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Friend's Sharing our Sustainable Business Values
My good friend Megan's organic, handcrafted herbal tea company and fellow 1% for the Planet member.
This is a truly inspiring and beautiful blog by my good friend Doug McFalls. Follow his exploration of the Smokies - his daily photos are breathtaking.
The eco-friendly labels on the front of our bags are printed by this fellow 1% for the Planet member.
Join my friends Dan and Lisa in their experiment to spend a year free from chains stores. Over the past few generations, chain stores have become ubiquitous in our society. A lot of people yearn for the "good ol' days" before the chains when everyone bought from local stores and their money continued to circulate within their communities.
Enjoy a day of fly fishing in one of the most unique and majestic mountain settings in the world. Smoky Mountain Troutfitters is a full service, licensed and insured fly fishing guide service.
David's interest in clay started at the University of Montevallo ~ 20 years later, his hobby turned into a full-time vocation. David's work is primarily traditional, functional, folk pottery reminiscent of the 1800s.
Farmers Markets in the Region:
70 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville
Held Sunday's 9am - 1pm
Offering a wide variety of organically grown vegetables, fruits, plant starts, hanging baskets, fresh cut flowers, fresh bakec breads, and other seasonal treats from regional, organic, and sustainable farms
East 30th Street in Chattanooga
A non-profit urban farm providing educational programs and growing big beautiful gardens of fresh produce all season, their produce is available via their CSA or at their Farmers Stand.
The farm-stand is open April 20 - November. April through August it's open Tuesday through Saturday from 9am until 1pm and Sept through Nov Friday & Saturday 9am til 1pm.
Located in dynamic Southside
on Main Street between Market and Broad ~ at the corner of Main & Williams across from Hiroshi's.
Held every Wednesday during the season, 4pm until 7pm. Young farmers, many focused on organic growing, from the surrounding countryside (and some urban farmers) gather to offer their fresh produce.
Saturday's 8:30am to 11:30am Alamo Parking Lot
A dream and a vision to provide Gatlinburg residents & visitors with fresh, local produce while supporting and stimulating the local food economy.
Blue Smoke Coffee Roasting Co.
St. Elmo & Great Smoky Mountains
PO Box 684 ~ Great Smoky Mountains, TN 37738