- The Kirk Estate offers meaningfully made, environmentally conscious items made by hand + with wild magic. We use our own organically grown herbs, as well as artfully designed seed packets of our heirloom vegetables, herbs, and flowers.
- Our heirloom seeds have all been grown out organically here at The Kirk Estate and are tended entirely by hand throughout the growing and harvesting season. Our cold process soaps include our own organically grown, hand harvested, and naturally dried herbs. We also infuse our organically grown, hand harvested herbs into plant based oils to create many of our apothecary items, which lend their healing and restorative qualities to already high-quality healing ingredients.
- Over the years The Kirk Estate has served as host to music performances, art installations, photo shoots, intimate events, and community gatherings. We are committed to maintaining a space for eco-conscious inspiration and helping to unite aspiring artists and artisans with a community of like-minded individuals.
- In addition to farming and artisanship, Kirk Estate business and life partners Jen O'Connor and Eric Krans write and perform in their band The Parlor, which is named after a room in the farmhouse. The first single off their sophomore album Wahzu Wahzu premiered on Pitchfork. They have performed at the Farm Aid festival alongside music icons Neil Young, Willie Nelson, and Dave Matthews, and have shared the stage with bands including The Lumineers, Man Man, Willy Mason, Sharon Van Etten, and Phantogram. Their album Kiku is due out early 2018.