Celebrating Ten Years of Adventures in North Idaho

For ten years running, ICL’s North Idaho office has helped eager adventurers explore the spectacular trails, lakes and rivers of our region. Through our Adventure Series, hundreds of residents and visitors have laced up hiking boots, picked up a paddle, or hopped on a bike to revel in the spectacular lands and waterways of North […]

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Breaking the Carbon Pollution Cycle with Solar

Summer remind us that Idaho gets lots of sun, making solar power a good deal.

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ICL’s Wilderness Steward Program Off to a Fast Start

Launched just one month ago, the ICL’s Wilderness Steward program is off to a fast start. So far, volunteer stewards have visited all four of central Idaho’s wildernesses.

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Trail Plan a Blueprint for a Connected Community

“A well-planned trail system creates a more livable community and . . . can encourage residents to be healthier and more active.” — Bonner County Trails Plan

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Big Win for the Boise River

Federal court rules, for the second time, that approval of the CuMo Mine exploration project violated federal law

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Meet ICL’s Summer Interns

Idaho Conservation League’s 2016 summer interns have already been busy!

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Inspiration High Above the Peaks

An aerial vision of the Sawtooth peaks offered artist Josh Udesen a sense of mystery and inspiration that he then translated to canvas and paints.

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Wilson and Woodwell

Pat Ford on two new books that help “put Idaho conservation in some earthly context.”

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Drain Fields Pooh-poohed in Bonner County

This is the latest in a trend toward deregulating building and land use in Bonner County with little to no public input.

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Court Sides with BPA in Albeni Falls Suit

The court upheld a decision authorizing flexible winter power operations at Albeni Falls Dam despite a challenge from ICL.

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