MEET OUR FARMERS
At Rx, we are only as good as our ingredients. That's why we rely on the best farmers our region has to offer.
CHANGIN' WAYS FARM
Changin' Ways Farm is located in Holly Ridge, NC and owned by farmer Dave Borkowski. Dave supplies us with eggs and pastured-raised and naturally fed poultry and pork.
Morgan and Kat Milne own and operate Red Beard Farms, located in Williston, NC. They provide us with organic vegetables, honey, and mushrooms from their mushroom forest.
Stefan Hartmann's farm is located in Ivanhoe, NC. He provides us with organic fruits and vegetables.
Farmer Herbie Cottle out of Rose Hill, NC provides us with organic fruits and vegetables.
Established in 2016 by James and Miranda Hargrove, MSM farms oysters and clams locally.
Feast Down East is a nonprofit organization working to grow the local food system of Southeastern North Carolina. Learn how you can support local farms by visiting their website!
Owner and operator Mike Torbett provides us with microgreens, mushrooms, and edible flowers.
Seaview has over ten years experience in the seafood business as commercial fishermen, fishmongers, fish cutters, dock hands, and everything in between.
Solar-evaporated sea salt hand-harvested from Wrightsville Beach.
A 10th generation organic specialty flour mill and mix manufacturer located in Graham, NC.
PINEY WOODS FARM
Piney Woods is located in Burgaw, NC and focuses on pasture raised Red and Black Angus beef.
Located in Brunswick County, NC Meg Shelton specializes in growing a large variety of organic culinary herbs. She also grows seasonal vegetable plants, heirloom, and native plants, and butterfly and bee plants.
Anson Mills is located in South Carolina and provides us with organic, heirloom hand-milled grains, rices, and corn products.
THREE LITTLE SPATS
Three Little Spats provides us with Permuda Island oysters from Stump Sound.
***Just like the seasons, our list of farmers is ever-changing, and we too, are ever-evolving with our support of organic, sustainable farmers and fishermen in our community. Although these are our main suppliers, we continue to support new farmers with organic practices in our community.
ORGANIZATIONS WE SUPPORT
A nonprofit environmental organization working to protect and improve the water quality of the Cape Fear River Basin through education, advocacy, and action.
A nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a culture of confidence for youth and teens through equitable access to arts education, supported by the values of respect, family, and community.
Over the past 40 years, the NC Coastal Federation has worked alongside coastal communities to protect and restore the unique NC coast through efforts for clean coastal waters, living shorelines, thriving oysters, effective coastal management, and marine debris removal.
A nonprofit youth woodworking program offering kids a safe alternative to the streets and a positive, nurturing environment in which to learn. Located on Castle Street.
A non-denominational ministry serving the homeless, founded in 1974 and located on Castle Street.
A nonprofit economic development program established in 2006 whose aim is to build a strong local food system and alleviate poverty in rural and urban communities. Feast Down East helps small scale limited-resource farmers build and sustain their farms and connect with local markets.
A residential, commercial, and event composting service working to conserve our natural resources and create healthy food networks through 'closed-loop systems.'
The mission of Good Shepherd Center is to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, and foster transition to housing.
Established in 2011, NC Catch works to strengthen the NC seafood economy through promotion and education.
A nonprofit artist residency program that provides artists from both the local community and around the world a forum for free expression and cross-cultural dialogue.