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The Wilderness Act was passed 50 years ago. Let's celebrate!
Mining in the Boulder-White Clouds still remains a threat today.
Jansen Rinck, our summer intern in Sandpoint, talks about his experience with ICL.
For immediate release: Earthjustice, on behalf of Idaho Conservation League and partners, filed suit against the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to issue key rules mandated by the Superfund Act (the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, or CERCLA).
This week's mining catastrophe in British Columbia is a tragic example of why ICL's vigilance in monitoring mining operations in Idaho is so critically important.
Runoff from farms and communities is our nation's biggest water quality challenge.
ICL's outreach intern Caitlin searches for her place in the conservation community.
ICL intern Hannah's third year of law school, second summer in Boise, and first float down the Boise River: Putting it all together.
Recently released draft federal rule fixes a flaw in the "2005 Travel Management Rule" that made management of snowmobiles optional. But it does little for human-powered winter recreation or sensitive wildlife. The U.S. Forest Service is now taking comments on the draft rule.
The Ada County Landfill is finishing up a year-long study detailing what we throw away.
A Riggins-based miner has applied for a 5-year commercial riverbed lease in a popular section of the Salmon River. The mining operation could impact up to one mile of the riverbed in habitat designated for the protection of endangered species.
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.