Through our state of the art growing technologies, and our partnership with Turtle Island Holistic Medicines we hope to one day eradicate the abuse of opiates, methadone, fentanyl and the many other harmful mainstream prescription drugs including toxic household chemicals that have created a health crisis in far too many Canadian communities.
First Nation Growers is committed to becoming an Indigenous leader within the industry, remaining at the forefront of our native profession through the latest technology, innovations and the education of both our staff and clientele. Our effort to improve the well-being and general health of oneself within the execution of strictly adhered to company policies, supervised by a dedicated team of professionals, emphasizing quality products, excellent service and client customer education and awareness. We are happy to provide our full support to promote community first new found and or improved Indigenous economic development opportunities in creating newfound Indigenous employment, along with training and education for First Nation members from within their respective home communities.
We feel our pursuit to improve the holistic wellbeing of oneself through innovative, and technologically advanced tools will produce enhanced community nutritional streams and sacred medicines. With our advanced agricultural rotary hydroponics, growing year-round fresh produce and other natural foods, we will create economic opportunities and community member jobs through newfound own source revenues. Thus invoking the United Nations reaffirmation of our inherent Indigenous rights to include the personal use of traditional and or sacred medicines which provides for both medical and recreation Indigenous medicines products including derivatives thereof for the improved holistic health and well-being of oneself is long overdue. It is our FNG mission to enhance & contribute to the betterment of the Indigenous community through advancing Indigenous holistic health and the well-being of oneself. Our effort to pursue innovative indoor agricultural development of fresh produce, natural foods as well as traditional medicines that include medical and recreational Indigenous Medicines and or the derivatives thereof, using Canada’s ACMPR Rules & Regulations as our guideline as we reach back into our history.