The draw results are out and if your luck is anything like mine you’re now planning an open archery hunt. While flinging arrows all summer, in the back of my mind I held hopes of trophy archery elk and rifle muley tags. With those firmly behind me, it’s now time to step up and mentally [...]
Tag: Made In Southern Idaho
A young couple spends a romantic evening of their honeymoon floating down an Italian waterway in a Gondola… A group of family and friends gathers around a campfire enjoying marshmallows on the fire and dancing to Bluegrass music… A congregation of a hometown church expresses their faith through praise music… While these three scenes may [...]
Stoker Milk celebrates four generations of family ownership!
“True. Pure. Renew. Authentic. Fresh. Real. Timeless. Simple.” When Jennifer Garcia, 31, of Rupert, Idaho saw a designer fabric with these words printed on it, she knew she had to have it – at least enough to make an apron for her booth at the 2010 Mini-Cassia Craft Fair. To Jennifer, these words perfectly describe [...]
Arno’s Confection Perfection builds business with chocolate bark.
Tom Schiermeier and Ryan Schiermeier, the father/son team of Schiermeier Taxidermy, look at their lives’ work as more than stuffing trophy animal mounts. Whether it’s a teenager’s first pheasant harvest or a Kodiak Brown Bear taken from Alaska’s permafrost terrain during a once-in-a-lifetime hunt, their job is to first, pay homage to the creature at [...]
Snake River Canyon wines mature into multi-million dollar, award-winning industry.
Local Dish Market and Café makes sustainable obtainable.
You’ve seen it hauled out by the truckload. It’s the same outdated stone material your grandfather’s hearth was made out of in the 1970s – or is it? Today, the average homeowner can’t afford to install real stone in or around their home – or can they? We set out to unearth the truth and [...]
Janet Franklin’s handmade soaps are luxuriously simple. Besides a slim label hugging each bar, they are free of packaging and slightly rough around the edges. Their lack of over-commercialization is instantly appealing. Franklin uses a back-to-basics approach to her new business, Seashell Soaps, headquartered in the kitchen of her Buhl home. “I want to have [...]