TheFarmetteProject

One farm's giving project powered by craft

Corvallis, Oregon

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Announcement    Welcome! This pop up shop closes for the season on 12/15 and will reopen in Jan 2021. You've found the place to buy Daisycakes Soap! https://www.etsy.com/shop/daisycakessoap/?ref=storque (Etsy Featured Seller https://blog.etsy.com/en/featured-seller-daisycakessoap/)

This shop sells fresh handmade soap as a fundraiser for the Farmette Project (please read our "About" section)! We have fresh, handmade soap in 18 varieties available for sale to raise the funds to operate in 2021. That means 100% of your purchase (after costs) goes to combating food insecurity by keeping this work in motion. Supply will be limited & seasonal! Thank you for visiting!

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Last updated on Dec 10, 2020

Welcome! This pop up shop closes for the season on 12/15 and will reopen in Jan 2021. You've found the place to buy Daisycakes Soap! https://www.etsy.com/shop/daisycakessoap/?ref=storque (Etsy Featured Seller https://blog.etsy.com/en/featured-seller-daisycakessoap/)

This shop sells fresh handmade soap as a fundraiser for the Farmette Project (please read our "About" section)! We have fresh, handmade soap in 18 varieties available for sale to raise the funds to operate in 2021. That means 100% of your purchase (after costs) goes to combating food insecurity by keeping this work in motion. Supply will be limited & seasonal! Thank you for visiting!

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About TheFarmetteProject

Sales 38
On Etsy since 2020

One farm's giving project powered by craft

In 2018, my family bought an acre of land in Corvallis, Oregon. It was once part of a larger farm that was divided into smaller plots, and our piece had been converted into a sea of green lawn. We’re taking that lawn up one broadfork at a time and growing food again--agriculture & permaculture. We are reducing our dependence on commercial food and are committed to impacting Oregon food deserts.

This season we grew and transported 900 lbs of fresh, organic produce to local people in need and to Native American communities. We asked other growers in the Willamette Valley to join us, and we were then able to transport an additional 800 lbs of community-grown food! This year, we're adding crafting--20 years of soap making/selling know-how-- to make the project fully sustainable! We'll have boxes of fresh, handmade soap in 16 varieties available for sale to raise the funds to operate this upcoming year. 100% of the funds (after fees) raised goes towards combating food insecurity and keeping this work in motion!

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  • Jean-Marie

    Owner

    Jean-Marie has degrees from BU and Tulane in photojournalism & social work. She's grown food and made soap for over 20 years (daisycakessoap.etsy.com). Together with her husband, she's parenting 3 young people and a shrinking pack of greyhounds:)

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