Lark & Larder’s COVID-19 Response

At Lark & Larder we are concerned about the health and well-being of our local community, customers, vendors and staff and have implemented operational changes in order to be better prepared for Coronavirus (COVID-19). Please note that all changes are temporary and subject to change at any time. We will continue to stay up-to-date withContinue reading “Lark & Larder’s COVID-19 Response”

Maker Monday ~ Grey Jays

Grey Jays is a local business making jewelry with reclaimed and ethically-sourced materials, operated by Lindsey Antram and Mike Lambuth. What inspired you to start Grey Jays?  How long have you been in business? Grey jays started as a hobby between myself and a dear friend while we lived and worked on San Juan Island, WashingtonContinue reading “Maker Monday ~ Grey Jays”

Maker Monday ~ Flynn Day Pottery

When we opened Lark & Larder, a local marketplace for farmers and producers, artists and makers, the first artists we approached was Flynn Day Pottery! We were so impressed with the beauty, quality and whimsical nature of their pottery. Here we dive deeper into this creative duo: How and when did you start Flynn DayContinue reading “Maker Monday ~ Flynn Day Pottery”

Farmer Friday ~ Malheur River Meats

Food Miles: 73 Location: Vale, Oregon Rob and Michelle Stokes live with their daughters on a 265-acre ranch in Vale, where they raise grass-fed beef and goat, and pastured-raised hogs, chickens and turkeys. They started Malheur River Meats just short of 10 years ago to market the products grown on their ranch. They believe delicious meatContinue reading “Farmer Friday ~ Malheur River Meats”

Maker Monday ~ Angora Amore

Carol of Angora Amore knits a beautiful collection of hats, mittens, and scarves, often using hand-spun yarn from her herd of angora rabbits! This local fiber is decadent and warm, and perfect for our chilly Idaho winters! How did you get started raising angora rabbits?I have been a passionate (some say “compulsive”) knitter for years,Continue reading “Maker Monday ~ Angora Amore”

Farmer Friday ~ Purple Sage Farms

Food Miles: 28 Location: Middleton, IdahoFor nearly 30 years, Purple Sage Farms has specialized in growing a wide range of organic herbs, greens and vegetables. They raise over 250 varieties of crops, and nutrients are high and flavors are prominent. They are thoughtfully grown and proudly certified organic on the family farm in Middleton, Idaho.Continue reading “Farmer Friday ~ Purple Sage Farms”

Maker Monday ~ Better Man Beard

We debut our Maker Monday with a profile on Better Man Beard. Better Man Beard produces all-natural beard care products for grooming and managing, producing a fuller, softer, healthier beard. We had a chance to talk with Justin Thomas, owner of Better Man Beard. Justin, where do you base your business, and what inspired youContinue reading “Maker Monday ~ Better Man Beard”