Embrace Your Inner Goonie at the Teton Ogre AR

  Who doesn’t crave a treasure map and some challenging terrain? Well you can pack the gear but the map isn’t your call in Adventure Racing—no one is going to

About a third of all new food products launched in 2008 claimed to be “natural”, not certified but natural. Do you know the difference? Natural unfortunately doesn’t reveal if pesticides,

“A hemp seed bar? Seriously? Is this the parking lot at a Grateful Dead show in 1995?” We have been very entertained here at Kate’s by the occasional message sent

This post from Kalen Thorien was originally published on her own website. Kalen is one of Kate’s ambassadors – a skier, writer, and an adventurer. Her words are a thoughtful

Harvest time is nigh. All over the country, combines are moving across fields to collect the yield of countless crops. And in parts of Colorado, this includes the glorious sunflower.

A gorgeous mountain summer is upon us. Here in the Tetons, if you aren’t soaking it up outside, you aren’t living. We crave trails and trees, wide open spaces and

“In wilderness is the preservation of the world.” – Henry David Thoreau Many of Thoreau’s words and beliefs provide a foundation for modern day environmentalism. A purist, an idealist, and

From Diversity Blooms Community

“We ought to think that we are one of the leaves of a tree, and the tree is all humanity. We cannot live without the others, without the tree.” —

“I have a basket of your bars at my house,” says Tony Horton. It’s always flattering when I meet someone who tells me they eat my bars, and in Jackson

Getting Out Of My Skimo (Comfort) Zone

by Nikki LaRochelle In the winter, I’m a Skimo (or rando) racer. “What’s that?” you may ask. Essentially, it’s skinning uphill as hard as you can, transitioning, and then skiing