Introducing Edible Aspen’s new editor, Laurel Miller

June 17, 2016
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Laurel Miller, editor
Laurel has contributed to Edible Aspen since 2008, Photo Courtesy of Dram Apothecary

When Edible Communities first launched in 2002, I was a fledgling food and travel writer running a cooking school and farm tour program out of my home in Berkeley. I’d received my Culinary Arts degree (from Johnson & Wales University’s now-defunct Vail campus; I’ve lived in Colorado off-and-on for 20 years) in 1996 with the goal of educating the public about sustainable agriculture and seasonal eating. Edible Communities is the editorial embodiment of what I was hoping to accomplish. I began writing for Edible Aspen in 2008, and the magazine—and many of its subjects—are a key reason why I relocated to the Roaring Fork Valley in 2014. It’s an honor to helm a publication so deeply aligned with my work, ethos and heart. If you have tips or story ideas please drop me a line at

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