Nature’s Way Resources to host family-friendly Spring Garden Festival Mar. 9

By: Sean K. Thompson
| Published 02/13/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Nature’s Way Resources, an organically based company featuring multiple natural products and services in an environment-friendly facility located at 101 Sherbrook Circle in Conroe, is presenting a free Spring Garden Festival on March 9 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. The festival – which is free to attend and open to the public – will be packed with fun, learning, playing, shopping, and other activities.

The purpose of Nature's Way Resources is to provide environmentally safe and effective solutions for their customers, ranging from organic waste disposal to gardening and landscaping supplies, consulting, and much more. Their mission is to provide a source of natural products that work within and with the laws of nature, instead of fighting against it, and to help restore the planet by providing products that are safe for children, beloved pets, and neighbors.

The arc of Nature’s Way Resources was formed more than 30 years ago when founder John Ferguson experienced an allergic reaction to a common fungicide that almost cost him his life and took six months to recover. As a result, he intensively studied the new research that was emerging on biological methods in horticulture and agriculture, leaving the oil industry in 1993 with the plan to start a landscape company that provided low maintenance and environmentally friendly landscapes using the newer methods.

To test John’s ideas, a 20-acre tract of land was leased on the Sam Houston Tollway on the west side of Houston and operations commenced in November of 1994. Nature’s Way was quickly recognized as the leader in the area for high quality compost, mulches, soils and potting mixes. In January of 2004, the business was relocated to its current location on a 42-acre tract of land.

To learn more about this forward-thinking, earth-friendly company and all the natural resources it has provided to thousands of patrons over the decades, as well as details on the Spring Garden Festival, click here:

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