• I Went Organic Because of the Soil: Jack Hedin of Featherstone Farm

    Over 25 years ago Jack Hedin and his wife Jenni McHugh began farming in SE Minnesota. From the start, their mission was to feed people in an environmentally sustainable way.

  • Spreading some sunshine: Twofold Blooms brings fresh flowers to those who need them most

    Marie Schuhwerck hated to see the waste generated by the brief life of beautiful floral arrangements. They had so much beauty still to share; there had to be another option rather than moving them to the trash

  • Little meatballs–big impact: Simek’s is changing the world from the grocery store freezer aisle

    Did you know that every time you purchase a Simek’s product Lindsey Hickey and the rest of the St Paul Park based Simek’s team donates a meal to a Feeding America food bank? What about Simek’s partnership with rePurpose Global to remove an equivalent amount of plastic from the environment as is used in the packaging and shipping of their products?

  • Courage & Clay: Much More Than Earrings

    Meet Brittany of Courage & Clay. This St Louis Park woman-owned business creates earrings that are simple and stylish. Brittany has a sharp eye for design and a desire to create pieces that will inspire the people who wear them.

  • Crunchy Soap and Home: Keeping it Weird, Wild & Wonderful

    Meet Emilee of Starseed Urban Homestead. From her Stillwater kitchen Emilee produces small batch soaps, salves, and creams that are good for you and for the planet.

  • The Hands That Shape: Shaping an Artistic Vision

    Meet Jamie Bowser, a self-taught wood and 3-D paper artist from Faribault, MN. She designs and creates her laser cut designs from her workshop in their historic farmhouse home.