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A proposed project to restore the Clark Fork Delta on Lake Pend Oreille moves a step closer after the project's environmental assessment received a green light.
Join us in Ketchum for a lovely evening slideshow of Ed Cannady's stunning photographs of trails in the Sawtooths and White Clouds.
The Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes — a 72-mile paved bike trail in North Idaho that nearly traverses the state — is another spot to put on your "must visit" list.
Come see the amazing results of the Boulder-White Clouds photo contest on display in Ketchum.
Idaho's trails and backcountry areas are great for getting outside with your dog. Let's keep pets out of traps and snares—here's what you can do.
A 20-mile trail connecting Dover to Oldtown is in the conceptual stage in Bonner County and the public is invited to provide ideas and suggestions for the trail's design and development.
Hey, you. Yes, YOU. Because of your support of ICL, rivers may soon be cleaner all over the country. Thank you!
Air conditioning is a leading cause of pollution from natural gas. Here are four simple ways to beat the heat while protecting our air and your pocketbook.
Sustainability for Boise takes on new meaning as city works through its 2015 budget.
U.S. Forest Service has withdrawn its approval of a major gold prospecting project proposed for the South Fork Salmon River drainage.
Introducing ICL's newest addition to our film series from Alpenglow Press—a video on the Boulder-White Clouds.
The Central Idaho hiking program is in full swing! Join us for a hike this summer.
The Boulder-White Clouds discussion in Idaho matures, and Idaho leaders step up to the plate and invite the administration to come out to Idaho.
We don't know where fires will burn, but we do know where people live. For those Idahoans who live in fire-prone environments — which includes much of the state — we can keep firefighters out of harm's way by preparing our homes and properties.
Michigan researchers have figured out how to extract usable water from manure. Thank goodness! (Seriously.)
Meet ICL's summer 2014 interns.
Proponents of the Astroturf Rebellion (aka Federal Lands Takeover) seem to be the only ones who aren't aware that their proposal is hugely unpopular, counterproductive, unconstitutional and would bankrupt our state.
ICL wins court victory against man who dumps sewage lagoon into South Fork of Palouse River.
The President demonstrates a "muscular conservation policy" as he protects national monuments and advances new climate policies. Let's hope we see more—with the Boulder-White Clouds and as Idaho steps up to meet its Idaho climate goal.
Sandpoint locals team up to restore WWII-era cruiser bike to support efforts to protect the Pend d'Oreille Bay Trail.