The Wood River Valley’s 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.
Free listings provided to over 100 regional food businesses from farmers to community food organizations.
5,000+ residents and visitors reached with information on sourcing and eating local food.
Dive into exploring our region’s local food. From growing your own food at home to enjpying locally-sourced meals at area restaurants, Locally Grown Bingo will have every member of your family discovering a new local favorite. Download an official bingo card here or pick up a copy of the Locally Grown Guide around the Wood River Valley and start playing today.
Submit a photo of your winning bingo card and one of you completing a Locally Grown Bingo activity for a chance to win a delicious locally grown treat.
Our meet your farmer series connects consumers to the farmers, ranchers and food artisans raising delicious regional foods. Monthly sessions introduce farmers, their growing practices and their products to a wide audience.
All past Meet Your Farmer Events are available on our YouTube channel.
$5,000+: Julie A. Wrigley Foundation
$1,000 - $5,000 - Jim and Wendy Drasdo, Kim Castellano, Felicitas Funke & Hyndman Peak Beef & Cattle Co., Jeri L. Wolfson Foundation
Under $1,000: Becky Klassen and Buck Drew, Erik Vorn