Fall 2017

Fall 2017 – The Habitat Issue

Contributors include by Patti Murphy, by Karen Bossick, by Cheryl Haas, by Kira Tenney, by Kate Hull, by Gwen Ashley Walters, by Sarah Linville, by Dick Dorworth, by Bryant Dunn, by Matt Furber, by Jennifer Liebrum
table of contents
Right inside Ketchum!
By by Patti Murphy
And what a view!
By by Karen Bossick
Cool tips from the experts
By by Cheryl Haas
Small, local farms offer nature’s bounty
By by Kira Tenney
A love of craftsmanship
By by Kate Hull
Bringing a vision to life
By by Kate Hull
Celebrating local food
By by Gwen Ashley Walters
Nutritional strategies for athletic success
By by Sarah Linville
The importance of pre-season ski conditioning
By by Dick Dorworth
Where to go, what to bring for fall backpacking
By by Karen Bossick
Soldier Mountain to expand trail system
By by Karen Bossick
Fishing after the flood
By by Bryant Dunn
The Gravel Grinder takes to the back roads
By by Kira Tenney
Valley cities face a complex puzzle of jobs, housing, and long-term viability
By by Matt Furber
Living off the grid in Idaho
By by Matt Furber
The Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley builds a new animal welfare campus
By by Patti Murphy
In its 28th year, the Sun Valley Jazz Fest continues to light up the Valley
By by Karen Bossick
Lawrence Fodor’s efforts to rewrite outdated mythologies through art
By by Jennifer Liebrum
By by Gwen Ashley Walters