NoHarmInFarmin

Hand made wooden, sewn, sculpted, hand forged items.

Wilmington, North Carolina | 1002 Sales

NoHarmInFarmin

Hand made wooden, sewn, sculpted, hand forged items.

Wilmington, North Carolina 1002 Sales On Etsy since 2015

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Announcement   We will be at Taylor's Blueberry farm in Leland NC on November 10....we will have all of our wonderful items AND will be blacksmithing live on site!! Come out for the fun!

Announcement

Last updated on Oct 24, 2018

We will be at Taylor's Blueberry farm in Leland NC on November 10....we will have all of our wonderful items AND will be blacksmithing live on site!! Come out for the fun!

Chad and Maria Hollar

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Chad and Maria Hollar

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That's what my Bowie would have looked like if I made to round two of Forged In Fire. This particular one may be for sale soon.
Homade told convesion. I now have a belt grinder attachment for the wood lathe!
Homade told convesion. I now have a belt grinder attachment for the wood lathe!
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About

Learning the art of "JUST BE"...and giving back to the world.

We learned that the most important thing in life is to "JUST BE". We currently live in a mid-sized coastal town in a rental house. We have a small 40 square foot garden. As we "farmed" our garden we began to realize that with our own fresh food we began to really feel better. We felt more energetic, and less stressed with life. This was the beginning of "JUST BE".

We eventually came up with a plan to scrimp and save to buy our own farm. On this homestead farm that we hope to purchase soon, we want to be completely self sufficient and have the smallest carbon foot print possible. We also realized how much extra food we produced from our little garden plot. We hope to farm several acres on the new farm and donate all of the extra produce to food banks and homeless shelters.
This idea came to us because of our current jobs. We both see people that need help everyday. Those people don't always get the help they need.

Maria currently works with children with disabilities both in the schools and in their homes. Chad works with local county government. We began to realize that the children could use more nutritious food to give them a better shot at over-coming their mental and physical disabilities. We also realized that if people in general could provide more nutritious food for their families it would help to relieve stress from them, hence, less violence and crime in the home.
We don't have a bit of scientific data to back up this theory, nor do we believe this is the problem solver of problem solvers...but, could it hurt for more people to eat a little healthier? Could it hurt to help provide this for others that cannot afford to purchase it?

So, we want to farm, and of course run our shop to provide products that are beautiful and handmade to anyone in the world.
Each Item we make is hand crafted with love for the piece, for the materials, and for the potential new owners. We hope that you enjoy these items as much as we do

Shop members

  • Chad and Maria Hollar

    Owner

    Chad and Maria are an outdoors type of couple. Who enjoy creating beauty where ever they can.

  • Maria Carpenter

    Owner, Designer, Creator

    From finger painting at five to now making jewelry and sewing, I have always loved to be creative. I often find inspiration in nature. When I am not making things you will find me there.

  • Chad Hollar

    Owner, Customer Service, Designer

    I grew up spending a lot of time in the woods. As an only child I had a lot of time to come up with ideas and projects. Now I can combine them both with ideas and projects from wood.

  • Fletcher

    Shop Manager, Security, CEO Of Schmoop

    Fletcher enjoys keeping No Harm In Farmin secure from unauthorized visitors (squirrels). He also makes certain that no wood scraps go to waste.

  • Snarf

    Office Support, Inventory/ Loss Prevention

    Snarf really enjoys assisting in the office. She can't help coming to the rescue at the sound of a mouse click to help the No Harm In Farmin team.

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