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Laurel Miller

Articles By Laurel Miller


Montanya Distillers Celebrates 10 Years

Founder Karen Hoskin looks back on a rum-filled decade.

Bee Groceries

How You Can Help Colorado’s Pollinator Population Thrive

Carbondale-based contractor Bob Bailey has released Bee Groceries, packets of organic seeds that provide an important source of protein for honeybees.

Neah Bay Jacket

We Tried It: Sierra Designs Neah Bay Jacket

Get ready for spring adventures with this ultra-affordable, breathable beauty.

Create Less Waste with Zoetica’s Reusable Products

Stash holiday leftovers in sustainable style—and create less trash all year-long—with this Crested Butte–based company’s coffee cups, totes, and more.

Vintage Tradition

We Tried It: Vintage Tradition Tallow Balm

A (literally) greener path to soft winter skin.

edible bugs

Meet Denver’s First Edible-Bug Rancher

Plus six tasty ways to eat your insects.

Hayden Knife

Custom Blades From Hayden Knife Are A Cook’s Dream

Hotchkiss resident and part-time pig rancher Hayden Kessel forges stunning kitchen knives with an heirloom emphasis.


We Tried It: Lems’ Lightweight, Packable Hiking Boots

This small Boulder company wants you to live flat, footloose, and pain-free.

DRAM Poor Farm

Dram Apothecary Gives Salida’s Historic Poor Farm New Life

The late 19th century building sits on five acres alongside Arkansas River—and is available to book now on Airbnb.

Carbondale’s Batch Tasting Room is a Must-Visit for Suds Lovers

This destination-worthy tasting room has the exclusive on all of the Roaring Fork Valley’s best brews.

Telluride Brews & Blues

The Telluride Festival Survival Guide

Headed to the little mountain town for a bit of summer revelry? Here’s everything you need to know.


Confadent Is the Summer’s Must-Have…Gum?

A Colorado entrepreneur created a chewing gum that keeps your breath minty fresh while it cleans your mouth.

Don’t Miss: Biodynamic Summer Chautauqua at Sustainable Settings

This three-day feasting-and-farming extravaganza at a historic Carbondale ranch sounds like something out of a dream.

A Memorial Day Festival for Colorado’s Most Famous Cannibal

Lake City’s Packer Days celebrates survivalism, backcountry skills, and the pioneer spirit.


Don’t Miss: The Little Nell’s ‘Bugs’ Chef’s Dinner and Documentary Screening

Learn about—and taste!—edible insects in Aspen on March 6.

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