Since Shepherd’s Dream LLC’s commencement in 1997, we have had the pleasure of working with many different unique individuals whom have contributed to the growth of our company.
It has taken great patience and perseverance to find a competent & positive team since moving to the quiet, tiny town of Montague. We have been fortunate to find a variety of hard working and skilled men and women to create our colorful Shepherd’s Dream team. It is our goal as a unified team to provide high quality natural bedding and excellent customer service to a growing population of natural product lovers.
We believe that by creating a healthy infrastructure within our own operations, we are setting an example for other businesses to do the same. It is of true importance to support each individual’s unique qualities and to communicate honestly in order to create a peaceful, productive environment.
Mother & Daughter
Sarah Sunshine – LLC Sole Member
Being the founder’s daughter, Sarah Sunshine has been surrounded by natural bedding for her whole life and has played a key role in Shepherd’s Dream LLC operations since 2007. Sarah continues to find joy in producing wool mattresses, working with customers and assisting with other various aspects of the business. Although she loves being a part of Shepherd’s Dream LLC on a daily basis, her greatest joy is found through the arts, exploring the outdoors and community. Sarah is excited to be starting a family with her first baby and her husband Nathon, from The Woolgatherer Carding Mill.
Eliana, the founder of Shepherd’s Dream LLC, has honed the physical components of the Wool bed through a 20 year evolutionary process beginning in 1984. According to Eliana, her process has been guided by one simple, common sense intention: to support optimal health through ‘ the right use of materials’ as it relates to the bed we sleep in. Eliana has recently created “Heartfelt”, a company that produces beautiful woolen felts and the layered felt bed.
Husband & Wife Team
Sarah & Nathon met in the quiet country side of Siskiyou county back in 2003. A match made in wooly heaven, Nathon acquired ownership of the Woolgatherer carding mill after the founder, Patrick Holland past away, and Sarah managed and took ownership of Shepherd’s Dream LLC. With the support of one another, both businesses have grown steadily over the past 10 years, employing over 20 people in the Shasta valley.