lady run :: maker driven :: for your adventures
DIG has been HQed in a single car garage since 2007 and is thrilled to announce we have moved into a new space in the heart of Missoula, Montana. We purchased a midcentury hair salon and are renovating it into a community-centric haven that will hold original art, uncommon gifts, handmade tools, and your favorite textiles.
In addition to the showroom, we are designing a space to teach, learn and connect. We will host workshops, live music, book readings, and whatever else you help us dream up.
Our brick and mortar is @ 2203 S Higgins, Missoula, Mont:
We do not hold regular open hours. However, we are there nearly every day and will flip on that open sign. You see it lit up? Come say hello!
DIG+CO.'s roots are in gardening. In 2007, dig founder Nici Holt Cline started a blog to chronicle her backyard vegetable gardening adventures. She named it 'dig this chick', which was also the name of her gardening business. She hand-selects and vets everything in the shop and the garden collection is one of her faves.
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SOURDOUGH BREAD BAKING
Made to accompany our 5-star online bread baking workshop, this digital guidebook offers a straightforward approach to making artisan bread in your home kitchen. It has everyting you need to get started!
Simple, straightforward, and packed with useful information. This digital guidebook combines Nici Holt Cline’s 25 years of vegetable gardening experience with her passion for teaching others how to grow food.
Let's Go Camping
This digital guidebook includes info on gear and basic camping skills. Filled with tips, activities, games, recipes and more, it is divided into easy-to-navigate sections that will get you and your kin into the woods and under the stars.
“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.”
montana, usa | est. 2007
Based in the mountains of western Montana, DIG+CO. nurtures connection and adventure. We champion makers committed to high craft and celebrate artful objects that invoke ritual. Here, you can count on things made to be used earnestly, and to last a long long time.
Dig cherishes community, values the planet, and wants to teach everyone how to make jam. Happy you're here.