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Slow-growing, pasture-raised heritage breed meats are the most flavorful meats on the market. While they are not organic, they are real meat as nature intended and not hybrid breeds. Chicken, turkey, duck, goose, beef, pork, lamb, goat, plus bacon and charcuterie. “Heritage Foods USA was founded in 2001 to preserve endangered species of livestock from extinction. Endangered foods are saved when demand increases and farmers have the incentive to raise them. Slower growing pedigreed breeds are rare but chefs around the country swear by their superior taste. All our meats are raised on pasture by our network of family farmers and never fed antibiotics.”
Linen clothing for women, sizes petite to plus. I found the FLAX brand of linen clothing in a local shop and fell in love with it, but they didn’t have my size. So I went online and found this site that is the #1 online shop for FLAX clothing. Lots of loose-fitting and tailored styles and colors. Simple. Classic. All are made with linen, some are combined with other natural fiber fabrics. And the prices online are much less.
More than 700 varieties of heirloom and certified organic seeds for vegetables, herbs, flowers, grains and cover crops, many particularly suited for the Southeast USA. Also seeds to grow your own organic cotton. “It takes many farms to grow a collection of seeds like what we offer. We’re proud to work with a network of over 50 small farms in various parts of the US who grow seeds for us.” Try their free Garden Planner software.
“Salad Girl Organic Salad Dressings come in 7 delicious garden inspired flavor combinations. Our dressings are made with fresh, cold ingredients and never, ever cooked.
At Salad Girl, we truly believe in the integrity and the safety of Certified Organic Foods. Salad Girl Organic Salad Dressings are: Gluten Free, Non-GMO, Dairy Free, and Soy Free. Our dressings do not contain Cane Sugar, High Fructose Corn Syrup, or any water, and of course, our dressings are Certified Organic.”
Gloves, socks, scarves and hats made from bison wool. “Have you ever seen a shivering bison? There is a reason for it, the downy undercoat that protects the largest land mammal in the western hemisphere warm and cozy in temperatures down to -40f. Bison fiber is ultra-insulating, wicks moisture away from your skin, and really is soft and amazingly comfortable. our family has been raising bison for almost 30 years, and we are passionate about bringing you the best quality bison products. The last ten years we have been developing a supply chain incorporating small mills, local designers, and large ranches, and along the way, it is our belief that together we can preserve one of America’s great symbols, and help bolster the U.S. economy by focusing on American Made products”
Handknit wool cowl with wooden buttons. They also sell pattern and handmade wooden buttons to make your own.
“Delightfully soft & soothing organic clothing and accessories that promote the health & well-being of those who wear them, those who produce them, and, ultimately, to the well-being of our Mother Earth!” This website imports high quality organic woolens from Europe for babies, children, and adults, made from various varieties of wool. Hats and headwear, long underwear, socks—also clothing and outerwear for babies. Plus blankets and mattress pads.
I was driving around Healdsburg, California looking for a place to park and the only space I could find after 10 minutes of driving was almost right in front of SHED. This is an amazing place dedicated to sustainable agriculture. They have a food shop, a restaurant, and a space for lectures and events. And an incredible kitchwares department. Really unusual things. All natural materials. I was especially impressed with their collection of all natural bristle bottle brushes (a very difficult thing to find nowadays). This is a kitchen store with items chosen with a sustainability viewpoint, by people who know how and love to cook.
The classic 100% wool blanket in many styles and colors. “Today, in a historic mill nestled along the Cannon River in Minnesota, a nearly 150-year-old story is still being woven. The Faribault Woolen Mill endures as one of the last vertical woolen mills in America. Here, fifth generation craftspeople take raw wool and create blankets, throws, scarves and accessories of remarkable comfort and quality. Irreplaceable century-old machinery stands side by side with modern technology in our “new” mill, which was built in 1892.” Be sure to see The Art of Wool.