On the Second Day

Tomorrow, Aug 13, Meriwether Lewis became the first white person to receive the gift of salmon in Idaho.

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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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Running to Protect Idaho’s Public Lands

Emily is determined not to take our public lands for granted. She’s even running an ultramarathon to show her love for these special places and the Idaho Conservation League who protects them.

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Risch Seeks Input About Scotchman Peaks

If you didn’t attend an open house, you can still express support for the proposed Scotchman Peaks Wilderness.

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Craters of the Moon Safe for Now — More Monuments Remain at Risk

Zinke took two off the list for now, but 25 national monuments and reserves remain under review and at risk.

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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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In One Word, What Does Wilderness Mean to You?

Enthusiasm for ICL’s Central Idaho wilderness stewardship program runs high—the number of volunteer wilderness stewards has almost doubled this season!

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Trump’s Proposed Budget Threatens Public Access

If enacted, cuts could threaten public access, wildlife, fisheries and water quality

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A Win-Win for Hikers and Habitat

Sawtooth National Forest Supervisor Kit Mullen recently talked about ICL’s approach to solving problems and exploring possibilities.

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Note to Perdue, Zinke: no need for politics in Idaho quest to preserve public lands

Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue will be in Boise tomorrow, Friday, June 2.

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