Good Dirt, Good People, Good Products.

Here at Loading Dock Raleigh, we strive to do excellent work, support one another and do others good. We believe this happens best in the context of a diverse and supportive community. That's why we're excited to share our Meet Our Members blog! Each week, we'll feature a member, business or non-profit who calls Loading Dock home and inspiring us through their creative work and mission. We hope you enjoy!

Next up, our good friends who aren't afraid to get their hands in the dirt. Good Dirt is a Locally Made Gardening Company that strives to create quality products that are simple, successful and sustainable. They cultivate more than just community here at the Loading Dock. Good Dirt uses Bogbits which are comprised of partially petrified peat from North American peat bogs. In years past, this by-product of peat moss harvest would have simply been discarded. Good Dirt reuses these bits to create their Soil Conditioner and Potting Mix. What we love most about them is that they are committed to Doing Good for the planet! 

The Dirt On Loading Dock

“We looked at a lot of spaces to work before deciding on the Loading Dock Raleigh. Once we stepped into the space, we needed to look no further. The staff and owners are friendly, resourceful and so collaborative. As a brand, we thrive on exchanging ideas with others and utilizing available local resources to “do good work.” Their authenticity in their mission to provide independent companies and startups with a stepping stone for growth is unique and gratifying. There is always something going on and we exchange good, positive energy among other professionals on the growth track. The facility is impeccable, modern and ideal for those who want to be in a dynamic work environment with other professionals and creative minds. And we love the ability to bring customers to the conference room for meetings. All our partners and clients are impressed with the ambience and professionalism in this working space.," says Good Dirt's Suzy Newsom. 

Next time you're at The Dock, get your hands dirty with our friends at Good Dirt. For more, check them out on Facebook, Instagram and their website