Summer’s the Perfect Time to Explore Alternative Transportation Options

Walking, biking, buses….oh my! There are plenty of alternative transportation options out there. Discover your favorite this summer!

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Another Month, Another Desperate Attempt to Bail Out Coal

The Department of Energy wants to force purchases of coal and nuclear power. With the abundance of affordable, reliable clean energy options in Idaho, investing Idaho’s energy dollars in our own resources instead of out-of-state coal plants is the right strategy for our state.

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ICL’s Annual Celebration — Wild Idaho!

It’s an incredible honor to spend a full weekend with people like you, learning, getting inspired and having fun!

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Idaho Gives Is Tomorrow — Thursday, May 3!

Hear it straight from the ICL staff — how does your gift to ICL on May 3 make a difference?
And why is Idaho Gives so important for ICL?

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Join Us for Idaho Gives on May 3!

Celebrate Idaho’s amazing nonprofit organizations and support the work of ICL to protect the air you breathe, water you drink and land you love.
Idaho comes together online on May 3 — be a part of it!

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Announcing 2018 Summer Projects for Owyhee Wilderness Stewardship Program

Looking for exciting summer volunteer opportunities? Explore our upcoming projects in southwestern Idaho wilderness.

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Apply for the 2018 Central Idaho Wilderness Stewardship Program

Ready to get your hands dirty? Our wilderness stewards combine the exploring they love with projects that help protect and support wilderness. Apply by May 15!

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Carbon Offsets — A Step Toward Greener Travel?

Carbon offset has become a buzzword in recent years as travelers look for ways to reduce their carbon footprints. What are carbon offsets, how do they work, and which ones should you purchase?

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YVC: Inching Toward the Finish Line

Until the next legislative session convenes, ICL will identify issues, develop new ideas and connect with decision makers to advance conservation in 2019. After all, it’s only 291 days away!

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YVC: The Other Shoe Dropped

We had a good run: the science standards were finally approved, the roadless commission bill sailed through, and the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act resolution was adopted without debate. So it was only a matter of time before the other shoe dropped. This week it did.

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