A Power Awakens: Outdoor Recreation

Why should Idaho pay attention to a disagreement over an outdoor recreation show in Salt Lake City?

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Activism, Adrenaline and Staying off the Rocks

We are in uncharted water. We need to focus on where the water’s going—not on the rocks but on the flow. Let’s work together to inspire, inform and empower each other.

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New Year Brings New Challenges for Idaho Conservation

Help us enter 2017 with the momentum you’ve come to expect and that the future of Idaho deserves.

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What’s Ahead Is Like an Idaho River

You don’t enter rapids focused on the rocks. And likewise, focusing on the rocks is not how ICL will keep moving forward.

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Why I’m Thankful

We may not know exactly what’s ahead, but even in uncharted territory there are many things to be thankful for. ICL is going to face 2017 with both great determination and gratitude.

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Native Home of Hope

While the election makes the fragmentation of our society obvious and blatant, it makes the need for our work focused and urgent. Idaho remains a home of hope. Today we’re back at work.

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Ken Robison, One of Idaho’s Passionate Defenders

ICL member, journalist, author, and former Idaho state representative, Ken Robison was a conservation advocate for decades in Idaho.

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Connections Run Deep in ICL Community

ICL Executive Director Rick Johnson reflects on the depth of connections evident at a dinner honoring the late Idaho conservation champion, and Idaho Conservation League founder and friend, Scott Reed.

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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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Idaho Gives, Idaho Cares About Conservation

Yesterday Idahoans across the state demonstrated their support for Idaho’s nonprofits because they love their Idaho. But Idaho Gives is a lot more than money. It’s also community—and Idaho’s conservation community is clearly growing.

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