Be Here Now: Embracing the Off-Season

In my 20’s, off-season in the mountains meant throwing Halloween bashes, dumpster diving (not my brightest of moments), and lots and lots of, well, drinking. Waiting for the snow to

How to Start a Farm to School Program

October is Farm to School Month!   Don’t the sights and smells of fall bring you back to your childhood? They do for me. In fact, being a native New

Forage, Feed, Fuel …

by Christian Santelices It was a tough summer in many ways for a mountain guide … Monsoon moisture produced twice the average precipitation in August, which meant many canceled trips

Organic Fuel for Back to School

Back to school is sometimes more difficult for moms then it is for kids. The preparation. The schedule. The waking up and shoving off every morning. And the hours spent

David McClure Digs Deep (in more ways than one)

Pro snowmobiler David McClure may spend his winter days deep in the backcountry or burning up a snowy racing slope, but in the off-season this dedicated rider hardly takes it

Kate’s Real Food Pinterest Contest!

Photography by Jay Goodrich. Check him out!

Summertime Memories

“And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was

The Sawtooths Mirror My Soul

by Kalen Thorien My patriotism may lack enthusiasm, but nonetheless I was happy to spend my Fourth of July in what I believe to be Americas greatest assets—the wilderness! My

The Little Farm that Grounded

We’ve all had one of those days … weeks … or months … when things just don’t click. Maybe mercury is retrograding? The summer wind has everyone crazed? Or our

Gear Bag Essentials

  by Jesse Ziegler I have a lot of stuff to pack, wear, fill, and drag along with me when embarking on one of the several adventurous things I like