Why Organic/GREEN?



It is our sole purpose to have the confidence

of offering our customers the BEST possible products

made All Naturally and Organically.

































The Future is Renewable energy.
Yet, there are over 60 California Hydroelectric power Project Licenses Expiring between 1993-2010.
 Are we really going to waste tax payer dollars to allow these plants to be shut down or decommissioned?
Isn't the whole idea of RENEWABLE ENERGY to SAVE Money?

SAVE Hydroelectric Power!

Kilarc Hydroelectric Power Plant was built in 1903 and is one of California's truly unique and picturesque historical sites.
The Plant is one of the OLDEST, Functioning Hydroelectric Power Plants in California. It continues to provide power to the
area residents to this date. The Kilarc Lake/Reservoir, off Miller Mountain Road in Whitmore (just north of Tuscan Heights Lavender Gardens), is truly a site to see.   This fully stocked lake has been the location where families & friends have trout fished for over 100 years. The park setting is equipped for daily use, and has a wonderful picnic area, with clean tables, barbecue facilities, and clean rest rooms.

The beauty of the landscape and the breath taking views of the surrounding majestic Cascade Mountain Range is surreal.
Completely peaceful and serene is the experience you will have by just spending a few quiet moments at the Reservoir.
When visiting Kilarc Reservoir, you'll experience nature at a completely different level than ever before!
The amazing wild life (some of which was recently on the endangered spices list), that you most definitely will encounter, will open your eyes to life the way it was meant to be.

Help us to save this Spectacular Location for all our future generations, before it is deconstructed and destroyed, forever.

Help us to SAVE Kilarc Reservoir & Hydro Power Plant, plus the Cow Creek Watershed
Please check out these websites for more information on how you can help:

a poem by: Mr. Glenn Dye
In the pine covered hill above Whitmore
is a jewel of a fine fishing lake,
technically known as the Kilarc fore bay,
that wanton destruction is set to take.

State Agencies agreed to decommission
the stable environment of 100 years,
for enhancing endangered fish spawning,
without the impact of stakeholder fears.

Kilarc Power Station on Old Cow Creek
has never affected fish populations,
Scientists put the problem elsewhere.
Removal would not improve conditions.

The impact of the great outdoors
is inherent in Fore Bay Shore fishing,
picnicking, hiking, wildlife, and vistas.
Therapy to children is outstanding.

Save Kilarc, Save Kilarc, echoing cry
of a community for salvation
of a gem providing recreation,
for young and old of each generation.