Outreach & Awareness

Locally Grown Guide

A free printed and digital guide to all things local food in the Wood River Valley region.


Printed & Online Food Guide

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Community Solutions

We're excited to announce LFA's newest project: The Wood River Valley's first Locally Grown Guide!


The Wood River Valley Locally Grown Guide invites you to experience the farms, food businesses and organizations that create the distinctive flavor of our community. Published annually, our free guide connects residents and visitors to high-quality seasonal food produced in our regional foodshed.

Why is this so important? With the majority of our food being imported, and the majority of our farmland used to grow food for export, most of our food dollars are lost to the industrial agriculture system. We can change this to create a thriving community with greater farmer income and healthier air, water, soil and people as we benefit from the availability of fresh, nutrient-dense foods.

By supporting local farmers and food businesses, we can each do our part to guarantee an ample supply of nourishing food for our community; ensure vibrant and prosperous farmers markets; preserve farmland; and scale up regenerative agriculture to maximize food quality and combat the global climate crisis.

Your one-stop resource for eating local, the Wood River Valley Locally Grown Guide includes information on farms and ranches, farmers markets and CSAs, retail outlets, restaurants serving locally grown foods, and more. The colorful printed booklet will be available for free on local magazine stands, in visitors' centers, the Wood River Farmers Market, and other high-traffic locations starting May 20, 2020.

A digital edition of the guide is available at Localfoodalliance.org/food-guide.


Our heartfelt thanks to the following individuals and businesses who helped make the inaugural 2020 guide possible.

SOWER LEVEL - $2,500

Felicitas Funke

Idaho Lumber & Hardware

Sue Engelmann, Berkshire Hathaway



Atkinsons’ Market

Mason Family Restaurants

Quin and Peter Curran


bungalow munch organic granola

John Sofro, Berkshire Hathaway

Konditorei Bakery & Café

Pride of Bristol Bay

Zenergy Health Club, Spa & Boutique


Andrea & James Lieberman

Café Della

Cookbook Restaurant

Glow Café

Hillside Grain


Perry’s Restaurant



Show your support of local farms and ranches by becoming a sponsor of the 2021 Locally Grown Guide!

For more information or to become a sponsor, contact Stacy Whitman at stacy@sunvalleyinstitute.org.


The 2020 Locally Grown Guide has already gone to print! If you have a local food business or organization that supports local food, we invite you to submit a free listing to our digital guide.

If you are a local food farmer, rancher, producer or food artisan, please fill out the following survey: https://forms.gle/fGEqkq3BmEM6G92T9

If you are a local food retail store or access point, please fill out the following survey: https://forms.gle/XHBoPY6zPPdPb7m38

If you are a restaurant or caterer sourcing local, please fill out the following survey: https://forms.gle/XgSdV95RoQdMrB4a8

If you host a community food-related event, please fill out the following survey: https://forms.gle/ABpEkNYm6HcojM4S9

If you are a community resource, please fill out the following survey: https://forms.gle/dArbn5iSRTQL8iSm7


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