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JUNE 2014 | BRAVAMAGAZINE.COM 11 CONTRIBUTORS TERI BARR | "CHANGE IS A CHOICE," P. 52 Teri is a multimedia feature writer, radio host and award-winning journalist. Her work appears in local and regional publications, along with news and webcasts at the national level. Teri's dream home and garden project: "I want a beautiful, calming outdoor space my grandmother would be proud of. She was an incredible gardener and could turn a boring spot of yard into a true outdoor sanctuary." EMILY LEAS | "EXTRA ROOM, EXTRA LIFE," P. 48 AND "EMBRACING NEW VIEWS," P. 50 A freelance writer and frequent BRAVA contributor, Emily enjoys running and writing as escapes from her hectic eight-to-five work life. Emily's dream home and garden project: "The back of our house is a barren wasteland of dirt and a couple of dead hydrangea bushes. I would love to turn it into a lush landscape of shade plants and colorful perennials." ALISON MCDOLE | ILLUSTRATION FOR "MUSE," P. 32 Currently working as an elementary art teacher for the Milton School District, Alison graduated from UW-Madison with a bachelor's in fine art and a master's in art education. She lives in Stoughton with her husband, Zach. Alison's dream home and garden project: "I dream of a completely edible backyard and a landscape that is also sustainable." ANN GARVIN | "A HOME IMAGINED," P. 32 Ann is the author of "The Dog Year," and "On Maggie's Watch," novels published by Berkley Penguin. She teaches health at UW- Whitewater and writing at Southern New Hampshire University. Ann's dream home and garden project: "Recently I've been obsessed with dreams of building a tiny little writing house in the backyard (or out somewhere in the middle of a field)." KAIA CALHOUN | PHOTOS THROUGHOUT Kaia means "earth" in Norwegian—a name she lives up to by tree hugging, dog loving and nature walking. She shoots honest photography—real people, real colors and real life. Kaia's dream home and garden project: "I'm excited to get started on a winter garden at my new house. I'll be able to provide fresh produce for my family all year round." OTHER CONTRIBUTORS WRITERS | Kathy Brozyna, Corey Dane, Kari Hegeman, Britni McDonald, Leigh Mills, Anne Morrissy, Karin Wolf PHOTOGRAPHERS | Bobbi Petersen, Shanna Wolf 1 ½ ounces Prairie Organic Vodka ½ ounce lime cordial 3 fresh mint leaves Top with soda water Pour vodka and lime cordial into a lowball glass filled with ice. Top with soda water and garnish with mint. PRAIRIE ORGANIC BOOTLEGGER E N J OY I N M O D E R AT I O N © 2 0 1 4 P ra i r i e O r g a n i c Vo d ka , 4 0 % a l c . / v o l . ( 8 0 p r o o f ) , P ra i r i e O r g a n i c G i n , 4 0 % a l c . / v o l . ( 8 0 p r o o f ) , P ra i r i e C u c u m b e r F l a v o r e d O r g a n i c Vo d ka , 3 5% a l c . / v o l . ( 7 0 p r o o f ) . D i s t i l l e d i n B e n s o n , M N . B o t t l e d b y E d P h i l l i p s & S o n s , P r i n c e t o n , M N U S A .

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