A New Face at ICL

ICL welcomes a new conservation associate to our North Idaho field office.

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ICL Improves Community Solar Project

A new community solar project enables more Idahoans to go solar.

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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.

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Urgent Patience for Salmon (Part 1)

What can Idaho, and Idaho conservation, do to create a good outcome for the salmon and the river?

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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.”

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Searching for Secrets in Southern Idaho’s Mountain Ranges

ICL is partnering with the BLM to inventory the wilderness characteristics of Idaho’s southern mountain ranges.

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5,000-Mile Totem Pole Journey Makes North Idaho Stop

The Lummi tribe is committed to raising awareness of fossil fuel transportation risks and global warming in general.

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A Good Reminder for ICL’s Artist in Residence

Thanks to ARTA River Trips, ICL’s artist in residence was a guest on a wilderness river trip that provided him a special opportunity to get inspired.

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Wilderness Stewards Are Off to a Fast and Great Start!

Extra eyes and ears in Idaho’s new wilderness areas help the Forest Service direct their limited personnel and resources where they’re needed most.

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Innovation and Collaboration Lead to the Dixie Drain

Creativity, forward thinking and collaboration are creating a cleaner river for everyone living downstream. ICL is proud of its part in the collaborative Dixie Drain project.

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