Follow us through the year as we share what's happening at Gaia Farm.
Green Business PartnershipsContinue
How Our Shipping Boxes Fund Green Initiatives As manufacturers, we receive materials in cardboard boxes just like you. We…
In the Spirit of GivingContinue
Gaia Herbs is a company with a cause. Actually, make that causes. A deep respect for people, plants and…
How Gaia Herbs’ fiber products help to fund vocational training for people with disabilities Gaia Herbs’ work with Transylvania…
GaiaKids® on the FarmContinue
Echinacea, bees & bamboo! Tractor rides, organic snacks & herb games too! A group of our Gaia Kids had…
Biodiesel at Gaia HerbsContinue
Recycled cooking oil helps to power our business It takes power to grow herbs and then manufacture and transport…
Supporting Community HealthContinue
The Gaia Farm Produce Program The Gaia Farm Produce Program delivers fresh organic produce to Bread of Life Center,…
Sustainability Starts at HomeContinue
Visitors to Gaia Farm are often surprised to see that among the fields of herbs, which go in our…
Everything is planted! Gaia’s greenhouses and hoop houses are emptied and all the herbs are thriving in the 250-acres…
Farm Season in Full SwingContinue
The growing season is ramping up here at the Gaia Farm. Of course there’s the usual herb seedling graduation…
A Welcoming of SpringContinue
It’s very exciting; we’re breaking ground for spring here at the Gaia Farm. There’s much to be done in…
A Change of SeasonsContinue
We’re winding down from the height of the growing season here at Gaia Farm. Fall is a good time…
Herbal Leaders Visit Gaia FarmContinue
Ric gave a personal tour to herbal leaders that are teaching at this weekend’s Medicines from the Earth Symposium…
Check out these photos of today’s planting of Valerian! These precious plants have moved from greenhouse to hoop frames…
Cilantro in the FieldContinue
Today is a gorgeous day to be out on the farm. It’s all “farm-hands” on deck as they hand-plant…
Seeding Holy BasilContinue
It’s seeding time in the Gaia Greenhouses. First steps are underway to make our seeds ready for germination. A…
In the Spirit of Giving
December 12th, 2012
Gaia Herbs is a company with a cause. Actually, make that causes. A deep respect for people, plants and the Earth that we all depend on is at the core of our company. Our 250-acre certified organic farm allows us to grow over 90 medicinal herbs without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides or genetically modified seeds. Our organic commitment is in our roots since 1997 and certified by Oregon Tilth, one of the most stringent USDA organic certifiers in the nation.
Our employees are our family and Gaia Herbs is truly an equal opportunity employer; we believe every plant and every person should be allowed to thrive in a healthy environment. During the growing season all employees get a weekly share of fresh organic vegetables from the Gaia Farm. And we just received an industry leader award from the Marketing Association for Rehabilitation Centers for providing employment opportunities to local folks with disabilities. Currently Transylvania Vocational Services blends and packages three Gaia products and provides purchasing, set-up and delivery of our product packaging boxes. Up to 20 ADVP (Adult Development Vocational Program) clients work on Gaia products each day.
Respect for the plants and the people that help make our medicine doesn’t stop at our home in North Carolina. Just down the road, Gaia is working to help protect the Florida Everglades as part of the Glade-iator program and ripples as far as Vanuatu, where we source our ecologically harvested Kava Kava. The islanders are able to build schools and roads, in part, with proceeds from Gaia Herbs.
Some consider these initiatives as giving back… but to Gaia, it’s just the way it should be.