Summer 2017
Summer 2017
Summer 2017
Contributors include Matt Furber, Bryant Dunn, Laurie Sammis, Kira Tenney, Karen Bossick, Sharon Fisher, Jennifer Liebrum, Staff, Amy Busek, Gwen Ashley Walters, Dick Dorworth, Margot Ramsay, and Jon Duval
table of contents
How philanthropy enriches lives and community
By Matt Furber
Modern-day mining claims
By Bryant Dunn
Ensuring the survival of wild birds of prey
By Laurie Sammis
Valley student Miles Jones explores the world with a traveling kayak school
By Kira Tenney
The Galena Trails Project comes to fruition
By Karen Bossick
Don’t be left in the dark
By Sharon Fisher
Getting out to see Idaho’s remarkable geology
By Matt Furber
Summer Fun on Baldy
By Karen Bossick
Isabella Boylston is an Idaho original and an international gem
By Jennifer Liebrum
Conveying the Conceptual
By Karen Bossick
Changing the world by pushing limits
By Kira Tenney
Three young bikers setting high standards
By Kira Tenney
Land Trust extends Big Wood River access
By Karen Bossick
The new Argyros Performing Arts Center is slated for 2018 opening
By Amy Busek
Drink local
By Gwen Ashley Walters
The complicated simplicity of barbecue
By Gwen Ashley Walters
Richard Odom’s melding of Eastern and Western traditions
By Dick Dorworth
Maintaining healthy skin a mile high above the sea
By Margot Ramsay
The Wood River Sustainability Center keeps it close to home
By Dick Dorworth
The Sun Valley Institute addresses the risks to community
By Jon Duval
A glamorous black-and-white affair
Tying the knot on a gorgeous fall day in Sun Valley
A dazzling summer celebration
An unforgettable fairy-tale ceremony in Stanley