An Awesome Day At POME Lounge Artisan Market Yesterday!! Thanks For Visiting Our Booth

POME stands for “Products Of My Environment” and the name stems from the vision of a few folks to curate local/regional arts displaying their individuality & uniqueness throughout the Knoxville & Smoky Mountain region. With this POME Lounge was formed.

We at ReWild Co. had our first market event of the season and we were so happy to be in attendance. It was not only ReWild Co.s’ first market but the first market run by the new POME Lounge. It was a smashing success and we definitely plan on attending again in the future. We will keep you posted on the schedule.

Just A Few Of The Wonderful Artists Present

For the market we carried many of our salves, body butters and balms, along with our bath salts, organic goats milk soaps and our hand crafted eco-dyed nature prints.

We sold out of our new Better Than Duck Tape Salve™ which is made of Anise Hyssop, Marigold and Bee Balm. It is, like all our other products, sourced from our organic family farm HiBar Ranch here in the Tennessee mountains. it soothes and heals rashes, promotes scar healing, provides relief from bug bites, relief from cuts, scrapes and burns, stops bleeding, soothes and heals poison ivy, promotes wound healing, inhibits microorganism growth, receives bee stings, anti-bacterial, helps arthritic joint pain and swelling, and is great for sunburn relief.

We will be making more of this salve and will then have it at our online store.

We sold a great deal of the entire wellness product line and also the eco-dyed nature prints.

Many of our ReWild Tribe don’t know this yet – but there will be another ReWilder™ coming into being very soon. I am pregnant and my partner and I will be bringing a child into this great and marvelous world August 1st. This is why I have been blogging less than usual as we prepare for a little one while we simultaneously launch this company. So, thanks for all the support ReWild Tribe™! We value you.

Here are a few pictures of the great event yesterday so you can come along for our journey.

Published by HiBar Ranch, Farm & Forest

We run an organic farm in the Smoky Mountains of East TN. Our ancestors who first settled this region and were some of the first settlers of TN in the mid 1700s. We blog about farm life, off the grid, self sustainability and fiber arts/craftsmanship and lots and lots on growing your own food and building a self sufficient farm.

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