The heart of our operation is our team…
Angela Macke – R.N & Founding Director
Angela founded Light of Day Organics Tea Company in 2004. She and her family own and operate 75+ unique acres – Michigan’s only Demeter certified Biodynamic land. Angela is a Specialty Tea Institute graduate, a Green America Partner, an Advanced Master Gardener & mentor, a member of the U.S. Tea Association, a tea instructor with the Great Lakes Culinary Institute, a Healing Touch Practitioner, and an importer of certified agricultural commodities. She is a nationally recognized speaker and tea educator.
As founder and director of Light of Day Organics she was named Environmentalist of the Year for Business (2007-2008) and Michigan Small Business of the Year (2008-2009). She is an honors graduate of Western Michigan University, and of Bronson School of Nursing in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Angela continues to hand harvest and finish blend her original specialty award-winning Teas and Tisanes that contain many constituents not available in the general marketplace. She is dedicated to teaching through example about the importance of a respect and reverence for all life, and educating about the wonderful world of “Cha-Do” (the “way” of tea) with a fun, creative, mindful, highly enjoyable and memorable Grassroots style.
She has said that her intention with this “project” is to support the nurturing of minds, hearts, spirits and bodies with highly nutritious content so that all have the strength to do what we are here on this Earth to do- “to reach our full potential as human beings”.
Come, bring a blanket and bask in the sunshine- treat yourself to a cup of tea- come renew yourself.
With my love…Angela
Summer 2018 Crew:Welcome back Madeline Baroli, Kristen Ryder, Leland Macke and Fielding Schaefer!
Welcome new team members Sara Baarstad, Ted Pryde and Mary Jackowski
This solid, bright, brilliant, and very conscientious FUN team is a welcomed addition to our farm family!
Dave is our official “Mr. Fix- it” and we so appreciative of the care, skill, and healthy sense of humor he brings to the farm along with his other tools.