Hillary Munro moved to Jackson in 1992 with her family to ski for a year, but after a few months her parents decided to make it home. After returning from College in 2000, she worked at the Jackson Hole Land Trust in the Stewardship Department. Creativity runs deep, so after many years with the Land Trust she pivoted from science and opened a gift and lifestyle store, Bet the Ranch, in 2008. She recently closed the doors to focus on her family; husband Mac, daughter Sawyer (6), and son Miller (5), two pups, two ponies, and a small flock of chickens. Because she can’t sit still, she founded Graze Alpine Living in 2015, a destination for inspiring décor, food, gifting and design. When she is not wrangling children she can be found in the mountains, on the trails, and the polo field.
Her passion for the Jackson community runs deep and is an active with St. Johns Health Foundation, Jackson Hole Community Housing Trust, and Hole Food Rescue.