The 7th annual Death Faire will waltz into the world of Earth medicine, elemental-based healing and the wisdom of mind altering plants during times of transition. The general healing powers…
September 18th, 2022    TICKETS!  We will celebrate outside @ The Plant, a 16-acre eco-industrial park of likeminded businesses and surrounded by nature on occupied Tuscarora land. We will host around…
Death Faire is a modern-day ritual for our community. We hold space for people to revisit their grief with intention as we navigate the busy nature of our culture. We…
Abundance NC presents our 14th annual PepperFest!  Sunday, September 19th from 3-6 PM TICKETS HERE We will celebrate outside @ The Plant, a 16-acre eco-industrial park to safely spread out and…

Upcoming workshops + events

Cold-Processed Soap Making

A DIY Sustainability Workshop
with Shaun Hundley •
SEPT. 14, 1 PM – 4:30 PM:

Come join us as we learn the basics of batching the soap as well as a few flourishes like marbling, layering and accent lines….

Cold-Processed Soap Making

A DIY Sustainability Workshop
SEPT. 7, 1 – 4:30 PM:

Soap has been a key element in civilization for over two thousand years. Just think of what your day would be like without soap! And not all soap is made equal. Most soap today is actually detergents, highly processed and dries your skin out…

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A DIY Sustainability Workshop
SEPT. 6, 9 AM – 12 PM:

We’ll go through a crash course detailing what Kombucha is, its history and interesting spread from China to the West, and the health benefits of this “remedy for immortality.” From there, we’ll discuss the ingredients, materials, and process…

Small Scale Biochar: Making it Good for the Earth and Climate

A DIY Sustainability Workshop
SEPT. 13, 1-4 P.M.

Biochar is a great way to add carbon to your soils that will stick around much longer than compost or anything else. It also helps your plants resist dry spells and drought by retaining moisture. And it stimulates the soil food web by giving microbes shelter, and tasty bits for mycorrhizial fungi to eat or share with your plants. In all these ways, it can also help reduce the fertilizer you add to your soils.