A Single Track Mind — Dylan Renn’s Focus

We always need to learn more. Dylan Renn is one of our newest ambassadors with unprecedented ambition for helping all ages learn more and broaden their horizons. We got a

Anyone who eats (everyone) and chooses to support independent businesses that are obsessed with small batch quality can help transform the food industry as a whole. We did not evolve

“Touch the earth, love the earth, honor the earth, her plains, her valleys, her seas. Rest your soul in her solitary places.” – Henry Beston It seems that the human

Growing any company means constant change, and for Kate’s this has been especially evident in the progression of our packaging. What follows is a little photo journey demonstrating this development

It is overwhelming to ponder the global crises that define our struggling planet. Whether it is hunger, poverty, war, disease, natural disaster, or the earth’s changing climate, many issues have

Earth Day Every Day

In honor of Earth Day, we share with you a piece of art from Teton Valley, Idaho artist Michele Walters. Handcrafting her own paper, and applying a universal theme to

The Kate’s Real Food office crew recently moved into a great new space. After erecting the cubicle walls and getting the workstations assembled, we promptly put our heads down and

Beyond Local: It’s a Mindset Thing …

“Money is like blood. It needs to keep moving around to keep the economy going… [and] when money is spent elsewhere—at big supermarkets, non-locally owned utilities and other services such

I recently pondered an infographic that enumerated the reasons why people don’t recycle at work. One of the top reasons was “the recycling plant isn’t easily accessible.” When I read

by Christian Santelices High pressure in the Tetons has given me the chance to reflect on a busy season of avalanche education. Working for the American Avalanche Institute and Exum