Your Comments Needed Today on Stibnite Gold Mine

As analysis for the project is about to start, a new study finds that 74% of gold mines pollute water.

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New Study: 74% of U.S. Gold Mines Pollute Water

As Congress considers “innovative” mining reform, industry’s track record demands stronger environmental oversight and cleanup funding.

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Risch Seeks Input About Scotchman Peaks

If you didn’t attend an open house, you can still express support for the proposed Scotchman Peaks Wilderness.

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Does Baiting for Wolves and Bears Constitute “Fair Chase”?

Not only is baiting inconsistent with the idea of fair chase, but it creates “nuisance” animals by encouraging unnatural habits.

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Craters of the Moon Safe for Now — More Monuments Remain at Risk

Zinke took two off the list for now, but 25 national monuments and reserves remain under review and at risk.

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Greentip: How to Conserve Water at Home and in Your Community

Conserving water can save you energy and money, and keep our fresh water supply plentiful for current and future generations.

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For the Birds

This is a little story of Idaho Conservation League past suffusing into the present.

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Time to Lead the Way Beyond Coal

The tides are changing in the energy market. Urge Avista to do its part to make Idaho coal-free and invest in clean, affordable, job-creating energy resources.

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Midas Gold Discussion Gets Serious

All the Payette National Forest wants to do is make sure an historically battered and defiled piece of federal land has a fighting chance against the motives of industry.

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Leaders of Tomorrow

ICL is launching a new program to empower the next generation of conservationists.

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