Can the Treasure Valley support more breweries?

Two microbreweries plan to open in the coming months as demand for craft beer — and the number of breweries making it — swells in the Treasure Valley and across the nation. While breweries like Sockeye and Payette brewing are expanding operations, some in the industry say the Valley can’t support this kind of growth forever.

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Dig In: Plant spuds without breaking Idaho law

This is Episode 2 of the weekly Statesman "Dig In" gardening video series. Master Gardener Debbie Courson Smith explains why it's a bad idea - even illegal - to plant a potato from your pantry. Also, basic planting tips. (Video by Katy Moeller)
kmoeller@idahostatesman.com
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