It has been a year and a half since the debut of successful blog and workshop series, Women’s Heritage. Founders Ashley Moore, Lauren Malloy and Emma Moore created this community to share their knowledge and skills with other women. Women’s Heritage helps bring elements of the homestead to everyday life, and now they are opening a brick and mortar shop! Heritage Goods & Supply (5100 Carpinteria Ave.) is a curated country store located in downtown Carpinteria.
After receiving such a positive response from the Santa Barbara community, including consistently selling out of tickets for their workshops, the women behind this unique business felt the need for a lifestyle store that provides people with the goods they need to get set up for various homestead practices. The possibilities are endless and include beekeeping, raising backyard chickens, pickling vegetables, making herbal remedies, wood carving and much more. The store space is also designed to host a range of classes and even more community events.
Customers will find locally sourced artisan tools, handmade quilts and homewares, functional clothing and shoes that are true to the lifestyles that bring the elements of the homestead, home! High quality vendors include Modesto Milling, Joie, Dansko shoes, Patagonia, Yeti, Blundstone Boots, Current Elliot Denim, Weck Jars, Brookes Boswell hats, and Urban Coop Company. There is also a large selection of products from local artisans.
Heritage Goods & Supply has transformed with the helping hands of Emma’s Husband, local architect Kevin Moore, Lauren’s husband and professional surfer, Keith Malloy and Ashley’s husband and owner of Lucky Llama Coffee House, Ryan Moore.
The store’s grand opening event is August 26 from 1-5 p.m. Attendees can indulge in complimentary beer from M Special or mead from The Apiary, as well as enjoy the soulful sounds of a bluegrass band! You can check out Women’s Heritage blog for information about future classes and events, or click here for further details about the store opening.