Idaho Conservation League

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 days ago

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 days ago

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

New blog articles detected

  • Hurry Up and Wait

    Sign up to receive our weekly legislative updates, Your Voice for Conservation, in your inbox. We'll keep you updated on conservation issues at the Statehouse. The post Hurry Up and Wait appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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  • Why did Troy just tie herself in knots? Ask her

    Editor’s note: This is an editorial by Marty Trillhaase published in the Lewiston Tribune, March 15, 2017, discussing the issue of transparency on public access to state lands. Reprinted here with permission. Let’s just call this the mystery of the Troy Turnaround. As in state Rep. Caroline Troy. Certainly the Genesee Republican was hardly the […] The post Why did Troy just tie herself in knots? A...

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

New blog articles detected

  • Spring into Clean Energy

    To learn more about issues like understanding climate change and taking action, sign up to receive my monthly Energy News in your inbox. Use the "Sign Up for Emails" button in the upper right corner of this webpage. The post Spring into Clean Energy appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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  • Greentips—Let Technology Reduce Your Footprint

    Throughout 2017, we are focusing on lowering our carbon footprint. Join us in this effort! Let’s challenge each other to live life more fully and commit to improving our health, our well-being and our local communities. To make it easier, we offer #greentips in four areas this year—energy, transportation, food and water. January through March is all about reducing energy use. The post Greentips—Le...

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • Swimming Upstream: a Defense of Native Salmon in the Idaho Legislature

    ICL Water Associate Marie Kellner defended the rights of Idaho’s native salmon and steelhead this week at the Idaho Legislature. Here is her testimony. The post Swimming Upstream: a Defense of Native Salmon in the Idaho Legislature appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Surprise

    Keeping half the earth wild or nearly so will take vision... and maybe some dancing. The post Surprise appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • The Legislature Is Pickin’ up Speed!

    Sign up to receive our weekly legislative updates, Your Voice for Conservation, in your inbox. We'll keep you updated on conservation issues at the Statehouse. The post The Legislature Is Pickin’ up Speed! appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

New blog articles detected

  • Investing in Idaho Because “It’s My ID!”

    It’s My ID is one of the most ambitious efforts in ICL’s history. It reflects the growing importance of conservation work in our changing world. An investment in It’s My ID is an investment in Idaho’s future. The post Investing in Idaho Because “It’s My ID!” appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • A Power Awakens: Outdoor Recreation

    Why should Idaho pay attention to a disagreement over an outdoor recreation show in Salt Lake City? The post A Power Awakens: Outdoor Recreation appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Illegal Disposal Wells Should Be Closed to Protect Idaho’s Drinking Water

    The Idaho Conservation League has filed a lawsuit against the Idaho Transportation Department over the agency’s decade-long failure to close down numerous illegal and outdated motor-waste disposal wells that are a threat to groundwater. ICL is represented in this lawsuit by Bryan Hurlbutt of Advocates for the West. What’s The Problem? Motor-waste disposal wells collect […] The post Illegal Disposa...

  • New Research: Idaho may have unlawfully sold hundreds of thousands of acres of state land

    Findings further question claims by politicians that public lands won’t be sold off if given to the state. The post New Research: Idaho may have unlawfully sold hundreds of thousands of acres of state land appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Idahoans at Risk for More Field Burning Smoke

    Everyone deserves to breathe healthy air. This is the principle we start with when evaluating any policy or action that affects air quality. Residents across Idaho—especially children, the elderly, and those with respiratory illness—know how difficult it can be to breathe when field burning is permitted on the Rathdrum and Camas Prairies, in the Magic […] The post Idahoans at Risk for More Field B...

  • Public Lands Takeover—Where Do Things Stand?

    Join with us in a rally to demonstrate support for keeping our public lands in public hands on Saturday, March 4 at the Idaho Statehouse. The post Public Lands Takeover—Where Do Things Stand? appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Defying Common Sense

    Sign up to receive our weekly legislative updates, Your Voice for Conservation, in your inbox. We'll keep you updated on conservation issues at the Statehouse. The post Defying Common Sense appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • More Unwelcome Invasive Species Musseling Their Way into Idaho

    It would be bad news if invasive quagga and zebra mussels successfully spread into Idaho. Inspection stations and boat stickers are key to keeping them at bay. The post More Unwelcome Invasive Species Musseling Their Way into Idaho appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Driving Away Air Pollution

    Electric cars are becoming affordable and practical. Whether they are hybrids or full electric cars, any reduction in fossil-fuel burning protects our local air quality and climate. The post Driving Away Air Pollution appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Garden City’s Chinese Gardens

    Just think if we did have it, of course changed, but with the character of growing large amounts of local food and gathering people. The post Garden City’s Chinese Gardens appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Getting into the Weeds at the Legislature

    Sign up to receive our weekly legislative updates, Your Voice for Conservation, in your inbox. We'll keep you updated on conservation issues at the Statehouse. The post Getting into the Weeds at the Legislature appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Activism, Adrenaline and Staying off the Rocks

    We are in uncharted water. We need to focus on where the water's going—not on the rocks but on the flow. Let’s work together to inspire, inform and empower each other. The post Activism, Adrenaline and Staying off the Rocks appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Around the Next Turn: The Ridge to Rivers Management Plan

    This plan will guide management of the Ridge to Rivers trail system for the next 10 years. We are thrilled to see it through to this point! The post Around the Next Turn: The Ridge to Rivers Management Plan appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Your Monthly #Greentips Challenge: Find out About Community Solar!

    Let's have fun with our #greentips challenge this year! The post Your Monthly #Greentips Challenge: Find out About Community Solar! appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Celebrating the Power of Our Voices

    Sign up to receive our weekly legislative updates, Your Voice for Conservation, in your inbox. We'll keep you updated on conservation issues at the Statehouse. The post Celebrating the Power of Our Voices appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Youtube Video

Generated 1 month ago

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

New blog articles detected

  • Idaho Needs a Strong EPA, but That’s Unlikely Under Pruitt

    Scott Pruitt is not fit to lead the EPA and seeks to undermine the support the agency provides to communities nationwide. This is your chance to speak up. The post Idaho Needs a Strong EPA, but That’s Unlikely Under Pruitt appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Who’s Making Art for ICL This Year?

    We are thrilled to welcome professional photographer Linda Lantzy on board this year as ICL's artist in residence! The post Who’s Making Art for ICL This Year? appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Viva La Rogue Tweets

    As President Trump attempts to silence federal employees and scientists, "rogue" social media accounts are popping up to continue providing scientific facts. Facts are good, and more facts are better! The post Viva La Rogue Tweets appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Idaho Legislature: A Mixed Bag

    After concerned interests came together to oppose proposed oil and gas rules, they were shelved! The post Idaho Legislature: A Mixed Bag appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • A Place of Many Names

    How good it is for Idaho that Idaho can be part of the story of big places where people still tread lightly and sparsely. The post A Place of Many Names appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Calculate Your Footprint for This Month’s #Greentips Challenge

    Join in the fun and make a difference! ICL will be posting #greentips all year to help us lower our impact on the environment. The post Calculate Your Footprint for This Month’s #Greentips Challenge appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Questions and Answers about the Scotchman Peaks

    Without wilderness designation, there is no guarantee that the Scotchman Peaks will continue to be enjoyed in the future the way they are today. The post Questions and Answers about the Scotchman Peaks appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Burnin’, Drillin’ and Hybridin’

    Sign up to receive our weekly legislative updates, Your Voice for Conservation, in your inbox. We'll keep you updated on conservation issues at the Statehouse. The post Burnin’, Drillin’ and Hybridin’ appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Is Fracking in Idaho’s Future?

    ICL is monitoring how the issue of fracking progresses, while still championing clean and efficient forms of energy for Idaho. The post Is Fracking in Idaho’s Future? appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Fish Story—With a Twist

    Idaho Power recently asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to decide about fish reintroduction above the Hells Canyon Complex. The post Fish Story—With a Twist appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

New blog articles detected

  • A New Face at ICL

    ICL welcomes a new conservation associate to our North Idaho field office. The post A New Face at ICL appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • ICL Improves Community Solar Project

    A new community solar project enables more Idahoans to go solar. The post ICL Improves Community Solar Project appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • Urgency and Idaho Sockeye (Part 2)

    The changes that have been made, while necessary for survival of the sockeye, are not enough to restore Idaho's red fish. If we want them in our rivers and lakes, we have urgent work to do. The post Urgency and Idaho Sockeye (Part 2) appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

Idaho Conservation League

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

New blog articles detected

  • Urgent Patience for Salmon (Part 1)

    What can Idaho, and Idaho conservation, do to create a good outcome for the salmon and the river? The post Urgent Patience for Salmon (Part 1) appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

  • What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been

    "We are not fighting progress. We are making it. We are not dealing with a vanishing wilderness. We are working for a wilderness forever.” The post What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been appeared first on Idaho Conservation.

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