Green building on the corner of SE 26th, two blocks south of Holgate (more signage in the works). Very centrally located. On a bike route, much cuteness is occurring...
Hours for 2615 SE Schiller St:
Open 10 - 6 (Closed Mondays)
We are back to 10 - 6pm for spring & summer and hopefully Tuesdays for good.
View Larger Map* Link to us on Google Maps here. Street view is of the old tenant, a cabinet shop, until they take photos again. Neville's is now Naomi's, bawc bawc!
If you need goods at other times either earlier or later, just email
What are we up to personally? Monday is our rest day, sacred in the busy season for goat hikes and getting our paws in the dirt with our plants, mmm...! Carissa also tutors and farms, Chris does garden design and farms, Adam has fun on Monday and volunteers on Tuesdays with a local farm and Mary / Mamo (theoretically retired..) gardens and hikes with Naomi Mondays, and works part-time during the week as a very important Office Elf. At least two of us are in the office each day and may shout out of the window if we see you... beware! ; ) For over two years the N's did not take a regular (or sometimes any... ahem) day off..... and with (strong) encouragement from friends, we are all aiming for more balance and happiness this year.
What else is going on? There are many projects we have up our sleeves to make this shop a special place for you for decades to come, including researching and ordering new products. Planning lots of fun workshops for 2013. We re-did our chick brooder boxes, re-crafted our seed wall into a more spacious rolling rack, expanded our tool wall, made a new fencing / coop bldg supply area, re-worked other shelving, moved our book wall back three feet and expanded it. Neil made us the window wall in the shop with the doors from our old site to make it nice and bright in the winter. He and Chris also built new plant tables in the plant corral. Soon we'll be back to potting up and tending our additional nursery plants at a private .4 acre space a few miles from the shop - with long term plans to certify ourselves as organic nursery growers of our favorite fruit trees and shrubs, flowers, herbs and natives for pollinators and your enjoyment + our seed garlic and flower bulb stock. Last summer we finished the fencing and (in spring / summer) shade cloth up at our Schiller St. shop, too, designed and built by Neil with help from David Dang and his Structure Landscapes NW crew. We have more painting, signage, flower plans and other neat exterior projects up our sleeves. Neil and Chris created a new winter / early spring day area for our goats, Oona and Binga, who come and hang out at the shop with us most Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sundays... and ride or run home with Naomi.. woo hoo!!
And otherwise, one, two or three of us are often up in the office, answering your lovely emails and calls, bookkeeping, purchasing, receiving, updating this site and fb page, creating ads and graphics, working with non-profits on donations and events, working on farm orders, filling gardener pre-orders, picking up goods, building and delivering orders or in the warehouse bagging, stocking, organizing and cleanin'.
If you are a farmer or landscaper wanting to order in advance, are traveling a distance and would like to order ahead or a gardener, animal tender / other neat person interested in pre-ordering, getting product info, etc.:
1) by Email email@example.com
2) by Phone (503) 517-8551 or Fax (503) 546-9755
3) in Person at our store, 2615 SE Schiller St.
* PRODUCT LIST * click here for PDF and Email or Call for Current Pricing - we are working on a big update to our product list and apologize that the 'Scribd' site is more challenging, we will find a new way to post when our new list is ready.
DELIVERIES primarily for wholesale customers, larger farm orders or group / neighbor orders, email for details.
*Thank you for all of your support, love and communications with the rubber dinosaur. Sharing that piece of land was not meant to be, better things to come! Read more in posts on our blog from July, 2011.
Ahh excuse me, there is some feather flapping - the hens would like to point out that they are the closest living relatives of Tyrannosaurus Rex, a very different dinosaur.