Take to the trail and learn more about our sustainable harvesting practices.
We don’t call it Trail Soap because you can use it on the trail (even though you can), it’s called Trail Soap because it brings the mountains into your home.
For those of you who want to dig deep into the natural & petrochemical-free fragrance world, you want a better grasp. Let us tell you more! Heck, let us show you more with our workshops!
We teamed up with Meg Mussari of APPRVL to create these hand dyed gift packs! Meg has become a fast friend of Juniper Ridge after participating in our Desert & Denim trade show.
Backcountry is our new everyday line—simple, aromatic formulations for about half the price of our Juniper Ridge products. A fresh, simple, affordable hit of the outdoors.
When planning our road trip up Highway 1 for the Wildflower Tour we knew we had to make a stop in Santa Barbara to visit our friend Steven Soria of Make Smith Leather Company.
We caught up with Kristen Pumphrey of Pommes Frites Candle Co. to hear about how she started such a successful and down right rad business. Read about her inspiration & experience below! If you haven’t already, definitely try out some of their beautiful smelling candles!
We met up with our neighbor and fellow Desert & Denim pack member,
Brian of Endorfin Foods, to see how the hell he makes his chocolates so insanely good.
We knew we wanted to send our new Light Forest Candle out into the world in style, in a vessel that, in every way, extended the story of what we stand for: commitment to craft, expertise, and just the right amount of nerve to allow for some really beautiful things to happen.
He spends most of his time heaving drums of myriad botanical mush across the warehouse against the backdrop of hundreds of vials and beakers.
Celine Thibault, who you may remember as the smurf-handed, good witch of Desert and Denim, standing over her cauldron of boiling plant dye, is the mastermind behind the hand-dye process of Juniper Ridge’s first hemp, wild-dyed tee-shirt.
Juniper Ridge teamed up with longtime friend, Rob Jungmann, owner and founder of Jungmaven to produce a tee-shirt dyed with desert plants.
How is Wilderness Perfume different than conventional perfume? Why did we (as humans) begin to interact with plants and wear their extracts? Was it for purely aesthetic reasons?
If there is one thing you know about Juniper Ridge, it is probably that we make fragrances out of plants we get from the mountains.
Wilderness Perfume is a concept and an ingredient. Everything Juniper Ridge makes is a Wilderness Perfume from our Trail Soap to our Campfire Incense; we call it all Wilderness Perfume.
We have been working on, and producing, limited runs of the Field Lab Wilderness Perfume called Winter Redwood every February for the past four years.
Deserts get a bad rep. Portrayed as barren, unforgiving wastelands devoid of life and water, the Deserts of the American West are always terrifying, monstrous badlands, just waiting to claim their next victims.
We hiked Oregon’s Timberline Trail in Mt. Hood National Forest this past fall in order to create a small batch of beard oil and incense.
R&D Field Lab is our new favorite way of exploring the depths of wilderness perfume.
The wildcrafted stuff inside will transport you from a crowded city street to your favorite mountain trail in seconds.
Check out the inside scoop on how our new packaging was created.