Field & Stream

Local hunters find a deeper connection to the land. “Go afield with a good attitude, with respect for the wildlife you hunt and for the forest and fields in which […]

How to Become a Hunter

The following are rules and regulations to get started in the sport. Thinking of getting into hunting? The Nevada Department of Wildlife is your go-to source for information about hunter […]

Fungus Among Us

Meet local farmers sprouting mushrooms in the high desert. The dryness and extreme temperatures of the high desert certainly are not ideal conditions for humidity-loving mushrooms, but that hasn’t stopped […]

The Sporting Life

Upland and waterfowl hunting links locals to wild foods. Tucked into an outcropping in the West Humboldt Range is Lovelock Cave. Not far from the intermittently dry lakebed of the […]

Grow food, not lawns (or parking lots)

Reno-Tahoe urban farms foster community connection. The front yard of Mark Hebert and Becky Jessee’s Midtown Reno home is bursting with life. Green beans climb homemade trellises, Cherokee purple tomatoes […]

Feeling Hot Hot Hot

Nashville hot chicken lands in Reno-Tahoe. Nashville may be more than 2,000 miles away, but the flavors of Music City’s spicy fried chicken have found their way to Reno-Tahoe. Usually […]

Roadside Eats

Postal Cafe cranks out comfort food in a converted gas station. Tucked away on the east shore of Washoe Lake, Postal Cafe is a local hub for scuttlebutt and from-scratch […]

Some Assembly Required

Reno-Tahoe businesses innovate during the pandemic with take-home kits. Pivoting has been the name of the game for restaurant and bar owners during the pandemic, and one creative solution to […]

The Art of Pie Decorating

In just a year, Reno piemaker goes from novice to artist. Home baker and local piemaking expert Kathie Nyberg has a confession: If she had to choose a dessert to […]