Fall 2016

Fall 2016 – The Habitat Issue

Our Fall 2016 publication of Sun Valley Magazine–The Habitat Issue–focuses on the best in home and design. We have dedicated an entire section to not only inspiring dream homes, but also the latest trends in kitchen design, home heating and backyard greenhouses. We also include our usual complement of award-winning writing: stories of people in the Wood River Valley doing remarkable things, not only here, but across the globe. Read about Pegan Brooke’s breathtaking art, the Supreme Court, emerging Idaho performers, sheepdogs, and the ever-expanding adventures available in our backyard.

Contributors include By Laurie Sammis, By Adam Tanous, By Kelly Hennessy, By Patti Murphy, By Max Tanous, By Annika Landis, By Diana Price, By Jon Duval, By Bryant Dunn, By Karen Bossick ; Photography by Josh Wells, By Cheryl Haas; Photography by Heidi Long, By Kate Hull
table of contents
Susan Casey's exploration of water and dolphins
By By Laurie Sammis
Hemingway and Pound and their pursuit of a common aesthetic
By By Adam Tanous
Community School expands residential program with Ketchum Campus
By By Adam Tanous
Winter Sun Horse Park offers new facility for equestrians
By By Kelly Hennessy
Sheepherding dogs and a time-honored tradition
By By Patti Murphy
Living and working in a Brazilian slum
By By Max Tanous
Serenity and self-knowledge through solitude
By By Annika Landis
Robotic-guided, minimally invasive spine surgery provides patient benefits
By By Diana Price
Common causes of back pain and preventive strategies
By By Diana Price
Paragliders and speed flyers enjoy the ultimate view
By By Jon Duval
The joy of upland game hunting
By By Bryant Dunn
Sandra and Bob Swan’s Northwood Retreat
By By Karen Bossick ; Photography by Josh Wells
A Sun Valley home blends a rustic aesthetic with stunning views
By By Cheryl Haas; Photography by Heidi Long
New trends for convenience and style in the kitchen
By By Kate Hull
How globalization can thrive at the local level
By By Kelly Hennessy
The contemplative art of Pegan Brooke
By By Laurie Sammis
A conversation with Justice Stephen Breyer
By By Adam Tanous
Alternative heating systems offer long-term savings and environmental benefits
By By Kelly Hennessy