Meadowlake Farm


Is a sustainable American farm with a focus on preservation of the honeybee and endangered medicinal plant species.  


 We are proud members of the following organizations:


Society of Cosmetic Chemists

American Botanical Council

United Plant Savers

Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation

Green Products Alliance

Certified Naturally Grown

Cruelty Free Companies


 

Our founder holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and dual degrees in Architectural and Construction Design.  She's enjoyed long careers as a Commercial Architect and Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse.  After founding Meadowlake Farm Products she was invited to become a member of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists.  Long before organics and sustainability came into vogue she established Meadowlake Farm, driven by her dedication to a healthy lifestyle, her love of science and commitment to environmental and ecological concerns.

 

 Our herbalist holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and is a Certified Family Herbalist.  Prior to the pursuit of Herbal Medicine she enjoyed a 30 year career in Health Care Administration and as a Medical Rehabilitation Specialist.   She served as a wound care consultant on a trauma-rehab team, being highly skilled in the management of diabetic amputations and ulcers, crush injuries, Compression Syndrome, gas gangrene, radiation tissue damage, compromised skin grafts and flaps, pressure ulcers and necrotizing infections including herpes, MRSA and VRE.  She authored clinical pathways used nationally in the standardization of patient care.

 

 Our apiarist is one of few beekeepers in our nation who employ organic hive management techniques.  His expertise is diverse, enjoying careers in business, as a skilled tradesman as an organic apiarist and a long time organic gardener. We are proud to be the owners of Meadowlake Farm.  To protect its habitat and its creatures and to live as one with the fruits of our labors.  We are proud of the work we've done to bring our unique skills and shared vision together in a way that has allowed us to evolve into a skin care company recognized for producing unparalleled products within the framework of a self contained sustainable farm.

Our Mission:

Contributing to human kind and the planet in a truly sustainable way, beyond the pitfalls and short comings of corporate America and corporate medicine. 

Our Formulator/Our Founder:

Is honored to be a member of the prestigious Society of Cosmetic Chemists, a professional organization dedicated to the advancement of cosmetic science and industry achieved through the promotion of research and by setting high educational, ethical and professional standards for industry scientists.  Her natural, honey based formulas are unique in the world of skin science.   



                                                                                                                

As a Corporation:

We donate products and our time to public education and outreach about safe cosmetic products.

We are working to shape public policy and better regulate harmful cosmetic ingredients. 

We voluntarily list all of our products and their ingredients in the Environmental Working Group's Cosmetic Safety Data Base for regulatory review and full public disclosure.  

We are actively working to promote organic, sustainable agriculture, the one true solution to the plight of the honeybee.

We use domestically grown and produced, easily replenish-able, sustainable
supportive ingredients in our products.

We support women owned business' in North America and developing Third World countries.

We formulate from the organic ingredients we cultivate and extract.  


                                                       


Meadowlake Farm has always been a special place.  It is a picturesque and serene 100 acre farm established in the early 1800's as part of the Connecticut Western Reserve by a founding member of the Mormon faith.  It was once owned by a homeopathic physician who bottled and sold its artesian spring water and operated Ohio's first nudist camp on the property.  The Cleveland Brown's football team who practiced at adjacent Hiram College, played volleyball with the 'campers'.  Our great aunt and uncle purchased it in the 1950's at which time it became a gentleman's farm and family retreat.  Its interesting and diverse history always focused on health restoration and solitude along with preservation of the natural world, traditions we are proud to uphold today.