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This impressive, nearly complete structure, is located midway between the Boise River and the future Rotary Grand Plaza. The Plaza and Pavilion celebrate our heritage as an agricultural and natural resource industry state.·Stone pavers circle outward from a tree, commemorating familiar and not so familiar brands of family ranches, agriculture-related businesses, industry associations and individuals who support the project.· To the west of the plaza, stands the pavilion, with stamped, tin gables representing an agricultural scene.· The wall of the restroom, east of the plaza, features an Idaho map by local artist Irene Deely, commemorating Idaho counties and various agricultural and natural resource commodities associated with our great state.
Above, right: Executive Committee member Senator Larry E. Craig and Project Director Diane Davis Myklegard at a ribbon cutting for the Agriculture Plaza and Pavilion in the fall of 2011.
Left: The Wealth of Idaho Agriculture sculpture, by Boise artist Irene Deely
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Take a virtual tour of our wonderful park. Learn more about what the park has to offer now. Then see what we are adding for the future.
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