Here’s the Sept. 24 update from Natalie:
At last the time has come to open the doors of my shop!!! SMALL TERRAIN will open this coming Saturday, September 29th.
A few helpful details…
Hours of operation: Wednesday – Saturday: 10 – 6 // Sunday: 12 – 5
Address: 278 Haywood Road, West Asheville, NC 28806 (we share a front entrance with Bari Salon)
20/20/20: The first 20 customers to spend more than $20 at the shop will get 20% off their purchase (excludes chicken feed + soil amendments).
Find more details on classes + workshops on the website +/or facebook
10.06 // CANNING with Ashley English
10.14 // FERMENTATION with Marc Williams
10.21 // DAIRY CREATIONS with Lindsay Wilson
ALSO…the shop is also hosting a series of PERMACULTURE DESIGN classes every Thursday evening through the winter, taught by Zev Friedman + Dylan Ryals-Hamilton. Please visit their website for more information > http://www.livingsystemsdesign.net/permaculture-in-action/
Please help spread the word by forwarding this message or suggesting the shop facebook page to those who may be interested. Thank you!!!
Here’s the note from loyal reader Natalie Pollard. The new shop will be located at 278 Haywoood Road, next to Bari Salon:
Please take a moment to check out the business that I am opening on Haywood Road in West Asheville, S M A L L T E R R A I N.
As some of you know, I have been developing this business for a while…and it is finally coming to fruition. Below is a brief description of the business, and you can learn more about it from the wesbsite, blog +/or facebook (see links). Construction is currently under way with an anticipated late August/early September opening date. I will post updates from time to time as things progress, so please ‘like’ us on Facebook if you want to stay in tune.
We offer supplies, resources, workshops + inspiration for a variety of sustainable lifestyle activities such as vegetable gardening, composting, rainwater catchment, chicken keeping, canning + preserving foods, bee keeping, herbal medicine, mushroom cultivation, home dairy and more.
SMALL TERRAIN’s work is dedicated to inspiring and enabling healthy change of our built environment and personal lives, toward a more harmonious, more resilient way of modern living. Our focus is on incremental, small-scale projects in the realms of urban homesteading and sustainable urban design. Books and educational workshops that compliment the store products are also available. As the business develops, services will be added including home design consultation and community urban design services, such as small-scale stormwater mitigation projects and a neighborhood pedestrian friendly streets initiative.
Thanks for your attention. Please help spread the word amongst your communities. Even if you don’t live in Asheville, there may be indirect connections worth fostering.
Congratulations to Nat!
looks super awesome!!!!
This sounds great. Thanks for sharing–I’m really excited about this store!
Great idea! Good luck with the business!
An idea whose time has come – love this and can’t wait to move to Asheville & take advantage of the offerings. Making sweeping changes, although good for the individual and society, can be daunting to implement so this idea should be well received.