Below is an explanation of benefits of being a Business Member or Community Supporter of Humboldt Made. We are offering a $250 special membership price for those who sign up before April 1, 2014. This is an annual fee and on April 2, 2014, the cost of basic membership will be $500. Please call, 707-388-3010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask questions and learn more about member benefits.
Steps to becoming a business member of Humboldt Made, here.
“It’s not just about using organic, it’s about using the best organic and high quality products we can find to make our ice cream”, said Garrett to me while he whisked together chocolate with a big smile on his face. With this passion and care, Arcata Scoop creates each batch of their unique and delicious ice cream.
The morning started updating the ‘Today’s Flavors’ board (which you can follow daily on twitter), followed by a visit to DeepSeeded Farm for some fresh strawberries. Back in the shop it was time to smash some berries and make the next batch of ice cream before it was time to finish cleaning and get everything ready before opening the doors.
Craving some Honey Vanilla Lavender? Grasshopper? Maple Cinnamon, maybe? Step in to Scoop for a truly delightful ice cream experience.
Welcome to “A day in the life...of Arcata Scoop”- Click 'Read more' to see the full gallery.
Simmons Natural Bodycare, located in the coastal mountains of eastern Humboldt County, is a company based on a need and a philosophy. In a very unconventional business model, our business is very deeply part of our lifestyle – the money making end of a self-sufficient homestead.
We believe, practice, and promote a philosophy of sustainability. This encompasses the use of renewable energy sources and ingredients to create our products, and doing it in a way which does not degrade the environment or cause harm to us and its other inhabitants. It is not so much the idea of 'doing the right thing', but simply that it is the right thing to do.
Humboldt Bay Coffee Company moves on to next round of Mission Main Street
by Luis F. Molina
A little over a month ago, Humboldt Bay Coffee Company heard a whisper of a chance that it possibly could qualify for a Chase Mission Main Street Grant worth $250,000. It wouldn't be easy. There was a lot of hard work ahead, but the reward was too pass it up.
"I didn't know anything about it, but we had nothing to lose. There was no cost and the reward was too great," Luci Ramirez, co-owner of Humboldt Bay Coffee Company. "If we don't get it, we lose nothing. We will continue to provide the same delicious coffee."
You may have heard of Humboldt Fog--it's a cheese, not the weather report. Every week I cut rounds of Cypress Grove's flagship offering as I wheel & deal a world of cheese. There is a buzz spreading about Humboldt Fog. It is a cheese that lends itself to legend and this is the cheesy tale of how it brought me full chevre-wheel.
The timber industry is experiencing what you might call a rebirth – and here in Humboldt we’re right in the middle of it. Successful companies are working to meet the needs of environmentally conscious consumers.