Board of Directors
Idaho Conservation League board of directors
Idaho Conservation League Board of Directors
|Elaine French (Chair), is from Ketchum and Picabo. She can be found on the ski slopes in winter, and fishing, hiking or gardening in summer.
|Paul Cunningham (Vice Chair), Boise. "Over 50 years ago when I first came to Idaho I said, 'Wow, this is a special place.' I'm on the ICL board because Idaho is special."
|Kahle Becker (Secretary), is a private practice attorney from Garden City, Idaho. He enjoys hunting, fishing, skiing and whitewater rafting.
|Perry Brown, (Treasurer), Boise. Perry spends the majority of his time living and working in Boise, and enjoys as much time as possible in the outdoors on public lands near Boise and in the Teton Valley.
|Tanya Anderson lives in Victor, Idaho, where she is the executive director of Teton Valley Community Recycling. When not working to keep our environment clean, she can be found hiking, biking, trail running, and skiing the most beautiful places in Idaho.
|Jerry Brady, Boise. Jerry is a newspaper guy from Idaho Falls who backpacked the Sawtooths for 23 years with his favorite uncle, Robb Brady, and other pals—and is not done yet.
|Mark Daly, Boise. Mark is a fifth generation Idahoan and enjoys back country skiing in McCall and cycling the Boise Foothills. Preserving Idaho's outdoors and recreation culture as a legacy for three adult children is the primary goal for him and wife Vickie.
|Lori Gibson Banducci, Boise. "My husband and I moved to Idaho in 1979 and raised our three children here. We want Idaho to always be a place they want to come back to. I am proud to be a part of an organization that works intelligently and collaboratively to insure a bright future for Idaho's wilderness, wildlife and water."|
|Steve Mitchell, Hailey. Steve has been a publisher, editor and author, and has lived in Idaho's Wood River Valley for 25 years. He and his wife Louisa live in Elkhorn area. Their current high mark for counting elk from their kitchen window is 97, set in 2011.|
|Tom Page lives in Hailey with his wife Molly, two children and one large hound. Tom works on conservation ranching in the Upper Salmon River Basin and is a member of the advisory board for the Blaine County Land, Water & Wildlife Program. He enjoys hunting, trailrunning and collecting books on conservation and the West.|
|Buddy Paul, Coeur d'Alene. Buddy splits his time between Coeur d'Alene and Ketchum. This all Idaho all the time means lots of skiing, fishing and sailing.|
|Julie Richardson, Hailey. After looking at many towns in the Rockies, Julie and her husband moved to Idaho five years ago because of its physical beauty, clean environment and incredible outdoor recreational opportunities.|
|Mike Richardson, Naples. Master arborist and forestry graduate Mike helms a tree care business in North Idaho. For many years, he was Assistant Chief for his local fire department. Now, he contracts his water tender fire truck to the Forest Service during wildfire season. When not in trees or behind a nozzle he is in his garden, orchard or off-grid home. This is Michael's ninth and final year on the board.|
|Kim Trotter, Driggs, was raised in eastern Idaho and now lives in Teton Valley, Idaho, with her husband and two children. Whenever possible, she loves to ski, trail run, mountain bike, and generally play and rejuvenate in the Tetons and on eastern Idaho's rivers.|
|Margrit von Braun, Moscow, is an environmental engineer who enjoyed 31 years as a University of Idaho professor. She and her husband Ian von Lindern founded TerraGraphics, Inc. and the nonprofit TerraGraphics International Foundation, which works around the world to reduce exposure to hazardous contaminants. Margit and Ian are always happy to come home to Idaho's exquisite nature.|
|John Warren, Boise. "My love for my granddaughters and wanting them to have a world worth living in leads me to support ICL and all it does. It is not about what I get to enjoy in our beautiful mountains but what the legacy is for those who will come behind us."|
|Not pictured, Kim Marshall, Sandpoint