Stories about women in business in small town and rural America.
Sarah Calhoun :: White Sulphur Springs, MT
Sarah makes pants, and she makes people dance. The owner and founder of Red Ants Pants and the Red Ants Pants Music Festival, Sarah is a force of nature. Her priorities lie in making great pants for women, empowering them in business and leadership, and also supporting agricultural communities.
Read my article about Sarah published in BigLife magazine by clicking here.
Beth Stuart :: Sun Valley, ID
Words that come to mind when I hear Beth's name are:
Yogi mama, badass, triumphant, genuine, life lover, passion seeker.
Beth was born and raised in the Wood River Valley in south central Idaho. She was introduced to yoga by her college roommate, and was immediately hooked. Now she does yoga for a cause. She is unapologetic, she is bold, she is flexible, and she's a straight shooter. If you need a little pick me up, get to one of her classes at IdaYoga in Hailey, ID.
In the mean time, visit this Yogi Mama's website to learn more about her at www.bethstuartyoga.com
Connie Surber and Laura Ginsburg :: St. Ignatius, MT
Connie and Laura met on a cattle ranch in Hyatville, Wyoming many years ago. With a passion for livestock, and a dream of cream, the two settled down in St. Ignatius, Montana to start the only new dairy in Montana that has been founded in 20 years.
They are recipients of the Red Ants Pants Foundation Grant, and are two hard working ladies who are on a mission to make the best, simplest, and most homegrown ice cream a person could hope to buy.
Check out more of their story at www.thegoldenyoke.com
Amy Dowell :: Jackson Hole, WY
This gal put down permanent roots in Jackson Hole after a brief love affair with the world outside of her home in Teton County, WY. Now, she puts down permanent ink in her tattoo parlor, The Painted Lady. Check out the Blog for more information on Amy, her work, and her life as an artist in Jackson Hole. www.amydowell.com