SUMMER TRAVELS HAVE BEGUN, and whether you are reveling in the company of family and friends or enjoying the restorative quiet of a solo exploration, our travel kit is an essential companion.
Take our organic lavender products with you on your journey. Our sanitizer spray keeps hands and surfaces free of germs, and the smooth texture and calming mint overtones of our lavender body cream restore and soften skin. Our lavender mist does multiple duty as a facial toner, body spray, room spray or pillow spray. Pack the lavender sachet in your suitcase to refresh your clothes, then tuck it under your pillow, and embrace the calming and comforting scent of lavender as you dream of adventures past and to come.
JOURNEY OF RESTORATION
Where others saw abandoned land and underserved communities, we saw potential.
Lavender is a sturdy and resilient plant that thrives in rocky soil. (In fact, too rich soil and too much water can kill the plants.) The people of Southern West Virginia are likewise resilient. They just need new opportunities, and they need those opportunities to be located close to home.
In Boone County, we found the opportunity to make abandoned coal mine land productive again, and create jobs for local residents. We believe in providing stable, reliable, and rewarding jobs to anyone who wants to learn, regardless of age, education, disability or other barriers to employment. Recognizing the hard work and care needed to make our lavender thrive, we pay above minimum wage.
Our mission is simple: we are building a profitable botanical enterprise that puts West Virginians and reclaimed coal mine land back to work.