PureLee Farms  field overlooking church

Enjoy PureLee Farms for a DAILY DOSE OF KIND.

Kindness to yourself.
Kindness for others.
Kindness has no boundaries.

Our farm is nestled in the fertile coulee region of southwest Wisconsin and has been a part of our family history for the past 50 years.  This area of Wisconsin is geologically significant with many hills, valleys, and spring-fed streams not altered by glaciers; this is the Driftless area.

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CBD is a Personal Journey.

My family comes from generations of farmers. My father raised crops on our family farm while serving as the Assistant Director of Pharmacy at one of the most prestigious medical institutions in the world. Throughout his life he instilled in us the importance of land conservation and a reverence for medicine.

In July 2018 I went permanently deaf and was left with tinnitus, a severe ringing in the ear. As a result, I had tremendous difficulty sleeping. I tried multiple medications but they all had unpleasant side effects. At the time, my brother Eric was preparing his land for hemp, a medicinal crop he was planting under the 2018 Farm Bill. He explained the health benefits of hemp and I became curious, spending months doing research and finding several CBD products to try. I was thrilled CBD helped me sleep, but worried about the quality and pureness of the products I was using.

In a blessing of events, I became the exclusive user of Eric’s medicinal hemp and developed a line of clean and effective CBD products. His award winning organic and conservation practices ensured the quality and purity I sought. It was the perfect union for a product line that combined our family’s passions of farming and medicine.

Thank you for adding PureLee Farms to your wellness routine where we truly believe Pure Is Kind.

Let’s be well together,


Nancy Solie Founder and CEO of PureLee Farms Premium CBD

Nancy Solie

CEO, PureLee Farms, LLC

Sustainable & Responsible Farming

From our farm looking out across the valleys and ridges we see an abundance of family farms with windmills, dairy barns, cows, horses, and an abundance of forests that have enabled sustainable farming opportunities for generations.

PureLee Farms John Deere Tractor

Award Winning Land Stewardship.

Eric Lee, owner and operator of our family farm, was recognized as Conservation Landowner of the Year, 2020 for contributions made possible with the collaboration of many employees of the NRCS, FSA, and USDA departments.

Lee Family Farms John Deere Tractor
PureLee Farms Wisconsin Grown CBD

Sustainability in our region is critical to farming success.

Taking care of our farm topsoil to prevent erosion is our first mission and highest form of stewardship; put into practice we chose to implement contour farming practices, with narrower fields, grass buffer strips, residue management, and waterways to reduce the flow of rainwater and keep nutrients where they belong – right next to the plants that need it.


Farming responsibly, both sustainably and economically, is a challenge; doing it is a great achievement and source of personal satisfaction for any farm family.  We don’t do it for recognition - it’s a labor of love for the land you have accepted stewardship of and a responsibility to pass along intact or better to those generations to follow.  It is especially heartwarming when someone recognizes the effort you put in and shares a kind word, it is particularly moving being recognized by peers and other organizations.

Eric Lee Award

To learn more about our farm and recognition of our stewardship efforts please reference the USDA feature article; Restoring the Driftless Area Landscape- Good Conservation That Lasts Generations

Hemp Production Process

Our hemp story begins far earlier than the 2018 Farm Bill that made growing hemp in the USA possible again.  Earnest work, making do, fixing, and re-purposing are farm ways of life.  For us, drawing upon our lifelong experiences on the farm was perfectly natural as we considered repurposing old tobacco equipment and buildings for a far greater good – growing medicine!

We set out with a pioneering spirit (this was the first year licenses were issued), determined to grow high quality hemp as naturally as possible using the collective wisdom of our farm family and organic local resources.

PureLee Farms Hemp Drying Tunnel

Quality Seeds

We sourced approved seeds and dedicated an entire greenhouse to bring these seeds to a transplantable seedling size.  Placing thousands of seeds individually into growing trays and overseeing them like expectant parents, they slowly emerged and thrived in the warming spring weather.  

Taking care to keep them warm inside with a woodstove during the chilly nights and bringing them back outside in the sunshine of the daylight to grow stronger stems with the breeze at the ridgetop nursery.

PureLee Farms Greenhouse with Seedlings
Lee Family Farms Planted Rows with Clover

Room to Grow

We had pre-seeded the entire field with Dutch white clover to establish a weed barrier between the rows and to create a lush ground cover that would provide a natural source of nitrogen and protect the plants from the muddy splash of raindrops on bare ground.  The result was the most beautiful ten acre field of natural medicine in the county!


Together with our Amish neighbors we located a large machine shed in the region that we decided to dismantle, move, and rebuild on our farm next to the existing tobacco curing shed.  These re-purposed buildings would provide enough space to naturally dry the mature hemp flower.

Lee Family Farms Barn Build
PureLee Farms Tobacco Planter Hemp

Tried and Tested

We re-purposed a tobacco transplanter and used the restored 1953 John Deere tractor to put these ladies into rows separated by six feet and six feet apart within the row to give ample room to grow.  The planting was slow and steady.  Each plant was mechanically set in the soil by the revolving clamps and given a dose of water prior to the closing wheel firming them into the soil.  Nearly 10,000 plants were individually set, with the care and dedication of my brothers.


Once our plants reached maturity in October, harvest season was upon us.  We went through the field to select and cut the top flower from all the plants and hung them individually in the new shed. We did this to shorten the height of the plant so the remaining plants could be hung whole in the four levels of the tobacco barn.  This strategy worked well and proved to be a viable way for our region to harvest and cure hemp (given no one had attempted this in Vernon County before).

Lee Family Farms Raw Hemp Processing
Lee Family Farm Hands from our community


Keeping a field well maintained, takes a lot of hands.  We were fortunate to have our children and their youth group be an instrumental part of in season care hand pulling weeds around each of the plants until the clover was able to establish itself and provide protection on its own.  The added benefit was the abundance of pollinator habitat the clover provided to honeybees and butterflies.  It was so wonderful to spend time in this beautiful, vibrant garden.

Ready for Process

Once all the hemp was dried and cured, we took down every plant and individually removed the flower and packaged the biomass for processing.

Lee Family Farms Dried Hemp and ready for production

Processed and Ready for you!!

Quality starts with the soil. PureLee farms produces the purest CBD products

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229 Minnetonka Ave. STE 805.

Wayzata, MN 55391


FDA Statement

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always check with your doctor before starting a new dietary supplement program.