Work Hard — And Laugh

To be clear, there’s not a thing about today’s environmental news that’s funny to me…. But I am all in for humor right now.

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The Next Chapter

In June 2019 I will step down as the Idaho Conservation League executive director. We’ve done many good things together, because it’s been a group effort all along. You have had my back for decades. I am very grateful to you.

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The Pendulum Swings

Our job is to get up and keep moving forward.

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Experiencing Cecil Andrus’ Legacy in the White Cloud Mountains

In the eyes of many, my career revolves around the White Cloud Mountains. While I’m proud of many different things in conservation, my time in the White Clouds is a story spanning 30 years — beginning with my first hike into those amazing mountains as a volunteer activist and continuing to the Oval Office as […]

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EPA’s Pruitt Comes to Idaho

Because of all the incredibly horrible press, I was expecting someone other than who I saw. I expected a bumbler and Scott Pruitt is certainly not that (well, at least when it comes to environmental rollbacks). In short, he’s a pro, and environmental policy is in for a very rough ride.

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The Idaho Primary: Vote Like It Matters on May 15

Democracy is not a spectator sport. We’re living with the fact that elections matter every day. That means your vote matters.

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Abbey, Andrus and 50 Years of Inspiration

Over a span of 50 years, four men loved the West with spirit and passion, and then did things about it.

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Preserve the Best and Conserve the Rest

Rick considers the personal memoir of retired U.S. Forest Service wildlife biologist and former ICL board member Hadley Roberts.

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Leaning into 2018

As we move into 2018, we must do so with strength and resilience, power and purpose. We need your help as never before. Make a year-end tax-deductible gift today!

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Dark Sky: An Idaho Value Is Now a New Idaho Designation

Your support makes new Idaho Conservation League achievements possible.

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