The Idaho Center for Sustainable Agriculture (ICSA) is a 501(c)(3) organization formed to promote local and sustainable food communities through research, collaboration with farmers, and the expansion of local food distribution.
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Upcoming Events

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2016-Symposium

Past Events

 

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2016

  • Aquaponics Workshop August 17th-20th, 2016 – Snowed Inn – 2250 West Lake St., McCall, ID, 83638
  • Grazing Field Day, Saturday June 18th – Hosted at Mcintyre Farms – Caldwell flyer
  • Polyfaces: Boise Film Screening – Boise, ID.

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2015

  • Grazing Field Day June 27th, 2015 –  The ICSA was a proud sponsor of this event. It featured sessions by Jim Gerrish, Steve Campbell, Marlon Winger, Glenn Elzinga, John Snider, Brad McIntyre, Pam Holloway and Dennis Merrick. Thank you to everyone who came out to support this event!  Download flyer
  • Kegs4Kause January 19, 2015 – The ICSA was proud to be sponsored for yet another year by Payette Brewing Co. for their Monday night Kegs4Kause event. It included an exciting raffle, and the money we earned has helped fund the expenses of our AmeriCorps VISTA for the 2015 year. Thank you to all those who came out and supported us!

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2014

  • 2014 Sustainable Agriculture Symposium November 18, 2014 – It was a huge success seeing over 340 registered attendees and Gabe Brown and Joel Salatin as our featured keynote speakers.
  • 2014 Pre-Symposium Networking Event November 17, 2014 Bittercreek Ale House hosted ICSA for its meet-and-greet with the two keynote speakers for the symposium, Gabe Brown and Joel Salatin.
  • Kegs4Kause Monday April 21, 2014 – The ICSA was proud to be sponsored by Payette Brewing Co. for their Monday night Kegs4Kause event. An evening of beer drinking and agriculture talk. Can a fundraiser get any better?
  • Green Fest Sponsor April 19, 2014  – We were happy to sponsor a booth at the Green Fest downtown in Boise, and it was a great event with many interesting conversations!
  • Networking Event April 10, 2014   The ICSA hosted a great event at the Fork restaurant in downtown Boise. Drinks were served and it was a great chance for people to network and talk sustainable agriculture!

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2013

  • 2013 Sustainable Agriculture Symposium November 14, 2013 – The second year of this event brought out a great crowd, and Wenonah Hauter was the keynote speaker.

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2012

  • 2012 Sustainable Agriculture Symposium October 24, 2012 – The first annual symposium was a great event with keynote speaker Michael Pollan in attendance.

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2011

  • March 24, 2011 – The Idaho Center for Sustainable Agriculture is granted its 501(c)3 non-profit status!
  • Business Name

    Triangle C Beef

    Farm Description

    Triangle C Beef is a smart pasture operation producing 100% pasture-raised and Grass-Finished Beef without using antibiotics, hormones, pesticides, GMOs or ethanol by-products. I cater to consumers who recognize the exceptional health value of clean, all-grass-fed beef. And why grass? Omega 3's come from the green leafy parts of plants! And grass helps me sequester carbon.

    I have years of knowledge and experience in my breeding and selection process to insure tender beef on your plate. This breeding program is centered around Red Devon, an exceptionally tender breed.

    Here at Triangle C Beef, I raise beef with a focus on the superior health benefits for the earth, for the animals and for humans that come from grass that is grown and harvested in an animal and earth friendly manner. My practices ensure healthier, more flavorful, environmentally regenerative beef for you.

    "Country Organic" rings true to the practices and ideas on my farm and I can assure you my beef is as natural and clean as it can be in this "modern world". Triangle C "NO GRAIN" beef is produced with uncompromising integrity, strict standards, and a relentless pursuit of tender, flavorful, healthy beef. Thank you for supporting a local, non-GMO ranch!

    Location

    2365 Echo Avenue Parma, Idaho 83660 One hour West of Boise 4 miles south of I84 of Hwy 95 on Echo Avenue

    What do you Grow?

    Healthy soil, nutritious grass and deliciously healthy and happy grass-finished cattle.

    Where can you get it?

    Boise Farmers Market (10th and Grove) every Saturday from early April until the end of October. Farm sales are available.

    Website

    http://trianglecbeef.com/

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  • Business Name

    Get Your Goat On

    Farm Description

    Get Your Goat On manages a small dairy herd specializing in goat cheese making.

    Location

    1327 Hwy 95 Mesa, Idaho 83643

    What do you Grow?

    Raw unpasteurized chevre cheese.

    Where can you get it?

    Boise Capital City Public Market
    McCall Farmers Market
    208.741.2071

    Website

    http://www.elkhornbnb.com

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    We offer advertising in exchange for donations of any kind.

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