Photo by Shawn Gust, The CDA Press
You can raise chickens (and your own farm fresh eggs) in Post Falls?
Residents are allowed to raise as many as 10 chickens (hens only; no roosters) on any single-family detached residential lot as long as setback requirements can be met. (Contact the Planning division for more information: 773-8708)
Post Falls has a Community Garden where you can grow your own vegetables?
The Post Falls Community Garden allows individuals and families who might not otherwise have the opportunity to grow their own vegetables. The Community Garden enriches lives by incorporating hands-on experiences and education, as well as increasing the amount of locally grown food, providing new life skills, a sense of accomplishment and environmental consciousness.
Smartphone Apps and Websites make tracking your healthy life style easier! Just enter the name below in your app search and give them a try!
- Calorie Count (www.caloriecount.com)
- Fitness Buddy
- iTriage Health (www.itriagehealth.com)
- Lose it!
- MyFitnessPal (www.myfitnesspal.com)
- Sparkpeople (www.sparkpeople.com)
- WebMD (www.webmd.com)
Most of the area ski resorts have partnered with select gas stations to offer special discounted lift tickets?
For locations and info check out www.skiandridesuperthursday.com.
Area bike shops can provide information on trails and organized group
Walking is a gentle, low-impact exercise that is accessible to just about everybody.
It’s safe, simple and doesn’t require practice! The health benefits are many and all that is required is a good pair of walking shoes.
There is a farm in Post Falls that sells to the public.
Cable Creek Farm sells raw milk, cheese, and pork. They are located at 3866 S. Stateline Road. For information, call 208-773-3202 or visit their website at www.cablecreekfarm.com!