These Roots Run Deep

What we’ve learned is that small changes matter.  If you have one pot and access to soil, you can grow a plant.  If you desire to hunt, you can find a mentor(s) to help you provide quality meat for your family.  If you cut out one bad thing and replace it with something healthier, then you are making the changes to create a better quality of life for you, your children, and the planet.   Staying healthy for the long term is our way of life, and he hope to share it with you here.
— Ryan and Dr. Hillary Lampers- Founders

Hunt Harvest Health Podcast

Where is all started. Listen to Ryan and Dr. Hillary discuss topics such as hunting, gardening, health, and food. By blending their interests, the Lampers provide a bridge for others looking to expand and share this amazing lifestyle.



Stories are what connect us all. Our stories define the deeper meaning of why this lifestyle is important to us and tackle topics that we can all relate to when it comes to nature, health, and the relationships we have with them. These roots run deep.



Wild game, fresh veggies, healing herbs. Food harvested on the mountain, out of the water, or from the garden. This is the best of what nature provides, and we love nothing more than a good recipe. Hunt, Harvest, Health and the recipes that we love.

StHealthy Garden 2018

StHealthy Garden 2018

Gardening is just another tool for self sufficiency that we enjoy.  We don't need to rely on the market to supply what we can grow ourselves.  Just like hunting, gardening, and harvesting of wild foods affords superior nutrition, and a healthy way to teach our children where their food comes from.  Over the season, and through the years of our lives,  we reap the rewards of the planning, preparing, and hard work that growing our own food creates.  Over time, with trial and error, the hard work of gardening becomes a welcome part of spring, summer, and fall, and feeds us through the winter.   There is a huge sense of accomplishment when we move into the summer days and gardening not only offers self reliance, monetary savings, and knowing what's in (or not in) your food, it allows for a sense of accomplishment not found in the grocery store.  We hope to help you know if your willing to put in a little hard work and the time to learn, gardening- large or small- can greatly benefit your families health and sense of accomplishment.    -Ryan and Hillary Lampers

Welcome to the StHealthy Gardens

Welcome to the StHealthy Gardens