I tend not to have New Year’s resolutions. I visualized futures, and I set them free like seeds on the wind. It can be argued that good intentions are worthless without action. I would contend that creating and holding beautiful, positive, hope-filled images, is a positive action that makes an actual difference. The mind is the builder. A beautiful and fertile garden or a loving home was first created in the mind. The results I envision will first be created in the minds and hearts of the people, and in the minds and hearts of the children, who will grow into the builders of the future.
Click to read Badger Bill’s first-hand account of his family’s 2007 visit to Soler Romero, Badger’s organic extra virgin olive oil in Spain.
There’s no such thing as a free lunch… or IS there? Click to discover the origins of Badger’s lunch program, and what Badger Bill thinks about it!
Badger Bill muses on cultivating tolerance, kindness, and generosity in the new year. Click to read a personal message to our kindred spirits everywhere!
Happy new year to all of our kindred Badger spirits out there. Click to view a special message from Badgers Bill, Katie, Rebecca, Emily & Maya!
Badger’s company culture is inspired by generosity, fun, integrity, and respect. Paying a living wage is a part of being respectful and generous.
“One never really knows what’s next in life, but I believe it’s possible to dream, imagine and plan for the ideal.” -Badger Bill on business development.
Happy New Year from Badger Bill, Katie, Emily, Rebecca and Maya: “We’re talking to you from our house in Gilsum New Hampshire, a town of 800 people. However we sell Badger all over the world. It’s amazing to us that…
I’m sitting by the front door at Badger, writing and reflecting on the previous 20 years. October is Badger’s birth month. October of 1995 is when I first went store to store in my lime green carpenter’s van selling our…
This week, members of the House of Representatives are getting ready to vote on the anti-GMO labeling bill H.R. 1599, appropriately dubbed by opponents as the Deny Americans the Right to Know – or DARK Act. According to Just Label…