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Congratulations to Our 2015 Asheville Participants!
Farmer-Baker-Sausage Maker is a company that seeks to energize the local economy by returning to foods crafted by hand. Their restaurant, Harvest Moon Grille, nourishes its patrons and the local economy by sourcing its ingredients from small scale farms within 100 miles. http://www.harvestmoongrille.com
Green River Picklers strives to produce the highest quality pickled vegetables using the simplest and most sustainable means. Locally sourced, consciously produced, and hand packed in small batches, Green River Picklers aims to pay tribute to our southern heritage by continuing family traditions & preserving local food, while continuously fostering growth in our community. www.grpicklers.com
GrowJourney is a seeds of the month club specializing in certified organic heirloom seeds. We make organic gardening simple for members across the United States and Canada. https://www.growjourney.com
River Island Apothecary is a product line of all-botanical perfume and skin care designed and produced in thoughtful batches by Katie Vie. http://www.katievie.com/
Smiling Hara Tempeh is the only company offering soy-free tempeh on the market today. Their latest product, Hempeh, was developed with hemp seeds from our friends at Growing Warriors. Over consumption of processed soy in the vegan/vegetarian populations is causing health issues, and consumers are looking to companies like Smiling Hara to offer nutrient dense, high quality plant-based protein. http://www.smilingharatempeh.com/
The Underdog Crew is a Hip Hop toy and game that promotes the ultimate positivity. These figurines are the next “little green army men,” only these warriors do not carry weapons. They dance! They have no particular nationality, nor are they gender specific. They can be imagined to be anyone from anywhere. These toys are tokens, or symbols, of all things good and possible. Everything that you believe to be good, everything that you believe to be possible – so do they! The toys are functional, and players can battle one another in a game of skill. Players are also challenged by the question, “How many ways can you play?” Players are welcomed to create their own rules and games, customize their figures, and to imagine a better world for us all. Do you care to play? Contact Joseph Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org