Trump’s Proposed Budget Threatens Public Access

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

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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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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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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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New Plans Will Affect Your Favorite Public Lands

Local public lands planning efforts across Idaho could affect your favorite trail, camping area, hunting spot or fishing hole.

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Public Lands—Where Do Things Stand?

There is a groundswell of support for public lands—but the threat is real and we need to let our elected officials know that public lands should not be used as a punching bag.

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Finding Optimism and Opportunity

Yes, we’re in a challenging time.

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Idahoans Discuss Why Public Lands Matter

One of the strongest messages I heard throughout the whole day was that one of our country’s best assets comes from public lands in public ownership.

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Only 283 Days to Go!

Fun at the Statehouse is over, but stay tuned for ICL events and requests for action. You’re an important part of our conservation community—and your voice matters now more than ever!

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