Stephanie, aka Chefanie, is a sous chef here at Nova - the backbone of and support system of the kitchen. Her spirit animal is a bear because of its strength, confidence and healing abilities. Her favorite Nova dish changes every week, but she’s usually a member of #teamsavory.
Allison’s spirit animal is a redwood tree because it’s tall and strong, just like her. Allison has an almost indescribable gift that we just call “it.” She is unflappable, patient, and cares endlessly for her Nova family. Allison minds the details for us, encourages her coworkers, and inspires us all to work a little harder, simply by example. She’s special to each of us, and always takes the time to let us know we’re special to her, too.
Ashley is a new addition to the Nova family, and we already know we can expect great things of her. Originally from California, she came to Bozeman for school and the great outdoors. Her spirit animal is a baby puma and her special skill is that she can roll her tongue into 3 loops! Her favorite Nova dish is the Turkey Hash with Cheesy Scrambled Eggs, and she’s a member of both #teamsavory and #teamsweet. When she’s not working at Nova, she’s running, hiking, or studying.
Courtney, aka Glover, aka G. Love manages our front of house staff and hands out affection and guidance in equal measure. Her smile is the sweetest we’ve ever seen, and her lighthearted playfulness is infectious. She has a big, loving heart and acts as the mama bear to our entire crew. She works hard while making it look easy, and her absence is noticeable when she’s gone.
Peter’s astrological sign is coniferous and his spirit animal is a sea turtle. His special skill is hammocking in high places. His greatest accomplishment is replicating his grandma’s pie, but he’s #teamsavory all the way and his favorite Nova dish is the Forbidden Hash.
Local Bozeman artist James Weikert is an architect by day, and by nights and weekends he paints bold, graphic landscapes that feel like paint by numbers modernized. With strong lines, bright colors and abstracted but identifiable landmarks, he represents his favorite outdoor places.
Shaggy Bear Farm is hard to describe. Not even pictures can fully do it justice. It's a local farm using a pioneering new technique called Vertical Farming. Housed in two 40 foot long shipping containers under a roof covered with solar panels, the whole operation is the size of a small barn yet it contains a whopping 8000 plants.