In 2011 after one of Natasha's sons became interested in raising his own sheep, she began to dream up her own plans for a small farm where she could teach her children to appreciate the land and animals and to be good conservationists. Natasha also wanted to teach them the importance of sustainability and eating local, "real" food. During the first winter she found herself with a little downtime and wanted to find a way to bring the farm to others. Natasha began experimenting making bath products using herbs that she had grown and dried. After introducing several products locally, Natasha learned quickly that people really wanted to know not only where there food comes from but also exactly what they are putting on their skin. She then had an idea to feature one of her beloved farm animals as one of her cover-girls or cover-guys on each of the products that she developed. It was a way for Natasha to bring a piece of her farm into homes around the area.