About Shop Harney

Who are we and why do we want to keep dollars local?

Rural Businesses Need Rural Support

Shop Harney is a collaborative effort between The Foundry Collective, SBDC Oregon, BizHarney Opportunity Collaborative, Harney County's Chamber of Commerce, and Sage Designworks. We realized the need for a local support for our businesses during these always changing times. Our e-gift card program can be used throughout Harney County at many vendors you already shop with, a full map can be viewed and cards can be purchased here.

As of November 2022, the program has kept over $150,000 dollars in Harney County. See all of the metrics for how Shop Harney has benefited the area as well as testimonies from current Merchants here.

Look for the stickers below at participating merchants! Check back regularly, we will be adding some Shop Harney merchandise as well as updating out sponsor lists. Thanks for supporting our local rural business!

-The Shop Harney Team

Here is our awesome team


Brad Attig

Foundry collective & Reinventing Rural

Co.Starters Core Facilitator



Brad Attig

In 2018 Brad Attig launched Foundry Collective, a nonprofit focused on helping accelerate innovation in rural communities. Foundry Collective helps rural communities create strong entrepreneurial ecosystems which support small businesses.


He recently helped launch Reinventing Rural, an online community focused on connecting rural innovators to the resources they need to succeed.

Brenda Smith

High Desert Partnership & BizHarney Opportunity Collaborative


Brenda Smith

Brenda Smith is the Executive Director of High Desert Partnership, a Harney County nonprofit helping people work together and find common ground.


High Desert Partnership convenes and supports six collaborative efforts including BizHarney Opportunity Collaborative. BizHarney exists to help rural Harney County businesses start, grow and succeed while also helping to build a thriving business environment.

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Andrea Latham

SBDC Oregon

Reinventing Rural Ambassador

Co.Starters Core Facilitator



Andrea Letham

Andrea Letham began working for the TVCC Small Business Development Center in February 2020. She is passionate about small businesses, rural communities and free enterprise. She loves supporting, learning & networking to help businesses be their best!

Andrea and her husband Kirby have three children. and lived in rural Oregon for 21 years. Andrea enjoys gardening, spending time with her family and small town living.

Tory Schmidt

Sage designworks

spark collaborative studios

Calamity Butte Guide Services

Reinventing Rural Ambassador

Co.Starters Core Facilitator


Raised in Harney County, Tory has always had a passion for her rural community, art, and had a flair for creative problem solving. With her husband and two business partners, they have created a brick and mortar collaborative retail space in the heart of Burns, Oregon, Spark Collaborative Studios


Tory started her graphic design business Sage DesignWorks in 2019, launched Spark Mercantile in the same year, and now helps teach plein air watercolor courses with her husband's guide business Calamity Butte Guide Service. Small business networking, rural resource development, and connecting artisans to a supportive community is what drives her work everyday.



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