Legislative Update: Governor Says Climate Change Is Real

Gov. Little said it himself — climate change is real. It’s been a wild week for the legislators, passing their first bill and debating funding for wolf hunts.

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The Importance of a Story, Part 2

How to create your own powerful story in 3 steps.

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The Importance of a Story, Part 1

Every time you share your experience on how conservation has improved your life in Idaho, or express your gratitude for clean air, water and land — you help Idaho value these important things.

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Legislative Update : ‘Tie-ing’ Up the Session’s First Week

Get caught up on what’s happening the first week the Idaho State legislators are back in session! From water to traps to ties, we’ve got it all!

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Government Shutdown Threatens Idaho Steelhead Season

The federal fisheries biologists who were working to keep Idaho’s steelhead season open have been deemed “non-essential” by the Trump administration and were furloughed. ICL writes to Gov. Little in the hope that he agrees with us: Idaho families that depend on healthy runs of salmon and steelhead are essential. These people matter, their jobs matter and these fish matter.

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Saddle Up! It’s Time to Ride

ICL is back at the Statehouse for the new legislative session. Idaho’s newly sworn in Gov. Brad Little laid out his legislative and other priorities in his first State of the State Address today. As he noted, he’s got a lot of work ahead of him.

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Work Hard — And Laugh

To be clear, there’s not a thing about today’s environmental news that’s funny to me…. But I am all in for humor right now.

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An Artist’s Year in Review

As the year comes to a close, we’d like to share some of our artist in residence’s reflections and images with you!

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Challenges and Rewards of Watercolor

ICL 2018 Artist in Residence Jessica L. Bryant shares her thoughts on some of the ways in which painting with watercolor is unlike anything else!

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Let’s Give Sawtooth Salmon a Chance

The Forest Service has long recognized that these diversions likely harm salmon and other fish facing extinction.

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