owned) that advocates to protect the cannabis industry in a way that allows small and minority owned businesses to flourish. Bethany and Justin are also passionate about preserving natural habitats and rehabilitating falcons and hawks so that they can be returned to the wild. Below, you will find a timeline of the activism and rehabilitation efforts made by Falcanna and the Rondeauxs.

Advocacy

Making the world a better place has always been important to Bethany and Justin Rondeaux, the owners of Falcanna. Falcanna is a 100% minority owned company (50% woman-owned, 50% Native American-owned) that advocates to protect the cannabis industry in a way that allows small and minority owned businesses to flourish. Bethany and Justin are also passionate about preserving natural habitats and rehabilitating falcons and hawks so that they can be returned to the wild. Below, you will find a timeline of the activism and rehabilitation efforts made by Falcanna and the Rondeauxs.