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Nico & Nat Dicou


We're Nat and Nico, proprietors of Lincoln Street Farm. Welcome to our urban farm project in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah where we're trying to find out what's possible with just 0.2 acres. 


Ever since our wedding on the first day of Marriage Equality in Utah in December 2013, we've dreamed of someday moving to the country and becoming farmers. 


The problem? We're city slickers: we need our public transportation, indie movie theaters, sushi restaurants, and favorite breweries. 


So we decided to follow the words of the oft-cross-stitched platitude, and we bloomed where we were planted! Literally. We started transforming our backyard into a flower, garlic, and lavender farm. We repurposed our shed into a candle- and soap-making studio. And we relocated an antique greenhouse to a spot next to our mini orchard.


Welcome to our online clubhouse. In our shop, you'll find our latest creations, including our one-of-a-kind, scented pillar candles; our decadent soaps featuring ingredients like tussah silk, pink kaolin clay, and activated charcoal; and other self-care treasures and goodies. On our blog, you'll find Nat's writings about our adventures in farming and gardening. 


Thanks for stopping by. 



A little more about our farm: 


Our company is 100% women-owned. 


We love upcycling, everything vintage and anything antique. Our house was built in 1896!


All our packaging is reusable or recyclable.


We use the yummiest oils and butters in our soap collection. Our artisan soaps are vegan with no animal products or parabens. 


We make our pillar candles with paraffin wax, natural fragrance oils and braided cotton wicks. 

Illustration by Fiona Barney

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