Yellowstone Grizzly to Be Delisted from the Endangered Species Act

The decision reflects successes resulting from the Endangered Species Act, dedicated conservation funding and public collaboration. ICL remains concerned about state management plans for the species.

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Trump’s Proposed Budget Threatens Public Access

If enacted, cuts could threaten public access, wildlife, fisheries and water quality

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Curbside Compost Collection Has Arrived in Boise!

Curbside compost takes trash and recycling to another level, making Boise a model for other cities around the region and beyond.

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Meet ICL’s 2017 Summer Interns

ICL’s interns support our staff on a variety of important issues and learn more about conservation in Idaho.

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Rocky Barker Surveys the Salmon Equation

Rocky Barker takes on the complexities of the salmon equation in his new series, as Idaho faces the question of how much we want salmon in the heart of Idaho.

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A Win-Win for Hikers and Habitat

Sawtooth National Forest Supervisor Kit Mullen recently talked about ICL’s approach to solving problems and exploring possibilities.

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Note to Perdue, Zinke: no need for politics in Idaho quest to preserve public lands

Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue will be in Boise tomorrow, Friday, June 2.

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It’s My ID—A Successful Campaign

We’ve done it—completed our It’s My ID campaign to double our endowment and create a climate fund for our important energy and water work!

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Forging Ahead on Clean Energy Despite White House Rhetoric

While Idahoans focus on facts and seek solutions, rhetoric from the Trump administration relies on false claims and cynical promises to restore a bygone era.

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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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