The Great Honey Crisp Giveaway

1 Week (actually, 6 days) 16 Volunteers (they kept showing up to help) 1,500 pounds of Honey Crisp Apples. Given away, fresh. 1,700 pounds of Honey Crisp Apples pressed. Given away as juice. This was a remarkable kickoff to our new 'Gleaning Program'. O'Hara is ready with the resources and volunteers to help any community member salvage food and distribute it to community members. If you should ever need help harvesting an overly abundant crop, or if you are interested in volunteering in this program in any capacity, then please contact us. Help to fulfill our work to connect local people with local food. Meanwhile, Happy Thanksgiving. We hope that there is a Honey Crisp pie on your family's

Lifeline Farm

Lifeline Farm is an organic biodynamic farm in the heart of the Bitterroot Valley of Montana. We believe our quality feed, breeding, and care make the highest quality milk, cheese, and beef products.

April Hale

I make sustainable, handcrafted jewelry by combining blacksmithing, enameling, and fine silversmithing into a contemporary, nature-inspired aesthetic. I derive my designs from forms and colors that I see in the landscape, and because of my dedication to environmental sustainability, all jewelry is made from a minimum of 50% reused or recycled metal.

Linda Cohen

Linda Cohen is a Stevensville artist that specializes in Steampunk and Industrial style mixed media art and art clocks. She also creates Gelli print collages and acrylic paintings. For the holiday Linda will also have a one of a kind jewelry and handmade cards

Steve Slocomb

Steve Slocomb transitioned from working on Hollywood films to capturing stunning photos of Montana wildflowers. Along the way he created wonderful composite images of fairy worlds using elements from his nature pictures. He is out and about in the wilds of Montana most every day armed with his Fuji camera and red heeler companion Brody.

Pam Watts

I went to college to study Biology and French before I figured out I like playing with bright colors. I love combining functionality with beauty. All of my pieces are original, useful and fabulously fun. When I am not creating in my studio you can find me teaching yoga classes with Inspansion Yoga, or farming with my partner Leon.

Rebecca Mann

I was born and raised in Red Lodge, Montana. I have always enjoyed creating things such as basic jewelry and pottery but came across this passion of making silversmith jewelry while I was living in Alaska. I had the opportunity to take a couple of community art classes where I learned the basics in in soldering and stone setting. From there my interest has never seemed to quiet. I get inspired by designing and creating pieces. I have a small workshop at my home here in Hamilton amongst some of the most stunning mountains and rivers where I love to spend my time. I have slowly been growing my business over the past 4 years. I started out making designs I liked and wanted to wear myself,

Lisa Classen

Field & Forest Botanica is a unique line of artisan herbal products. Our plant-based formulas are carefully made according to time-honored and traditional methods of medicine making which truly honor the incredible properties of botanicals. We offer small-batch botanical body care handcrafted from pure, raw and organic ingredients that are ethically wild harvested, certified organic, fair trade, purchased from reputable sources, or grown in my garden.

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