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By dreaming up new ways to coach the creative community, these humble scholars are teaching fresh ideas to eager students of all ages.

In our special section on Community Entrepreneurs, we focus on makers, store owners, food enthusiasts, do-gooders, connectors, online communities, renters, lenders and educators who build and strengthen communities while making excellent goods and services.

Wildcraft Studio Chelsea Heffner runs a rural creative classroom that aims to combine traditional arts with a little nature. In 2013, multidisciplinary artist Chelsea Heffner decided to open up her studio in White Salmon, Washington, using the forests and fields as classrooms to teach a variety of programs that creatively dissolve the barrier between nature and our daily lives. “The common thread that links all of our offerings is that each skill requires a certain slowing down and

  • Words:
    Gail O'Hara, Georgia Frances King and Sammi Massey
  • Illustration:
    Sarah Maycock

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  • Words:
    Gail O'Hara, Georgia Frances King and Sammi Massey
  • Illustration:
    Sarah Maycock
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