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HUMBOLDT MADE GROWS THE LOCAL ECONOMY BY HELPING OUR MEMBER COMPANIES THRIVE IN MARKETS BEYOND THE REDWOOD CURTAIN.
We are dedicated to promoting all of the things that make Humboldt County great: our laid-back lifestyle, our breathtaking rural beauty, and the well-made artisan products crafted by local entrepreneurs. We feel blessed to live in such a unique and beautiful place with so much to offer. Whether you're one of our neighbors or from far away, welcome! And don't worry, we've made enough to share...
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If you have a business or business plan that is ready to launch, this is the workshop for you.
Celebrate all of the moms in your life with this wonderful Humboldt Made gift box!
Join Eureka Natural Foods at their 33rd Annual Earth Day event! There will be more than 50 vendors attending, including many Humboldt Made Members. There will be a Humboldt Made Beer Garden, free music, a raffle, and more!
Humboldt Made took 15 members to Anaheim for the largest natural food and product expo in the world! Check out some member testimonials, and see some photos of the event.
We here at Humboldt Made are so excited to announce our new collaboration with Eureka Natural Foods! With locations in both Eureka and McKinleyville, Eureka Natural Foods is quickly becoming the primary grocery store for many of us in Humboldt. Through this collaboration, we hope to expand the reach of our member's brands and to show that Humboldt Made is synonymous with quality. Following is a warm welcome from Eureka Natural Food's marketing director Tyson Ritter.
Humboldt Made and the Clarke Museum are excited to announce the Grand Opening of our new Visitor Center on October 14 from 1 to 6 in Clarke Plaza! Here is a quick look at what we are up to.
Today we're catching up with Wrangletown owner Pat Knittel. Wrangletown opened 2 years ago in the up-and-coming Creamery District in Arcata. The facility houses their production and a tasting room where they regularly have live music. They are located at 1350 9th St, Arcata and they are open Friday 3–8PM, Saturday 1–8PM, and Sunday 12–5PM.
"We seem to always be grasping for ways to hold on when we really should be letting go. These beads seems to bridge the two. Hanging close to one’s heart so we can continue to move about our lives untethered to our grief, but instead accompanied by it, like an old friend or a true love, holding our hand through infinity.”"
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