Good Things from the Earth

Or as Aaron says “all good things come from the earth.”

After years of teaching an herb class at the farm at other venues, Randi wanted an outlet for botanicals and other farm products. We began with a once a month market offering baked goods and crafts alongside our farm grown syrups and botanicals. In 2020 COVID changed everything for all the markets. 

We now proudly offer all of our products at the Silverton Farmers Market usually on the second Saturdays and home delivery. Eggs, freshly baked goods, fruit based sipping vinegars and other preserves, small batch botanicals, tea blends and other farm crafts and treats showcase what's great about a small diversified farm. Visit often to find our next project.  

The center of all these activities is the sweet little farm cottage that was the original home on the property. 

Get in touch!

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Elder Spirit Herbals
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Connecting People and Plants since 1994
Bringing you many ways to connect to the healing and wholing offered by the living world around us.  

 

Randi's project that started as a way to discover the uses of medicinal plants on the farm.

Now offering Community Supported Herbalism shares to pick up at the Farmers Market or another location. More to come!

 

Schedule a consultation, a plant i.d. walk, pick up a seasonal tea or treat or just stop by to chat.

 

You can find our herbal products, artisan baked goods, fine fleeces,

felted projects, herb plants and other farm goods under The Cottage Kitchen banner at Silverton Farmers Market almost usually on the second Saturday of the month. We're also at events like Homer Davenport Days and Salem Community Holiday Market. Check Randi Embree, Herbalist or The Cottage Kitchen FB page to find out where we'll be. 

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Herbal Basics class is returning one Sunday a month starting in September at the lovely Geercrest Farm. Such good news! Find the schedule here.