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We have to protect our dark skies because it’s next to impossible to turn off the lights once they get approved and installed.
Designated Wild and Scenic corridors like Big Jacks Creek will be expanded as a result of the Land Exchange.
The Idaho Legislature is preparing to convene in the midst of a historic, deadly pandemic. Advocates, minority party leaders and the Governor have called for a postponement as COVID-19 vaccine …
Kudos to all the volunteers who made a difference for Idaho’s spectacular public lands this year!
The Stanley to Redfish Lake trail will provide hikers, equestrians and cyclists of all ages and abilities with incredible mountain views and a safe route between these two destinations. The …
We sincerely thank Congressman Simpson for his hard work and dedication in securing the passage and signing of the GAOA. This Act is simply great for Idaho and its public lands.
Please join the Idaho Conservation League in urging Idaho’s congressional delegation to vote yes and pass the Great American Outdoors Act.
Let the Forest Service know you want to protect this special place and its public lands, rivers, and wildlife.
The U.S. Forest Service is evaluating proposals to allow snow machines to access somewhere between 51,000 to 152,000 acres of public land in the proposed Great Burn Wilderness, which straddles the Idaho-Montana Border north of Lolo Pass.
If you care about the Owyhee Canyonlands, we encourage you to comment on these two proposals.