We at Numa Ridge believe that innovative ideas can be molded into powerful solutions for problems facing our world. That's why we launch projects such as Lostone. With it we seek to not only protect public lands for all to enjoy, but also create new public lands through our own profits.
Based in Montana, we've let our Big-Sky-Country values shape who we are and where we are going.
Founder | Chief Creative Officer
Casey Greene is a designer and strategic thinker who works to activate ideas into solutions. After spending over a decade working in design and marketing for nonprofits and agencies, Casey knows what truly drives meaningful projects and campaigns—and it’s not perfecting the social marketing special-of-the-week. It’s how well you connect with the people you’re trying to help.
Casey has launched numerous outdoor projects, including the Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route, and is the founding board president of Bikepacking Roots, a nonprofit dedicated to protecting public lands. He has been labeled a pioneer by numerous outdoor media organizations including the Sierra Club, and was recently named one of 110 people in the outdoors world who have made a difference over the past 110 year by GearJunkie.
Casey lives in big-sky-country Montana, where he loves to run around the mountains with his family.
Founder | Chief Technology Officer
Nathan Johnson is a 15+ year senior C# programmer who can usually be found diving headlong into innovative gaming projects. When not coding his way to a creative solution, he often finds himself in the deep woods, prospecting for lost treasures of all types. He also enjoys building things with mad carpentry skills, plucking on guitars and slowing growing up. Nathan is a co-author of the book Montana Waterfalls: A Guide For Sightseers, Hikers & Waterfall Enthusiasts, a project he lovingly completed with his father.