Seriously Stressed Steelhead

Worst-ever start to season as low flows, “the blob,” voracious sea lions take toll.

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On the Second Day

Tomorrow, Aug 13, Meriwether Lewis became the first white person to receive the gift of salmon in Idaho.

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Feeling Wild About Rivers?

We’re known as the whitewater state, but only 1% of Idaho’s incredible rivers are actually designated as wild and scenic. Some of our rivers are being evaluated right now—and it’s time to give your input.

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Cleaning Up Light Pollution

Did you know that most people in the U.S. and Europe can no longer see the Milky Way? Here’s why that’s a big deal.

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ICL Artist in Residence Rafts the Salmon River

Linda Lantzy just got back from a week of inspiration and rejuvenation on the main Salmon River.

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Idaho Rejects Dredge Mining Proposals

State agency rules that protection of fish habitat trumps proposed in-stream mining.

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Wild Idaho Means Salmon

Idaho salmon are coming home. Watch a short video by photographer Glenn Oakley and share it.

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Rolling Back Protections for Clean Water

The Clean Water Act protects all navigable waters within the United States—called “waters of the United States”. How do we know if something qualifies?

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Running to Protect Idaho’s Public Lands

Emily is determined not to take our public lands for granted. She’s even running an ultramarathon to show her love for these special places and the Idaho Conservation League who protects them.

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Earthquake Tremors Continue

A couple weeks back I got a wild awakening.

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