Rudolph Is Feeling the Heat!

Our changing climate can seem overwhelming, making any simple actions we take seem meaningless. Nothing is further from the truth. Let’s all make smart choices so we can save Rudolph’s home!

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Sage-Grouse: Under a New Threat

Weakening the sage-grouse plan would ignore years of conservation work; discourage conservation efforts; increase uncertainty for states, counties and citizens; and ultimately lead back to a listing decision.

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Forest Discussion Moves To Senate

The Senate should prioritize funding for fuels-reduction efforts around communities, boost funding for roads and trails, expand the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program and fix the wildfire budget.

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The Keepers of the Wilderness

This year’s wilderness stewards are tallying up impressive numbers at the end of their season—but the numbers can’t tell the whole story.

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Forest Service Approves Protections for Great Burn, Other Areas

The decision protects about 200,000 acres of proposed wilderness and ensures that areas like the Great Burn remain available for congressional designation.

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Critical Juncture for the Salmon-Challis Forest Plan

Do you love Borah Peak? The Salmon River? The Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness? The U.S. Forest Service is seeking feedback—this is your chance!

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Have You Heard ICL’s Wild Idaho! Podcast Yet?

We’ve got a new way to tell ICL’s stories.

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Judge Affirms Protections for Proposed Wilderness Areas

The decision helps to protect some of North Idaho’s limited candidates for wilderness.

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Introducing Haley Robinson—ICL’s New Development Assistant

A familiar ICL face has returned, this time as a full-time staffer!

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An Idaho Coloring Book

Volunteer artist Cindi V. Walton has created an Idaho coloring book for young and old.

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