Small Business Spotlight: Environment, Farming & Sustainability

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Dickinson launched its Small-Business Directory in 2020 as a way to celebrate, share and support alumni-owned enterprises. Businesses are submitted by alumni and organized by category. Here are a few from the environment, farming and sustainability category.

  • Greatfull Goods (Faith Sams ’04; Harrisonburg, Va.) A sustainable lifestyle shop that offers zero-waste substitutes and refills of products for home and body.
  • J.H. Appleseed (Haley Salmon ’21; Phillipsburg, N.J.) An online marketplace providing a wide variety of low-cost yet reliable and truly eco-friendly goods to encourage minimum-waste lifestyles and leave a positive mark on the planet.
  • Lost & Found Farm (Lauren Bruns ’13; Gray, Maine) Organic wild blueberry and cut-flower farm.
  • Sand Hill Berries (Susan Miller-Lynn ’71; Mount Pleasant, Pa.) A family-owned small fruit farm that includes a farm store and outdoor café.
  • Shelterwood Forest Farm (Max Paschall ’11; Pa.) A plant nursery and farm providing plants, seeds and resources to help gardeners, farmers and foresters increase climate resiliency in the Northeast.
  • Whaleback Nursery (Max Rubinstein ’16; Limington, Maine) A small permaculture nursery offering native trees, shrubs and wildflowers with a focus on edible species.

View the full directory, and email to submit your business for inclusion.

Read more from the summer 2022 issue of Dickinson Magazine.


Published August 15, 2022