I make home made, farm style, old fashioned pies. I use fruit from our farm, Prairie Home Farm when available and then local fruit often from other market vendors. I sell 9″, 5″ and occasionally 3″ pies.
Home made, farm style, old fashioned pies. Fruit is from our farm, Prairie Home Farm when available and then local fruit often from other market vendors. I sell 9″, 5″ and occasionally 3″ pies.
Living Earth Naturals uses only organic and sustainably harvested oils to make our nourishing body care products. Our oils are infuse with a variety of herbs for the added beneficial properties provided by the plants, and personally grow the majority of the herbs we use—those that aren’t grown by us are wildcrafted from our local region.
After infusing the oils for a minimum of one month, we strain the plant matter and make the various body care products using only natural or naturally derived additives such as essential oils, herbs, clays and beeswax. Our products are popular with individuals with allergies and sensitivities, as well as people concerned with their environmental footprint. Learn more about our products and ingredients at LivingEarthNaturals.com
Organic and sustainable body products made from locally sourced and wildcrafted ingredients. Body soaps and lotions, shampoos, salves, powders, mouthwash, tooth powders, lip balms, shaving soaps, beard oil, bath bomb and more.
Also known as The Idaho Tomato Lady, I have been a member of the market since 1994. At my new location in Pinehurst, I will be concentrating on edible plants–tomatoes, peppers, veggie starts, strawberry and cane berry plants, blueberries and herbs. I also grow lavender, pansies and nasturtiums–edible flowers! I also make low sugar jams from my own berries and yummy organic fruit from Cliffside Orchards. As a long term Board of Directors member, I have had the pleasure of helping our market grow and thrive.
Edible plants–tomatoes, peppers, veggie starts, strawberry and cane berry plants, blueberries and herbs. Also edible flowers –lavender, pansies and nasturtiums. Low sugar jams from organic fruits and berries.