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National Adoption Month

Fostering Brighter Futures By Megan Bryant Photos by Maike Munden and Submitted At any given time, nationwide, there are over 100,000 children and youth within the foster system waiting for a safe place to call home. These kids are displaced…

November 4, 2018

The Unique Craft of a Specialized Artist

Meet Greenbelt’s Cover Artist: Lorelle Rau By Janelle Stear Photos by Kimberlee Miller Imagine the sound of paper tearing, the sound of flames crackling, or cards shuffling. Step inside Lorelle Rau’s studio to see and hear her meticulously creating an…

November 4, 2018

Boise’s Wintry Market

Idaho-ho-ho welcomes the beloved art/craft show yet again. By Elle Parker Photos by Kimberlee Miller Everyone knows the sight: snow dusts every tree on Harrison Boulevard and lights twinkle entrancingly…the smell of pine fills the brisk air and the anticipation…

November 4, 2018

Salvage Sisters & Son

Revealing the beauty in being rustic By Elle Parker Photography by Kimberlee Miller It’s no secret that flea markets and secondhand stores are becoming increasingly popular, and Boise is no exception to this trend. Chas and Catherine Wojick run Salvage…

November 1, 2018

12 Ways of Giving

Support to Those in Need By The Greenbelt Magazine Team Photos by Kimberlee Miller (maybe) “No one has ever become poor by giving.” Anne Frank Idaho is incredible, don’t you agree? Fresh air, beautiful scenery, friendly people, a growing economy—there…

November 1, 2018

Chocolate Chip Deliciousness Happening in Boise!

Chip Cookies: The Original Gourmet Cookie Delivery Company By Janelle Stear Photos by Kimberlee Miller It’s one am, you’re cuddling up with your pooch when you suddenly crave chocolate chip cookies. You are in no mood to drive through the…

November 1, 2018

Lost Little Things

Creating Treasures By Kayli Corbin Photography by Kimberlee Miller Tapping into a deep and meaningful creator’s community has been the theme in the life of Tara Dial. She has degrees in Architecture and Interior design from our very own University…

November 1, 2018

Stage Two & Co.

Celebrating 12 years of turning Idaho houses into homes. By Elle Parker Photography by Kimberlee Miller Growing up in Papua New Guinea, Ellyn Hoffman used to take the grass shavings from her lawn-mower and lay out blueprints on her front…

November 1, 2018

Meriwether Cider Company

Handcrafting the Missing Link One Bottle at a Time By Haley Grugel Photography by Kimberlee Miller When talking about beer, everyone has their own preference on taste and variety, but overall beer is extremely well known and loved. As craft…

November 1, 2018

The Bishops’ House

A House Saved for the People, by the People By Ana Lete Photography by Kimberlee Miller Drive down Old Penitentiary road in Boise, and you’ll see a grand Queen Anne Victorian style home sitting in stark contrast to the Old…

November 1, 2018