“Let’s support each other! This is a little directory of homeschooler-run businesses in the Salem area. If you have a business or work on commission and would like to be listed, let us know! These are alphabetical for now – as we get more listings I’ll group them by type of service.
DōTERRA Wellness Advocate – Essential Oils Enroller ID# 685855
The company, DoTERRA Essential Oils, has a Facebook page and a channel on YouTube.
Phone: 208-310-0582; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Josh and Chandra Cruikshank run a small woodworking and refinishing business. They specialize in picnic tables as well as take custom orders from desks to recycle bins to….you name it. You can find them on Facebook.
Phone: 503-851-6840; Email: email@example.com
Elizabeth Joly is a quilter and crocheter. She sells her unique, unusual, handmade items such as baby blankets, baby clothes, burp cloths, toys, and lap sized afghans on Etsy as well as a booth at Funky Munky. Quilts are her specialty. She takes custom orders, as well. If you would like to see some of the work she has made and sold, you can visit her Facebook page.
Evergreen Plumbing & Mechanical
Evergreen Plumbing and Mechanical offers both residential and commercial services. They provide plumbing for residential homes, apartments, commercial buildings, schools, and restaurants. You can find them on Facebook.
Phone: (503) 409-3567; Email: MarvColby@gmail.com
Karla’s Custom Cakes
All occasions, your design or mine! Fully licensed and recently awarded Bronze for 2018 Best of the Mid-Valley for Best Cupcake!!
Phone: (503) 510-3639; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie Adams recently moved to Silverton from Tacoma, WA where she provided tutoring mainly to learners struggling to read. She homeschooled her own children through 4th grade and is sensitive to and supportive of homeschooling families.
Sophia Wood Photography and Art
Commercial, fine art, and commissioned work. Sophia is also available for engineering/analysis consulting, web design, and math and science tutoring through Village Home. You can visit her Facebook page.