Summer 2016

Summer 2016 – The Raw Idaho Issue

In the Summer 2016 issue of Sun Valley Magazine, we feature the best of “raw Idaho”—voices from the Nez Perce tribe, the original kayaking pioneers of Idaho, seven natural wonders of the state, and the reconciliation of wolves in the West. You’ll also find our guide to kids summer camps, the best in summer music festivals, natural remedies to try at home, and a guide to the most scenic lakes hikes our area has to offer.

Contributors include by kira tenney, by kelly hennessy, BY Kelly Hennessy, by cheryl haas, by lisa carton, By Adam Tanous, by laurie sammis, by patti murphy, by jon duval, by margot ramsay, by matt furber, by bryant dunn, by karen bossick, by julie bramowitz, by gwen ashley walters, by taylor holden
table of contents
Seeking Water, Finding Presence on River Day Trips
By by kira tenney
A Celebration of Fall Connects Food, Music and Friends
By by kelly hennessy
Places Spectacular and Diverse Across the Gem State
By BY Kelly Hennessy
Artisanal Ice Creams that Delight
By by cheryl haas
Valley Teens Excel in Competitive Horse Jumping
By by lisa carton
Contemporary Native American Art Delights and Surprises
By by cheryl haas
Wolves, People and Reconciliation in the West
By By Adam Tanous
Voices From the Land of the Nez Perce
By by laurie sammis
Tall Tales from Those Who Were There First
By by kira tenney
How Volunteer Pilots Fly Thousands of Animals Out of Death’s Reach
By by patti murphy
Former SEAL Team Six Member Continues Serving Brothers-in-Arms
By by jon duval
Local Food Alliance Partners with Valley Schools
By by margot ramsay
St. Luke’s Brings Cancer Care Closer to Home
By by matt furber
Lisa Wild Leads Wood River Valley Hospice into the Future
By by bryant dunn
Natural Remedies in the Native American Tradition
By by cheryl haas
Spectacular Hikes to Alpine Lakes Abound
By by karen bossick
Trip atop Gentle Giants Offers a New Perspective
By by karen bossick
POWER Engineers at 40
By by matt furber
Valley Entrepreneurs Pick Up Where Sports Retailing Heavyweights Left Off
By by julie bramowitz
New Construction Brings Vibrancy to the Valley
By by karen bossick
Artist James Cook Brings a Unique Sensibility to Painting the Natural World
By by julie bramowitz
Aurobora Gallerist Michael Liener Rethinks the Artist Residency
By by julie bramowitz
The Gem State Is the Latest Upstart in the Wine Industry
By by gwen ashley walters
Caitlin and Derek Tie the Knot in Starry Sun Valley
By by taylor holden
Emily and Ladd Celebrate at Trail Creek Cabin
By by taylor holden
Caitlin and Brian Keep It Classicly Charming
By by taylor holden