Bode Miller and Sister Kyla - Good as Gold




Above: Photo by Charlie Burke Olympic skier Bode Miller and his family have been the recipients of some less-than-upbeat press in recent years, but behind the scenes the extended Miller Clan has been doing a lot of good that hasn’t gotten so much exposure. Case in point, the Turtle Ridge Farm and Foundation, which has been producing certified organic produce and livestock and facilitating Franconia’s first Farm to Restaurant initiative. The foundation promotes and supports community health, local sports and sustainable living. It has contributed financially to the North Country Boys and Girls Club and the Lance Armstrong Foundation, and runs the annual Bode Fest at Bretton Woods, benefitting the adaptive ski program there.
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