Seriously Stressed Steelhead

Worst-ever start to season as low flows, “the blob,” voracious sea lions take toll.

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Feeling Wild About Rivers?

We’re known as the whitewater state, but only 1% of Idaho’s incredible rivers are actually designated as wild and scenic. Some of our rivers are being evaluated right now—and it’s time to give your input.

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ICL Artist in Residence Rafts the Salmon River

Linda Lantzy just got back from a week of inspiration and rejuvenation on the main Salmon River.

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Idaho Rejects Dredge Mining Proposals

State agency rules that protection of fish habitat trumps proposed in-stream mining.

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Wild Idaho Means Salmon

Idaho salmon are coming home. Watch a short video by photographer Glenn Oakley and share it.

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Rolling Back Protections for Clean Water

The Clean Water Act protects all navigable waters within the United States—called “waters of the United States”. How do we know if something qualifies?

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Your Comments Needed Today on Stibnite Gold Mine

As analysis for the project is about to start, a new study finds that 74% of gold mines pollute water.

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New Study: 74% of U.S. Gold Mines Pollute Water

As Congress considers “innovative” mining reform, industry’s track record demands stronger environmental oversight and cleanup funding.

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Greentip: How to Conserve Water at Home and in Your Community

Conserving water can save you energy and money, and keep our fresh water supply plentiful for current and future generations.

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Midas Gold Discussion Gets Serious

All the Payette National Forest wants to do is make sure an historically battered and defiled piece of federal land has a fighting chance against the motives of industry.

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