Our Own Climate Idaho, Part 2

Part 2 of Pat Ford’s thoughts on what Idahoans should do about climate change.

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Be an Advocate for Idaho!

As a monthly donor, you allow us to be effective and steadfast in our conservation work.

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Escape from Between a Rock and a Hard Place

An update on the adventures of ICL’s field assistant, Avery Shawler.

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Cleaning Up after Idaho Power

Pat Ford describes the process involved in cleaning up and cleaning up after Idaho’s largest utility.

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How to Spread the Word in Ketchum

This summer, ICL has five dedicated canvassers from all over the valley helping to inform Wood River Valley residents about conservation topics.

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Idaho on Adventure Map with US Bike Route 10

This spring, the official U.S. Bike Route 10 was designated through North Idaho—a continuation of the route established last year in Washington.

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Keep the Clean Energy Boom Going

As they stand now, Idaho’s energy rules promote the development of clean energy. Our utilities would like to change that though. Find out how they want to do that and what you can do to “keep the playing field level.”

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Clean Air Wins Again

The second most powerful court in the country just rejected polluters complaints and upheld the EPA’s new ozone pollution standard. Another win for public health and clean air.

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In His Own Words—Peter Lovera

Peter Lovera, our 2015 artist in residence, attended his first Wild Idaho! conference at Redfish Lake this May. Find out what he means when he says, “It’s an energy, a feeling that pulls you deeper into purpose and peace.”

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Transition Time

Our Courtney Washburn will be leaving ICL to serve as the new executive director for Conservation Voter for Idaho.

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