American Made Tools for the Garden by Fisher Blacksmithing
Tuli Fisher is a full time blacksmith in Bozeman, Montana. He graduated from Montana State University with degrees in Museum Studies and History. Since 1999 he’s been hand forging garden tools and studying traditional tool making in various settings. In 2003 Tuli worked with a community-supported agriculture (CSA) farmer who trudged through the early spring snow to ask Tuli to repair tools for him. After fixing the tools and making even better ones, Tuli had discovered a new passion for his blacksmithing skills- making his own collection of garden tools!
In addition to making fabulous garden tools, Tuli is a horseshoer with over 12 years of experience. Tuli has demonstrated traditional blacksmithing techniques at Conner Prairie Settlement in Indiana and the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, MT. he’s a member of the British Artist Blacksmith Association as well as the Artist Blacksmith Association of North America.
Tuli is now wholly focused on building fine garden tools in Montana with his wife and two Australian Shepherds. Although he occasionally pines for the bushels upon bushels of the deep red tomatoes grown in warmer climates. Tuli, like any northern gardener has learned to appreciate root vegetables, brassicas, and many other cold tolerant plants.