With degrees in Museum Studies and History, it’s no wonder Tuli Fisher has made a business from objects created millions of years ago. Soon after the blacksmith began hand-forging garden tools and studying traditional tool making, Tuli began working with a farmer who trudged through an early spring snow for help repairing some tools. After fixing them, and making even better ones, Tuli discovered a new passion for his blacksmithing skills, and a collection of gardening tools followed.
Tuli lives in Bozeman, Montana with his wife and two Australian Shepherds. Although he occasionally pines for the deep red tomatoes grown in warmer climates, he, like any northern gardener, has learned to appreciate root vegetables, brassicas, and many other cold-tolerant plants.