A Week of Action for Salmon and Steelhead (April 12 to 16). Get involved!
“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.”
Proposed project threatens water quality and key habitat for fish and wildlife
More work needed to bring back abundant wild salmon and steelhead.
ICL rings in the New Year by welcoming five new members to its team.
An important outcome of this workgroup is the recognition that Idahoans want to restore salmon and steelhead to true abundance.
To date, neither the Idaho Department of Lands nor the Land Board have responded to public input, evaluated alternatives, or modified the proposal.
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.