by Dave Sandersfeld
Arriving in America from Asia, this exotic invader has moved in and forced out native grasses that act as ecological buffers and food sources. Scientists are finding new ways to reintroduce native species with promising results.
by Mechelle McFarland
Along the Snake River Plains, this agricultural center is part of the bigger Mini-Cassia region that is rich in history with a surprising nod to the arts and education.
Orofino Lumberjack Days and the Clearwater County Fair
by Nancy C. Butler
When Orofino has a party you better get ready to get dirty. Lumberjack Days is a rough and tumble competition with lumberjacks from around the world competing for points and prizes.
Eastern Exposure: The Victor Drug Company
by Garth H. Holmes, R.Ph.
Idaho Artifacts: Remnants from Idaho’s Crime of the 20th Century
by Eric Miner
One Spud Short: The Two-Minute Train Ride
by Les Tanner
Idaho Artists: From Twisted Metal Come Works of Art
by Matt Neznanski
Road Tripping: Charles Sampson’s Remarkable Trails
by Kelly Kast
Snapshots: Bear Hunting With an Ax
by James Eavenson
Free Range Verse: Dad’s Old Saddle Bags
by Dave Tingey
IN THIS ISSUE!
American Falls, Boise, Burley, Kuna, McCall, Meridian, Nampa, Orofino, Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area, Victor