Amanda Eggert Innovating Under the Big Sky Seasonal Montana emphasizes local in a difficult season Sharon Glick Pantry with a Purpose It's a smart idea to keep emergency rations on hand. Mindy Misener Close to Home The pandemic may have kept residents across the Gallatin Valley at home, but it hasn’t kept them quiet about their gastronomic adventures. Maria Anderson Bozeman: For the Family Building their work life in a place where the kids can thrive. Mary May Finding Balance Spotlight on Eating Disorder Center of Montana Edible Bozeman Stashables for Summer Kate Burnaby Wright Disruption. Resilience. Pivot. Local Food Systems Respond to Coronavirus Maria Anderson The Rising Tide Celebrating Bozeman’s Close-Knit Beer Community Scott F. Parker When People Eat Plants One of the reminders from the COVID-19 pandemic is how interconnected we are with everyone and everything on this planet. Katie Geraci Rocky Creek Rebuilds Reseeding and replanting are inherent to farming. Jennifer Sheets Beyond Sustainable Beyond Sustainable Carmen Byker Shanks Food These Days I am scanning the shelves of the Bozeman Co-op wearing a mask and gloves. Jayde Wilmes You Can Take It with You Adventuring and Eating Well in the Time of Social Distancing Amy Andrews Summer Pleasures and Garden Treasures Who knows what to do with garlic scapes? Mindy Misener Revisiting Butte (for the first time) Butte has a bad reputation. Mary May All Things Peas Peas, a universal favorite, are among the first vegetables of spring. Paul Robertson Côtes Du Rhône Where the Buffalo Roam A Gonzo Journey into the Wilderness Kate Burnaby Wright Local Farms Cultivate More than Healthy Food Not all vegetables created equal. Jennifer Sheets Forage Fed An Evening with Anna Borgman Jessianne Castle Inspiring Joy Local food and contemporary Indian flavor at Saffron Table Sharon Glick Local Garden Heroes Meet some gifted growers near you! Edible Bozeman Spring Cleaning Hand-picked local products to put a spring in your step and freshness in the air Maria Anderson From Snake Den to Oasis An Innovative Pork, Poultry, and Egg Farm in Livingston Amy Andrews Spring Shoots and Blooms Early Spring can't come soon enough. Scott F. Parker Breakfast with Bob Our toddler is choosy when it comes to food. Norm Page Farming on Film Two dreamers and a dog on an odyssey to bring harmony to both their lives. Emma Shannon Peace. Love. Moose. In Big Sky, the Hungry Moose is emerging as a leader. Jason Bacaj Walking the Walk: Montana Ale Works Quietly and persistently strengthening the local food movement Norm Page Peak Pairings: Big Sky A weekend in Big Sky offers matches—of food, drink, lodging, and scenery—made in heaven Jessianne Castle Glowing Green and Gold: Hydroponic Farming When you’re able to give a plant exactly what it wants, an amazing thing happens. Stella Fong Food for the People: Foxtrot and Tanglewood Enjoying Foxtrot, a fast-casual modern diner, and Tanglewood, an American bistro. Hillary and Haylee Folkvord Sharing Our City Growing up, family dinner was non-negotiable Edible Bozeman The Art of Crafts These skillfully crafted items are delights for the senses. Mindy Misener Nature Has the Key: Flower Essence Practitioner Becki Cook The importance of present-time work, right where you are Mary May Roots are Many Things Roots conjure solidity, a firmness that is stable and secure. Mindy Misener Hazel Hartwell's Date Nut Bread In the Fall of 1950 I was newly married, in Germany, and facing my first Christmas away from home. My mother sent me her date nut bread recipe Sharon Glick Dare to Tare Cutting down on plastics. Mindy Misener Earth, Water, Sky: A Million Acres The Montana Land Reliance is celebrating their millionth protected acre with a gorgeous new book. Jennifer Sheets A Restaurant for Everyone Delicious dinners and a pay-what-you-can concept Amy Andrews Using Local Ingredients in Winter The challenge for chefs who want to use as many local ingredients as possible is winter. Scott F. Parker At the Anxiety Cafe* The barista was cool in the way all cool baristas are cool Elaina Antonich A Place for Bison in Montana Cattle Country Matt and Sarah Skoglund didn’t wake up one morning and decide on a whim to start a bison ranch ... Norm Page Retracing Old Steps: A writer rediscovers what he loved So much to explore, so little time. Kareen Erbe The Bittersweet Time: Caring for Your Garden in Fall Fall is such a bittersweet time of year in the garden. Megan Ulrichs The Source of Your Food is the Source of Your Health Supporting our local growers. Mary Stein Changemakers in the Classroom The Sustainable Food and Bioenergy Systems (SFBS) program at Montana State University. Mindy Misener Rick Bass Who gets what luck and when, and why? Mindy Misener Weeds No More: The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen Indigenous foods and traditions Cassi Miller Breaking Bread with Stella Moss People keep coming back for Moss’s bread because of the care and attention she puts into it. Sharon Glick Bozeman-Area Recycling Edible Bozeman Fall for Local Spice This fall we’re munching on and seasoning with these local delights. Stella Fong The Chef Philosopher Brian Menges preaches homemade food. Katie Geraci A Seat at the Table: Gallatin Valley Farm to School Sharing a nutritious meal elbow-to-elbow with your companions. Mary May The Machete Man Living abroad I honed my love of local produce and comestibles. Amy Andrews The Plums Next Door, Purple Viking Potatoes, and What to Do with Kohlrabi Local fruit is somewhat of a rarity here in Montana, so when the plums are ripe on our neighborhood trees, we’re happy. Edible Bozeman Summer in Store We love these eye-catching, eco-friendly food storage options.