Sep. 24, 2015

Canyon County Co-op Comes to Life

by Marissa Lovell

Big ideas grow in the Boise Valley everyday. Sometimes, those ideas must be uprooted and replanted in a greener meadow. That is the course taken by the Canyon County Co-op, who has gone from seeding a dream to cultivating a reality.

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Jan. 13, 2016

Canyon County Co-op Set to Open Jan.19

The Canyon County Co-op is set to open its doors to the public next Tuesday, January 19. To say Canyon County is excited for their new co-op is an understatement. Organizers initially anticipated selling 600-700 memberships at $65 apiece by opening day, but approximately 1,500 people had signed up by the end of the first week of January—with more memberships being sold every day. 

May. 31, 2016

Springtime at the Boise Farmers Market

The Spring Market

It's springtime in Boise and it's beautiful to see all of the local vendors bringing their produce and goods to the Farmer's Market. Guy Hand, an award-winning photographer and videographer, captures it perfectly in this video.

Oct. 2, 2015

New Farm-to-Table Fine-Dining Restaurant to Open in Eagle this Weekend

Le Coq d’Or describes itself as “Idaho’s first farm-to-table fine European dining experience.” 

That’s a mouthful, even for a restaurant.

But the concept behind the intriguing newcomer at 176 S. Rosebud Lane in Eagle really  is that carefully considered — and ambitious. Grand yet cozy, the restaurant seats 66. It’s housed inside the upscale Chateau des Fleurs, a 21,000-square-foot event center next to the headquarters of cosmetics and body-care products company Camille Beckman.

Le Coq d’Or is about savoring the moment, says Roshan Roghani, vice-president of Camille Beckman.

“Our intention is to create a memorable experience where guests can slow down, enjoy their evening and be present in the celebration of life,” she says.