Evan Dayringer and Britten Stringwell
From the February, 2014 issue
They've created a line of raw energy bars, established a small farm, and revived the "Yellow Barn" community arts venue. But Evan Dayringer, thirty-two, and Britten Stringwell, thirty, agree that their latest creative collaboration--the arrival, eight months ago, of daughter Liipa Daywell--has brought a new sense of "organization" to their myriad endeavors. "I
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