Look For Our Soap Products at these Retail Locations:
In southern Oregon:
Ashland Food Cooperative
237 N. First Street, Ashland, Oregon 97520
Ph. (541) 482 - 2237
Store Hours: Monday — Saturday 8 am - 9 pm, Sunday 9 am
- 9 pm
The Co-op, Ashland's community-owned and based natural foods
store since 1972, carries our most complete line of soaps, plus
a great selection of other locally produced foods and an extensive
inventory of other organic and natural foods and wares. The
Co-op has grown and expanded several times over the years, and
now offers a large full-service deli with indoor seating in
its front space.
Check out the Co-op's latest newsletter and find out about becoming
a member through the website. For information on our soap supply
and other natural body care products, contact Diane in the Co-op's
Body Care department.
In central Oregon:
924 NW Brooks St.
Bend, OR 97701
(between the breezeway and the Pine Tavern)
Cowgirl Cash is "a Western Vintage Boutique serving
the Central Oregon areas of Bend, Redmond, La Pine, and Sisters."
Cowgirl Cash has an amazing collection of Western Vintage
clothing, boots, belts, and other eclectic Americana, including
a selection of our soaps. If you're searching for Western
Vintage-type items or have such items of your own to sell,
contact the owner, Rebecca, by phone or through her websites
In northern California:
Grocery and Cafe
305 So. Mt. Shasta Blvd.
Mount Shasta, Ca. 96067
Ph. (530) 926-1576
Berryvale carries a small
but eclectic selection of our soaps, usually including Patchouli,
Geranium, Lavender, and others. Talk to Heidi in the Body
Care section for any special requests.
In Washington state:
Mazama Country Inn - Gift
15 Country Road
Mazama, WA 98833
Ph: (509) 996-2681 or Toll free: 800-843-7951
Located in the scenic Methow Valley in the north-central part
of Washington state.
Curiously and coincidentally, one of the Inn owners tells
us that "Mazama ... means goat in Spanish - the story
is that long ago, some folks wanted to name our area of the
Methow Valley after a goat, and they thought that Mazama was
“goat” in Greek - but they made a mistake. And
the name stuck anyway!" Also coincidentally, and without
knowing the above, we named one of our buck goats (a pure
Toggenberg) "Mt. Mazama," after the original volcanic
mountain of the same name, before it blew up and imploded,
forming its present-day geologic state, known now as Crater
The Mazama Country Inn is an 18-room resort and has a small
gift shop featuring items produced in the Pacific Northwest.
We are very pleased to have our soaps included amongst the
offerings there. You can learn more about the Inn online at
(Click on "Directions" for a nice clear map, as
well as some very interesting background and history of the
If you can't
find the particular fragrance of our soap that you're looking
for in the above-listed locations, please let us know. And if
there is a store near you that doesn't carry our soap, but it
seems like a possibility and you would like to see it available
there, please tell us about it.
You're always welcome to contact us
with any requests, suggestions, and information - we appreciate
And of course,
if none of the above locations are conveniently close to you,
(and even if they are), you
can always order directly from us!