Meet the Two Women Behind Sonoma County’s Garden Society

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Erin Gore and Karli Warner aren’t superwomen, but they are amazing. Their strength and superhuman passion for their cannabis work is felt after only minutes of speaking with the two farm founders.

Gore and Warner are everyday women. They are wives, moms, friends, sisters, bill-payers, breadwinners, caretakers and peacemakers. They are driven multi-taskers with a huge passion to pursue all the world has to offer.

Built on a desire to explore a more holistic way of managing day-to-day pain and stress, the dynamic duo founded Garden Society with the hope of offering joy, relief and a better quality of life.

“We want to empower people to give themselves what they need and give themselves joy and happiness. That’s the most important thing, after all,” Warner says.



Cannabis wasn’t always on the forefront for this determined partnership. Both women had roots that ran deep in the corporate world. Gore, a regional manager of a multi-million dollar adhesive company, and Warner, a successful PR manager in the wine industry, found great success in the business realm. However, with great success came even greater stress, and both Gore and Warner sought more for their lives.

Gore left her decade-long corporate career to support her husband’s wine business while she plotted her next move. While the former corporate powerhouse planned her next steps, Warner and her PR team were helping to launch a joint venture wine brand with Gore’s husband.

While on a media tour for the wine release, Gore and Warner bonded instantly, sharing their love for wine, food and of course, cannabis. The two chatted about their cannabis use and discovered a shared joy for using cannabis to relax and de-stress. Despite their immediate amicable connection, after the tour ended, they went their separate ways.

It wasn’t until years later that Gore would approach Warner with the idea to start a cannabis company. Both saw a void in the market with low-dose edibles and seized the opportunity to create a cannabis product that also highlighted the renowned food culture of Sonoma County.



“Erin noticed that other women were going through the same type of struggles that we were going through, and we both recognized the benefits of using cannabis for lowering stress,” Warner says. “It was then that Erin asked me join.”

The Northern California natives wasted no time and joined with a prominent Sonoma County chef with the goal of creating artisanal confections made with low doses of cannabis. In 2016, Gore and Warner launched Garden Society and a gourmet edible industry was born.

“Erin has always been very entrepreneurial. I always say I was more of an accidental entrepreneur, but Erin saw it,” Warner laughs. “We may come from different backgrounds, but we share the same values.”

Today, the pioneers continue to offer cannabis-infused foods and sun-grown flower with the same love, passion and dedication to a better life. With this concept in mind, Garden Society and Bloom Farms have proudly joined forces to offer cannabis customers their high-quality Headband strain.



Garden Society’s sun-grown sativa-leaning hybrid cross of Sour Diesel and OG Kush delivers notes of sweet lemon and earthy pine in a creamy, smooth bouquet with diesel undertones. A popular pick among experienced users, the strong cerebral effects that inspired its name are often felt first in the forehead before settling into a substantial heady euphoria and long-lasting body buzz.

Learn more about this women-owned farm and their cannabis creations on the Garden Society podcast, which offers relatable cannabis and business education for women seeking ways to balance time and energy between themselves, work, family and friends.


Author: Valeri Spiwak

Valeri SpiwakBorn and raised by the beach in Southern California, Valeri Spiwak lives and breathes West Coast culture and its surrounding artistic charm. Valeri, with a Bachelors Degree in Journalism and a Minor in French, continuously seeks to explore the beautiful and obscure, and shares her adventures through captivating wordplay, clever writing and skillful copy.

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