Recommended Sustainable Living Resources by Stone & Spade

Stone & Spade | Friends & Resources for Sustainable Living

Here we offer some links to resources we recommend for sustainable living, as well as friends and business colleagues who support sustainable living. Just as all the other organisms in our natural environment, we all thrive when we work together across the web to support those who support us.

It is our hope that you find these links helpful in your path toward sustainable living.

~Stone & Spade, LLC

Living Web Farms - We work closely with Living Web Farms, implementing permaculture systems into their working demonstration farm. Living Web Farms is an education and research organic farm located in Mills River, NC. Living Web has over 35 acres, four greenhouses, alternative energy innovation, pastured livestock, forest crops, and diverse vegetable production. Check their schedule of workshops for sustainable living courses, including some offered by Stone and Spade.

Asheville Business Arts - Brooke of Asheville Business Arts created our website, provided custom designed artwork and advised us on branding. She is committed to sustainable living in harmony with all life forms, and the success of local businesses and conscious organizations.  She specializes in sustainable agriculture, arts, socio-economic equality and guerrilla marketing for entrepreneurs.

Permaculture Resources and Gardening Supplies

Sow True Seeds - Asheville, NC source for heirloom and organic seeds. They sell through their Asheville storefront, online, and by catalog.


Fifth Season - Asheville permaculture and organic gardening supply store.


Turtle Tree Seed - Online on-profit seed company that sells 100% open-pollinated seeds, grown using biodynamic and organic practices. All seeds are non-gmo, non-hybrid, and chemical-free.


Strictly Medicinal Seeds - Online family-owned and operated source for rare and unusual medicinal seeds.


Villagers - Small community-centered business focused on urban homestead supplies and classes in Asheville, North Carolina.