The Idaho Botanical Garden has expressed concern that Outlaw Field, pictured, would take a hit from concert competition at Ann Morrison Park. “While we understand that it may not be the intent of the city of Boise to negatively impact the financial stability of the Idaho Botanical Garden, it is not possible for a small nonprofit organization ... to compete with the resources and the subsidization of a concert series hosted at a city park,” executive director Erin Anderson said in a media release.
The Idaho Botanical Garden has expressed concern that Outlaw Field, pictured, would take a hit from concert competition at Ann Morrison Park. “While we understand that it may not be the intent of the city of Boise to negatively impact the financial stability of the Idaho Botanical Garden, it is not possible for a small nonprofit organization ... to compete with the resources and the subsidization of a concert series hosted at a city park,” executive director Erin Anderson said in a media release. Katherine Jones Statesman file photo
The Idaho Botanical Garden has expressed concern that Outlaw Field, pictured, would take a hit from concert competition at Ann Morrison Park. “While we understand that it may not be the intent of the city of Boise to negatively impact the financial stability of the Idaho Botanical Garden, it is not possible for a small nonprofit organization ... to compete with the resources and the subsidization of a concert series hosted at a city park,” executive director Erin Anderson said in a media release. Katherine Jones Statesman file photo