What people are saying about Local Food Alliance 

Since beginning our work in 2013, our organization, projects and events have been featured by a variety of local media outlets.

October 2017
AmeriCorps Member Hopes to Inspire Youth With Food Choices

September 2017
HarvestFest Returns Bigger & Better (Sun Valley Magazine)

Going “Local” With Annual HarvestFest (KMVT)

Celebrate the Harvest with Food, Games & Music (Idaho Mountain Express)

HarvestFest to Include Expanded Food Fair & Market (Eye on Sun Valley)

September 2016

Wood River HarvestFest Even Brings Them Out of the Firehouse (Eye on Sun Valley)

Wood River Valley HarvestFest Returns September 17 (Idaho Mountain Express)

Wood River Valley HarvestFest Pairs Local Chefs With Local Foods (Eye on Sun Valley)

June 2016

Building a Backbone (Edible Idaho, Summer 2016, p. 16-17)

School Lunches Go Sustainable (Sun Valley Magazine, Summer 2016, p. 52-53)

April 2016

Local Food Alliance Merges with Institute for Resilience (Idaho Mountain Express)

Sun Valley Institute & Local Food Alliance Announce Merger (KMVT)

Growing Food for Thought (Idaho Mountain Express)

LUNCH LOVE COMMUNITY: School Food Film to Be Shown (The Weekly Sun)

February 2016

St. Thomas Playhouse Brings New Musical to Schools (Idaho Mountain Express)

January 2016

Syringa Mountain School Expands Lunch Program (Idaho Mountain Express)

December 2015

Nixing Tater Tots for ‘Brain Food’ (Eye on Sun Valley)

Speaking Up for the Local Food Movement (Healthy Kids Idea Exchange)

November 2015

Learn About the Power of Food at Farm-to-Table Dinner (Eye on Sun Valley)

Take a DIVE! (Idaho Mountain Express)

Creating Something Yummy Out of Throwaways (Eye on Sun Valley)

October 2015

Creating Something Yummy Out of Throwaways (Eye on Sun Valley)

Waste Not, Want Not (Idaho Mountain Express)

Digesting Food Waste–From Share Tables to Orphan Bananas (Eye on Sun Valley)

Behind the Cupboards in the Wood River Valley (Eye on Sun Valley)

September 2015

Hemingway Elementary Students Launch FarmRaiser Fundraising Campaign (KMVT)

May 2015

Natural Food, Natural Beauty: “Unprocessed” Photography Exhibition (The Weekly Sun)

Photographer Highlights Food as Art (Twin Falls Times-News)

A Closer Look at Unprocessed Food (Idaho Mountain Express)

April 2015

Food Alliance to Screen Locavore Doc (Idaho Mountain Express)

Thursday’s Film to Challenge Viewers to Look at Food Habits Differently (Eye on Sun Valley)

Local Mobile Poultry Processing Unit (Dayle’s Community Cafe)

New Non-profit Aims for Economic Resiliency (Idaho Mountain Express)

March 2015

Syringa Offers Students Wholesome Lunches (Idaho Mountain Express)

October 2014

Fed Up with the Food Industry? (Idaho Mountain Express)

In addition, be sure to look for our bi-weekly “Local Food for Thought” column in The Weekly Sun.

To schedule an interview, contact Communications Director Stacy Whitman at stacy@localfoodalliance.org.

“The wonderful thing about food is you get three votes a day. Every one of them has the potential to change the world.”
– Michael Pollan