A Week of Action for Salmon and Steelhead (April 12 to 16). Get involved!
The Idaho Legislature is considering a bill that would codify design regulations for new gyp stacks without groundwater monitoring requirements…
“This new Program will provide real, tangible benefits to the basin’s water quality, habitat, fish, and wildlife.”
If the Montana legislature votes to repeal the standards, Montana and Idaho will be left with no ability to protect Lake Koocanusa and the Kootenai River from Canadian mining pollution.
Protecting one of Idaho’s truly special places.
The Centennial Mountains are not a good place for an intensive exploration drilling program and certainly not a good place for a gold mine.
A contaminated waste rock pile and problematic tunnel continue to pollute the East Fork of the Big Wood River, nearby wetlands, and potentially waters further downstream.
The Idaho Legislature is preparing to convene in the midst of a historic, deadly pandemic. Advocates, minority party leaders and the Governor have called for a postponement as COVID-19 vaccine …
We thank the members of the Montana Board of Environmental Review who approved these safeguards for water quality and fish in Lake Koocanusa and the Kootenai River.
Any limits that Montana approves will benefit water quality and fish downstream in Idaho.
“Despite Midas Gold’s campaigns claiming they will ‘Restore the Site,’ they are here for the gold.”