Green on Green: Colorado Ranchers Create Zero-Carbon Footprint Pot Farm

Rob and Linda Trotter looked around at their TNT Ranch, at the fertile soil, at the snowmelt water that starts at 12,500 feet above sea level and flows to them before it goes anywhere else, and decided they should something.

And so they launched Pot Zero, which they say are the most environmentally conscious products in Colorado and beyond. Their outdoor operation creates no carbon footprint.

“We are blessed with fantastic mountain loam soil, intense ultraviolet light because of our 8,200-foot elevation and water that comes directly to our property from a pristine, 12,500-foot mountain,” Rob Trotter said.

A hydroelectric plant generates all the power the ranch needs and more.

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