Legislative Update: Governor Says Climate Change Is Real

Gov. Little said it himself — climate change is real. It’s been a wild week for the legislators, passing their first bill and debating funding for wolf hunts.

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Legislative Update : ‘Tie-ing’ Up the Session’s First Week

Get caught up on what’s happening the first week the Idaho State legislators are back in session! From water to traps to ties, we’ve got it all!

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Let’s Give Sawtooth Salmon a Chance

The Forest Service has long recognized that these diversions likely harm salmon and other fish facing extinction.

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The Latest on Stibnite Gold Mine

The Forest Service continues to move forward with permitting for the project. Midas Gold has been emphasizing several positive restoration outcomes, but under the current plan, these benefits could be overshadowed by permanent large-scale impacts from the mine layout.

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Idaho Needs a State Track Inspector Before BNSF Second Bridge

Why don’t we have a state railroad track inspector in Idaho? How do we know BNSF is capable of containing an oil spill during spring runoff?

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Idaho’s Snake River Steelhead Fisheries Plan

98.6% of Idaho’s Snake River steelhead die from causes downstream. Of the 1.6% that return to Idaho, only 3.2% of these may die from incidental interactions with anglers.

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Finding Common Ground To Restore the Snake River

ICL is working to make the Snake River fishable and swimmable again. To do that, we must better understand the successes and challenges that impact farmers, canal operators and others who are working to restore the Snake River.

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Idahoans Are Taking Action on Idaho’s Changing Climate

Don’t be disheartened. Act now! We have the time and the ability.

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Sara Dant Takes Us to Church

If you ask Sara Dant why history is important, she’d probably say history is key to learning how to build bridges, not burn them. Dant gleans lessons from Sen. Frank Church’s career, tactics and accomplishments.

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Tell Idaho’s New Governor You Care About Salmon and Steelhead

If Idaho leaders don’t stand up for salmon and steelhead they will go extinct. Act now!

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