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How we hope to grow...


Update October 16, 2023:

Whew its been a whirlwind two years!  Thank you to everyone who has supported us.  We love our community!  This year we added feed from Coker Feed Mill, which was a great expansion to our already awesome variety of local products.  Other notable additions this year include Rebel Bones, Gaia Herbs, Naturally My Sisters' Keeper, a handful of homesteads to provide us with eggs, Catholic Coffee, Bald Head Coffee Co. and Old Town Soap Co.  The plan is still to end small engine repair.  We will finish repairing the items we have, and continue to carry parts (and we can special order too!).  Thank you all for your continued support.  Customer referrals mean the world to us!       

Update November 4, 2022:

It has been an amazing first year.  The outpouring of support we've received from the community has been amazing.  Customers have become great friends.  We've met several absolutely amazing local farmers and even more NC artisans. A few months ago we even purchased our building!  We plan to be here a long time.

Our food selection has expanded from shelf stable staples to fresh duck and chicken eggs, local pasture raised pork and poultry, and a variety of seasonal produce.  

Oh, honey!  With three local apiaries (in addition to our own), a few producers in Western NC and the local gem that is ENC Honey, we have an amazing, expanded selection of honey, creamed honey, pollen, and comb honey.

Thanks to Big Honken Farm we were able to offer a variety of seedlings last spring.  They were a hit!

Unfortunately we have really cut back on the small engine repair.  This may change in the future, but for now we are unable to take in equipment for repair.

Thank you all for your support and we hope you'll continue to grow with us!


Sept 24, 2021

We are starting modestly with great plans for the future!  Our biggest focus prior to opening was small engine repair.  Why?  Hurricane season is upon us!  Our priority is to take care of our customers.  Making sure that everyone can have a working generator and a chainsaw to handle whatever comes is very important this time of year!  Aside from small engine repair and products we have focused heavily upon southern food staples.  

Areas that we hope to grow:

  • Expanded seed varieties
  • Organic soil, amendments and fertilizer solutions
  • Expanded local honey options
  • Chicken, duck, rabbit and other small animal products
  • High quality cat and dog food.  We already have a great variety of treats!
  • Yard and home treatments that are not dangerous to pets nor pollinators
  • Apiary products and mentorship
  • Organic nutritional supplements
  • Expanded varieties of soaps, candles and personal care items
  • Long term preparation items

We appreciate your support and if there is something you would like for us to carry, don't hesitate to contact us.  We will do our best to accommodate everyone's needs.