In our next installment of The Uncommoners: Exploring the Other Side of Ordinary, Lindsey heads to Long Beach, Washington to get her hands dirty and learn what it means to farm with a Social Purpose.
When I accepted an invitation from Starvation Alley Farms to join their cranberry harvest last month, I didn’t know what to expect. Perhaps, an idyllic Ocean Spray commercial or another episode of Dirty Jobs. (Yes. Mike Rowe visited a cranberry farm.). But what I found was hard work, laughter, great cocktails and a deep sense of community with people who were passionate about food, family and local farming.
After a few cranberry cocktails, I sat down with farmers, Jessika Tantisook and Jared Oakes, to learn how this small family-run experiment expanded into a corporation with a unique uncommon product and an even more uncommon purpose.
We’re from Portland, so when summertime comes around, we take full advantage of the outdoors—backyard bbq’s, music festivals, unexpected adventures. To keep it moving, we like to pair our favorite outdoor escapades with the right tunes to match.
Here’s a little piece of Nau to take with you, wherever the sunshine may bring you. And whatever your mood, there’s a little something for you. A summertime mix curated by us, just for you. Check out the youtube videos below or link to our continuous playlist on spotify. Enjoy.
In recognition of National Bike Month and all the awe-inspiring and secret places our bikes take us, we’ve teamed up with our Partner for Change, People for Bikes, to find out what inspires you to get out and ride. Here’s a peek into where we like to go.
Share where your bike takes you on Instagram for the chance to win the ultimate commuter kit— a Tern Joe C21 foldable cruiser and $250 of Nau apparel. To enter, hit the road and tag your Instagram photos—from urban landscapes to alpine vistas – with #MyBikeTakesMe. Don’t forget to include @NauClothing and @PFBcrews so we can check out where you go.
The contest ends May 29. Winner will be announced May 31st. Winner must choose product by June 30th. Full rules here.
Caleb Bushner (Nau Facebook Fan): #MyBikeTakesMe to Bernal Heights Park at sunset.
To commemorate bike month, we took a small group of friends on a curated bike tour from Manhattan to Brooklyn. Each stop along the way brought to life our unique perspective on sustainability, craftsmanship and the modern, mobile lifestyle. Here’s a quick glimpse into our pedal-perfect day.
We started at HUB in the West Village where we were each fit with our custom Dutch-inspired Brooklyn Cruisers. While the week’s sunny weather had taken a turn, it only added to the spirit of the tour. Most of us simply put on an extra layer with a Dose Jacket or Motil Trench, and we were on our way.