Restoring the Range: Reseeding Idaho, Ecologists Seek A Blend of Native and Non-Native
by Pat Rohleder
With advances in land management science over the decades, use of native and non-native seeds has become more sophisticated.
by Shelley Neal
A fourth-generation rancher near this community on the Salmon River surveys a history of innovation and endurance.
What About the Music: How America’s First Basque Music Archive Developed in Idaho from an Offhand Comment
by Teddy Khteian-Keeton
The moving force behind the creation of America’s first Basque music archive chronicles its extraordinary genesis in Idaho.
Comment: How to Begin?, By Steve Bunk, Managing Editor
Idaho Image: Lake Ice, By Gregory Johnston
Cover Story: Throw Your Own; A Storefront Potter In Spirit Lake Avoids The Craft Show Crush, By Ralph Bartholdt
Hemingway in Idaho: One Hundred Percent Papa; In Sun Valley during the 1940s, Hemingway and His Image Were Difficult to Disentangle, By James Plath
Reminiscence: Man on the Move; In Dad’s Rambling Lifetime, American Falls Was Just One Stop, By Les Tanner
Waiting for Winter, By Karen Finnigan
Prized Possessions, By Ward Stevens
Making Toys, ByWallace J. Swenson
Airport Interlude, By Wendy Kurdy
Recipe Contest: Beef Tenderloin with Easy Cranberry Balsamic Sauce, Recipe courtesy of the Idaho Beef Council; Pierogies, by F. Ruth Thacker; and Uncle Mickey’s Northern Italian Beans and Pasta, by Greg Grasso
IN THIS ISSUE!
American Falls, Boise, Filer, Hauser Lake, Idaho Falls, Lucile, Salmon, Shelley, Spirit Lake, Sun Valley