Issue Date: May 1, 2017
Sustaining the aquaculture revolution
Travelers crossing southern Idaho may barely register a flash of green piercing the brown, sagebrush-strewn high desert as they zoom along Interstate 84. But those who take a detour west of Twin Falls will see a verdant landscape formed by man and nature.
The area, known locally as the Magic Valley, is like a wide canyon—steep on one side, hilly on the other. At the bottom winds the Snake River. The area boasts lush pastures . . .
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