LOCATION: west FARGO
OFFERINGS: SOAP, LOTION BARS, LIP PRODUCTS, SCRUBS, OILS, BATH SALTS, BODY BUTTERS, SERUMS
Honey B Soap Company handcrafts all natural body care products using only essential oils and minerals pigments. Many of their products are vegan-friendly and cruelty-free. Their products containing beeswax are locally sourced.
LOCATION: MCINTOSH MN
offerings: soap, bath products, candles
Starting from a former cosmologist, what started as a little hobby soon grew as the demand for these lush scented, creamy soaps and candles. With a small business now running, Howard Soap Company has expanded into new territories experimenting with more products.
OFFERINGS: DOG TREATS
New Breed is a family owned and operated business located in Fargo, ND. They believe in using all natural and environmentally sustainable ingredients. Their dogs mean the world to them. That is why they have taken such lengthy steps to ensure a high quality, handcrafted dog treat that will provide a nutritious snack and protein boost for your pup.
OFFERINGS: TALLOW CREAMS, SHEA-ALOE WHIPPED BODY LOTIONS, LIP BALMS, BODY SCRUBS
Raw Dakota Kitchen offers unique, organic, hand-crafted tallow lotions and other body products. The tallow, which is organic and grass-fed, is rendered low and slow, the “old fashioned way” in small batches, to maintain all of its healing properties. Raw Dakota Kitchen offers facial creams, body lotions scented with organic, therapeutic grade essential oils, lip balms and other new products coming soon!
OFFERINGS: ALPACA YARN, ROVING, FIBER PRODUCTS AND FINISHED GOODS
Ten Seven Acres is an alpaca ranch and small farm focusing on natural free-range poultry, eggs, and fiber products. They are also home to an ever-growing alpaca herd, home to TKAF Peruvian Einstein, a national champion alpaca herdsire. They have raw and spun alpaca fiber available in several colors and weights.
offerings: hand-painted pots, plant hangers, House plants
Since moving from the Twin Cities to Fargo, Jackie Maahs has really enjoyed the culture, however, the weather can make it difficult to experience nature. Having grown up enjoying the outdoors and working with plants, she now has a full time career in sustainability to help bring a love of nature and the environment to college students. “I’ve always used greenery as a way to build happiness, life and beauty into my own home year round, and the difference has been huge for making the Midwest climate livable.”