Stay Safe Out There!

Playing on Idaho’s rivers and lakes is one of the best parts of summer. It’s also one of the most dangerous. Be safe out there!

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Climate Change—Not Always as Obvious as You Might Think

Many effects of climate change are obvious—bigger and more destructive storms, hotter summers and colder winters. But climate change affects us in countless not so obvious ways.

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Save Idaho’s TIGER!

The President has proposed slashing the transportation infrastructure budget, a move that would eliminate the TIGER grants program.

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A Second Railroad Bridge Across Lake Pend Oreille?

The BNSF Railway is moving forward with plans to construct a second railroad bridge across Lake Pend Oreille. The public needs to be able to weigh in on these plans.

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27 National Monuments Are Under Review

The President’s executive order to review national monuments threatens to undermine our most treasured landscapes, including Craters of the Moon in Idaho.

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Two Stopped, Two Closing, Two More to Go

While coal pollution and climate change are hot topics these days, ICL has been protecting Idaho’s air quality for decades.

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Labrador Seeks to Gut Antiquities Act

Tell Rep. Raúl Labrador to rescind H.R. 2284; add why you cherish our national parks and monuments, especially Craters of the Moon.

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Speak Up for Valley County Pathways

Valley County’s pathways are good for the area’s economy and quality of life—voice your support for a new master plan!

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People’s Climate March: An Opportunity to Resist, Build and Rise

The 2017 People’s Climate March—whether in DC, Idaho communities, or elsewhere across the nation and around the globe—was about renewed resolve.

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Time for May in Motion!

Get moving and make Idaho’s communities a better and cleaner place to live and work!

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