Dr. Natasha Khallouf is the founder of Sonoma County-based Agricola Flower & Nursery, a MAUCRSA-compliant cannabis company. A first-generation American, born and raised in California, she has spent the past two decades learning the intricacies of cannabis cultivation and is dedicated to the development of natural, safe, and effective IPM protocols.

Dr. Khallouf has a deep understanding of cannabis’ medical applications; she attended East West School of Herbology and the California School of Herbal Studies. Khallouf received her Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College, ultimately obtaining her Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She apprenticed at Chinese Herb Farm in Petaluma alongside Peg Schafer – learning how to cultivate medicinal herbs.

She remains driven by the desire to serve unmet needs in the medical cannabis community.

Agricola Farm & Nursery prides itself on natural permaculture practices and clean efficiacious medicine; it was the 2nd permit issued by Sonoma County. Dr. Khallouf maintains an integrative medical practice in Sebastopol.