Member Happenings: Community nourishment

Photo shoot for Edible Bozeman

We’re excited for our upcoming feature article in Edible Bozeman, which highlights our hopes and dreams for community gardening, harvesting, cooking, eating and general merry-making together!

Sometimes the secret ingredient isMUD. Couhouser kids prep their own “community dinner” at the property’s mud kitchen. Earthy!

Thanks to members Megan and Chad for arranging the shoot at their current digs. We carefully staged some shots with Covid precautions in mind, but it made us long for the days of real gathering and meal-sharing which can’t come soon enough!

Keep an eye out for the Winter issue, at news stands around town soon!


We’re doing a lot of baking these days, and this year Tor initiated daughter Aurora in the family tradition of making julekage, a Norwegian Christmas bread. The cardamom spiced bread with candied fruit and raisins is a breakfast treat around the holidays. Almost as good as Grandma Torvik’s 😋

Sunset on the Bridger Mountains, a stellar view from the property — courtesy of member, Garl