From college friends to business partners, these stationers are celebrating 10 years in business together
Danielle McCarthy and Ellen Kelly run a luxury wedding stationery business in Newport, Rhode Island, where they specialize in letterpress printing.
"I got that first chainsaw and, I don't know, I just felt right at home," says Taylor White, a chainsaw carver in Maine.
Shepherdess Land & Livestock offers prescribed grazing services with sheep and goats.
"After having my urban hikes for about a year, I realized that if I wanted my business to grow, that I would need to focus full time on it, and that was a scary leap," said Lisa Peña, owner of Urban Hikes Kansas City.
When the nonprofit system didn't seem to work for it, Seattle-based Wa Na Wari found another way.
Dylan Demery opened Colorado-based She's Fly with two friends to provide outdoor clothing and gear that were comfortable for women.
Record heat in Arizona has brought an influx of mouths to feed at Liberty Wildlife along with high water and electricity bills.
Before she turned her affinity for style into a career, Valencia Holland was her friends’ “go-to girl” for advice on what to wear.
Sarah King, an independent musician, is currently on tour. But the steps getting to this moment have been challenging.
The pandemic almost sunk Manu Powers' company. Though it's mounted a recovery, the summer rush still isn't what it used to be.