Foodie. Artisan. Hipster. While these overused expressions make some people cringe, they actually belong to a specialized craft movement referred to as “artisanal”—a movement responsible for shaping and growing a

Sales Manager Natural Foods Industry Kate’s Real Food, a “real food” energy bar company, is looking for an experienced sales manager. The ideal candidate will be working closely with brokers,

Getting out of your comfort zone can apply to many aspects of life, from working your body a little harder to taking time out and unplugging. The possibilities are endless!

Kate’s Holiday Libations Pairing

Holidays and gluttony go hand in hand (first world problems, I know). And in the mountains we can’t help but feel, well, spoiled rotten. While droves of people move in,

When you think of Halloween, what comes to mind? Are you thinking of a favorite costume that triggers some nostalgia? Perhaps you envision pumpkin carving and black cats, autumn leaves and

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

Ode to a CSA

What fosters our connection with food? Why, knowing precisely where it comes from, of course… Here in the Tetons—despite the short alpine growing season—we are blessed with an abundance of

From Hive to Health: Raw Honey

  I always wanted to be a beekeeper. Ever since I was little, I had a fascination with the black-and-yellow-striped creatures. I never feared honeybees, and thankfully, had no adverse

From Slopes to Table: Copper Moose Farm

  Harvesting garlic is a pivotal time of year for Daisy Fair. This treasured farm tradition happens at the end of July and marks the segue into the most bountiful