Will Governor Otter Stand Up for Salmon and Steelhead?

Gov. Otter has an opportunity to be a leader for Idaho’s dwindling salmon and steelhead runs.

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New State Land Access Policy — And Other News From IDL

The Idaho Department of Lands recently finalized a recreational access agreement that provides public access to 2.3 million acres of state lands.Though a step in the right direction, it highlights the difference between state lands and public lands.

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September Membership Drive: Keeping Idaho Wild

Become a member of the Idaho Conservation League to help us protect what you love about Idaho. This year, we are celebrating the 50th anniversaries of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and the National Trails System Act!

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Tips for Use of Lighting to Enhance Our Dark Skies

Light pollution wastes billions of dollars each year in energy consumption, contributes to greenhouse gas emissions, and harms human health and wildlife. But there are easy solutions.

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Commercial Dredge Mining in the Salmon River?

Speak up now to protect the Salmon River! Suction dredge mining damages habitat for our iconic salmon and steelhead.

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Bear Spray or Firearm?

How effective are bear spray and firearms for protecting you during encounters with bears?

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Devil’s Corral Spring a Free-Flowing Refuge for Fish on the Snake River

State of Idaho rejects a company’s water grab for major development on the Snake River canyon.

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A Race Against the Clock for Salmon and Steelhead

Idaho’s anadromous fish are in trouble.

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Idaho Gives Is Tomorrow — Thursday, May 3!

Hear it straight from the ICL staff — how does your gift to ICL on May 3 make a difference?
And why is Idaho Gives so important for ICL?

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Salmon and Steelhead Get Bad News from DC

The U.S. House of Representatives passed HR 3144, also known as the Salmon Extinction Act. The bill enshrines Snake and Columbia river and dam management practices that federal courts have twice found to be inadequate to save the fish from extinction.

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