Idaho's Snake River valley

Along the banks of the Snake River in Idaho, rows upon rows of broad green leaves soak in the warm summer sun, nourishing the potatoes below. The region's sandy volcanic soil is rich in trace minerals, while mountain streams supply clear water to irrigation reservoirs that keep the potatoes perfectly hydrated. All in all, the Snake River Valley is a slice of potato heaven.

Greg Hirai

The potatoes love the soil here and I love the potatoes, so I work hard to keep the land healthy for them. My ideal potato? Nice size, uniform shape, medium-brown skin. Perfect for fries. Learn More

Nick Cummins

My brother works our farm in Canada, but I stayed here in Idaho. We trade tips, especially when it comes to conservation and sustainability. It’s great having someone to collaborate with, even from 700 miles away. Learn More