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The U.S. Senate passed the Growing Climate Solutions Act (GCSA) on a vote of 92-8. The proposal will now move on to the U.S. House of Representatives for consideration.
With deepening droughts and summer heat settling across Idaho, Friends of Lake Cascade have reported the first seasonal algal bloom in the Boulder Creek Arm Tributary.
The USCAP supports protection and restoration of fish and wildlife habitat within the Upper Salmon River Basin.
“Judge Bush’s decision clearly spells out the important protections requiring dredge miners to abide by rules designed to protect clean water.”
Chairman Shannon Wheeler of the Nez Perce Tribe: “Simpson’s salmon and energy plan is a unique opportunity that should not be ignored nor postponed.”
Gov. Brad Little and USFS Chief Vicki Christiansen will officially open the Idaho Forest Restoration Partnership (IFRP) workshop on Tuesday morning, April 27.
“This new Program will provide real, tangible benefits to the basin’s water quality, habitat, fish, and wildlife.”
To succeed on behalf of salmon, energy, and communities, the Congressional effort needs to advance now. The CBC should throw its support behind Simpson’s proposal.
ICL is hopeful that this proposal brings people together to work to benefit communities in Idaho and the Northwest
“Our hope is that ICL’s local presence allows us to better assist and supplement the great work of people and organizations in the area who are passionate about our shared priorities and goals.”