In a mainstream so disconnected from our food, our sense of place, our heritage, we have chosen to prioritize being plugged in to the source of our beneficial plant allies...and those who seed, water, tend, and pick them.

Roots like dandelion, burdock, and yellow dock are best dug in the late fall, early winter, or early spring when above-ground parts are more dormant. Leaves and blossoms are best picked in spring and summer when at their most vibrant. 

Bringing Back the Ancient Ways

Our growers and wildcrafters are the heart of our small operation. They hold ancient wisdom - like the harvest tidbit above - and base their harvests on the cycles of the moon and the optimal time for each plant to be picked and hand delivered to us in peak condition.

We have abundant gratitude and awe for our in-house growers and wildcrafters as well as our trusted allies below:

Our Friendly Allies

High Rock Farms

Maple Spring Gardens

Gentle Harmony Farm

Moonbranch Botanicals

High Rock Herbs

Kestrel Herb Farm

Three Rock Farm

Appalachian Sustainable Development

Bear Alchemy

Fiddler's Green

Jah Works


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Meet Our Growers and Wildcrafters
Meet Our Growers and Wildcrafters