We had the great privilege of working this summer with local photographers Diane & Ken Briggs. The fireweed was the most incredible display of color we've seen since moving to Alaska in 1995.
Many customers are amazed at the amount of wildcrafting and growing of herbs and flowers we do, and the multiple steps required to prepare these botanicals before they are ready to incorporate into our natural formulas. It's the thing I love most about Alpenglow and what we do. Working with the local, natural resources in a sustainable manner with great appreciation for our wilderness and wild places... that's what Alpenglow is all about.
And we really love working with local artists as well, like Diane and Ken. Local videographer Brian Smith made our homepage video last summer and we thought that turned out great.
Thank you all for being part of this awesome Alpenglow journey our family treasures. Miles of smiles, Susan
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