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Farms & Ranches

The Wood River Valley region’s abundant farms and ranches are part of our local heritage and fundamental to our economy, culture, and quality of place. Agriculture is a way of life here, the fabric that has supported rural communities for generations. From animal products such as lamb, beef, and cheese to barley and beans to a wide range of fresh fruits and vegetables, our region produces nourishing seasonal offerings for every palate.

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1,000 Springs Mill

Regenerative, organic food shipped to your door. Third-generation farmers who are practicing regenerative, organic farming and striving to educate consumers about healthy food. Our mission – Healthy People. Healthy Future.™

A+ Ranch

We strive to nurture the gift of land and animals that we have been blessed to steward. Organic is the foundation of our practices which ensures safe and ethical food

Agrarian Harvest

Agrarian Harvest Agrarian Harvest is a small farm located in Buhl, Idaho, operated by John and Becky Klimes along with their family. We are serving our community by producing the

Alderspring Ranch

Here at Alderspring, our mission is to raise the highest quality grass-fed organic beef while restoring remote mountain landscapes and coexisting with Idaho’s wildlife. Our beef is 100% grass-fed and

American Ostrich Farms

Ostrich tastes just like premium beef but has a richer nutritional profile and a dramatically smaller environmental footprint than any other red meat. American Ostrich Farms’ vertically integrated and family-operated

B&G Produce

Bea Sloan and Greg Greenfield had more than 45 years of experience in producing fresh fruits and vegetables. What started out of necessity to feed a growing family grew into

Big Lost Beef

Big Lost Beef We have a cow/calf operation. We have 200 mama cows. We are GAP and IMI Certified. We sell beef locally at Kraay’s Market and NourishMe. We are

Brasil Beef

Brasil Beef raises American Wagyu cattle slowly, gravitating towards purebred Wagyu. We strive to closely follow the Japanese traditions and treat our animals with the best of the best and

Buckwild Beef

Hormone Free, Pesticide Free, Needle Free. Buck Wild Beef is locally raised on multiple pastures around Blaine County and beyond. Our animals are part of a regenerative farming and ranching

Buttercup Farms

We are a mother-daughter team growing cut flowers on a two-acre homestead just north of Hailey. We practice all-natural farming techniques. Our flowers are sold by the stem, as mixed

Deer Creek Berry Farm

Deer Creek Berry Farm started as a blueberry farm in 2010 and we were certified organic in 2018. We have blueberry u-pick mid-July through mid-September. We also have a farm

Desert Mountain Grass-fed Beef

Desert Mountain Grass-fed Beef is a family of ranchers growing 100% grass-fed and -finished Akaushi beef while caring for our environment. We work together as a co-op of like-minded families

Drinkers of the Wind

Drinkers of the Wind is a family horse ranch and alfalfa/hay farm that is transitioning to a regenerative agroforestry farm. In addition to producing a variety of fruits, nuts, vegetables,

Ee-Da-Ho Ranch

We are focused on utilizing regenerative agricultural techniques to regenerate the ecosystem and provide healthy, sustainable, economic local food products.

Ernie’s Organics

Ernie’s Organics grows nutrient-dense organic food using regenerative agricultural practices, farming in a manner that promotes and demonstrates respect for the farm’s family, employees, customers, and community. Owners Judy and

Groves Country Farms

Here at Groves Country, we know that we’ve been blessed with this farm and we take pride in being great stewards of it. As fourth-generation farmers, we value the hard

Hale Land and Livestock

Hale Land & Livestock offers pasture-raised pork grown in the Lost River Valley. We raise our pigs naturally on open pastures. Berkshire, Large Black Hogs, and Mangalistas are our preferred

Hillside Grain

Located at the headwaters of Silver Creek, Hillside Grain’s custom-made stone mill, along with state-of-the-art sifters and roller mill, results in high-extraction flours that retain germ and bran, preserving the

Hyndman Peak Beef and Cattle Co.

Hyndman Peak Beef & Cattle Co. is a first-generation regenerative-based ranching operation specializing in grass-fed and -finished Highland beef in south central Idaho. They provide 100% grass-fed and regeneratively raised

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Ironwood Mycology

Ironwood Mycology uses the latest scientific methods and technology to sustainably grow gourmet mushrooms in Richfield, Idaho. In the spring and fall, we also forage wild specimens that can be

Itty Bitty Farms  

A family-owned farm and greenhouse operation that specializes in micro greens, salad greens, herbs, and other veggies. Products are grown locally and organically in Blaine County and sold at the

Kasota Hydroponics

Kasota Hydroponics is a hydroponic greenhouse located in the sunny Magic Valley. We grow a variety of greens including lettuce, basil, arugula, and micro greens in a hydroponic solution, providing

King’s Crown Organic Farm

King’s Crown Organic Farm is one of the original 11 organic farms certified in the early 1990s. Owner/operator Nate Jones has mastered the growing and harvesting of organic row crops,

Koehn Trout Farms

Koehn Trout Farms is a family-run egg-to-fillet trout business. Our goal is to provide our customers with the freshest, best-tasting trout on the market. Our ‘fresh trout’ are taken from

Lava Lake Lake

Lava Lake’s wild range, grass-fed lambs are raised by seasoned shepherds in the Pioneer Mountains, where they graze on the natural bounty of a vast and biologically diverse landscape. The

Lookout Farm

Lookout Farm grows diverse, high-quality vegetables fit for both home and restaurant kitchens. Owners Briana Swette and Simon Neely cultivate three acres using soil-building and “beyond organic” cultural practices, planting

Northern Latitude Foods

Using airboats to harvest the rice allows us to navigate the shallow waters and delicate ecosystems with minimal impact, ensuring that we leave the environment as we found it. We

Oasis Market Farm

Oasis Market Farm has been serving the Wood River Valley communities for the last seven years. We grow a variety of fresh, naturally grown produce, and our homemade oat burgers

Peters Family Farm

Peters Family Farms is located just a few miles north of the Snake River Canyon in Jerome County. Offering u-pick and pre-picked berries, fruits, and vegetables in the Magic and

Prairie Sun Farm

Fairfield is home to Carol Rast at Prairie Sun Farm. What began as a backyard garden passion eventually grew into over a one-acre garden. Specializing in items ideal for farmers

Raw Life Farms

Raw Life Farms desires to work with nature as a companion to produce the most natural and healthy farm products available. These include raw milk products from our dairy herd

Red Star Ranch

We raise grass-finished/grass-fed beef and pastured poultry to help manage our lands while producing high-quality meats. We offer bulk purchase or individual cuts of beef, pork, and chicken in the

River Road Farm

Idaho’s only commercial citrus farm. This 11-acre paradise is nestled in the canyon of Idaho’s “banana belt.” River Road Farm is a family-owned operation. We pride ourselves on growing seasonal,

Riverence Provisions

Riverence rainbow and steelhead trout are responsibly farm-raised in our land-based farms in Idaho’s Magic Valley. We’re an “Ocean Relief” producer…one that takes every precaution to protect wild salmon and

Shelly and Mike’s Flowers and Produce

Shelly and Mike’s is located among the Thousand Springs watershed, nestled along the bottom of the Snake River Canyon. We grow amazing flowers and produce on less than five acres

Shooting Star Farm

Shooting Star Farm broke ground in the spring of 2000 in Hailey, Idaho, with husband and wife team Dan Freeman and Carol Murphy at the helm. A tiny one-acre farm,

Silver Oaks Farm

We are a small family farm with a big focus on fresh and home-grown. We love raising registered Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats and offer a variety of goat milk products.

Six Fold Ranch

We are a family-owned ranch raising Scottish Highlands on the Camas Prairie. Our practice focuses on being stewards of the land and our livestock using a regenerative approach. We raise

Southern Idaho Culinary Mushrooms

Southern Idaho Culinary Mushrooms (SICM) started with a single morel mushroom in Pine, Idaho, during the pandemic. From there, owner and grower Brady Boteilho dove into mushroom research, from foraging

Squash Blossom Farm

Squash Blossom Farm is a small, sustainably managed vegetable farm. Owner-farmers Sara Berman and Ed Zinader strive to provide fresh seasonal vegetables to the Wood River Valley. We foster a

Swift River Farm

Swift River Farm is a small, but mighty, certified organic garlic, seed, and vegetable farm, run by Jeremy Shreve and Jessica McAleese in Salmon, Idaho. Each season, they work hard

Tara’s Healthy Garden

We have grown a large garden every year using regenerative and permaculture principles. The method we are using decreased our water use in the garden to one-third of what it

Thomas Cattle Company

Thomas Cattle Company raises premium, all-natural Angus beef in Idaho and Oregon. TCC beef contains no added hormones or antibiotics, ever. We offer individual cuts, bundles, and beef shares to

Tubbs Berry Farm

Tubbs Berry Farm is a small family farm specializing in berries, gourmet seed garlic, beekeeping, winter squash, and sustainable products produced on the farm. Our mission is to provide opportunities,

Waterwheel Gardens

Waterwheel Gardens is a small farm owned and operated by the Williams Family on the Emmett Valley’s east slope, near the beautiful Payette River. We grow a wide variety of

Wild Flora Farm

Wild Flora Farm grows beauty right in your backyard! This quarter-acre farm grows sustainable cut flowers for any occasion. Madie Deffe is going into her third season of growing flowers

Wild Spaces Farm

Wild Spaces Farm is a fledgling raw milk, grass-based, micro dairy located in Glenns Ferry, Idaho. We are avid learners of nature and passionate about stewarding within an ecological framework

Wood River Ranch Beef

Wood River Ranch is a locally-owned and -operated family ranch. We are located seven miles south of Bellevue, just off of Highway 75. We produce 100% grass-fed and grass-finished natural

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Certifications like USDA Organic or NON-GMO Verified can provide consumers with transparency, but they don’t tell the whole story about the farmers behind the label. To highlight the practices and offerings from our local food businesses, we added another layer of transparency to the Locally Grown Guide. In each listing, you’ll see certification logos and our own set of icons that highlight practices beyond the outside traditional certifications.

Agritourism – The producer offers on-farm experiences. This may include overnight stays, farm tours, u-pick, or volunteer work opportunities.

 

Chemical-Free – The producer does not use synthetic chemicals including insecticides, fungicides, and synthetic nitrogen in their production systems.

 

Coffee Shop (CS) – The business offers a full-service coffee bar experience.

 

CSA Shares – The producer offers a community-supported agriculture (CSA) program. Customers invest in the operation early in the year and in return, receive a share of fresh produce at intervals throughout the growing season.

 

Dining – The business offers an in-restaurant dining experience.

 

Farmers Market Vendor – The producer has a stand at a regional farmers market.

 

Flower Bouquets – The business offers fresh-cut, locally-grown flowers.

 

Local Beverages – The business offers beverage choices from Idaho producers.

 

Pollinator-Friendly – The producer provides pollinator-safe habitats including native plants, hedgerows, or a variety of foliage throughout the growing season.

 

Storefront – The business offers an in-person retail shopping experience.

 

To-go/Take-out/Deli – The business offers foodstuffs to conveniently enjoy at a separate location.

 

Vegan & Vegetarian Friendly – The business offers options for those whose diets exclude animal products.

 

Webstore – The business offers online ordering.

 
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USDA Certified Organic – The producer is certified by the USDA National Organic Program. Product contains at least 95% ingredients grown, handled, and processed without pesticides, other synthetic chemicals, or fertilizers and includes no bio-engineered or genetically engineered ingredients.

 

Certified Naturally Grown –  The producer is certified by a private entity to verify practices including no use of synthetic herbicide, pesticide, fertilizer, or genetically modified organisms. Livestock are raised humanely with access to pasture and space for movement. 

 

Animal Welfare Approved – The producer is audited yearly to ensure that livestock are provided with continuous access to pasture or range, are not put on feedlots or in cage confinement, and are not subjected to the use of hormones or preventative or growth-promoting antibiotics.

 

Non-GMO Project Verified – The producer has received a third-party verified certification that guarantees that products don’t contain genetically engineered ingredients above a set threshold.

 

GAP Certified – The producer has gone through a voluntary USDA audit to demonstrate their compliance with food safety requirements and verify that produce is grown, packed, handled, and stored as safely as possible. 

 

Idaho Preferred – The producer is a member of the Idaho State Department of Agriculture and certifies that the product was grown and/or manufactured within the state of Idaho.

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The Wood River Valley Locally Grown Guide

The Wood River Valley Locally Grown Guide is a free marketing tool for businesses who grow, use, and promote locally grown food. The Guide reaches over 15,000 people annually.

Being listed is free for your business and only requires filling out a short survey.

Once approved your local food business will appear immediately on locallygrownguide.org and in the 2024 Locally Grown Guide printed edition.

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