A Week of Action for Salmon and Steelhead (April 12 to 16). Get involved!
Simpson's "Northwest in Transition " is about much more than taking out four dams on the lower Snake River.
If you thought the Idaho Legislature came back with a more measured and thoughtful approach to policymaking, you’d be wrong.
We have to protect our dark skies because it’s next to impossible to turn off the lights once they get approved and installed.
It’s critical to show widespread support for Rep. Simpson’s proposal and push other elected leaders to engage with his office.
Even after pleading guilty, Teck continues to portray the damages their mines are causing to transboundary waters and fish as minimal.
The Idaho Legislature is considering a bill that would codify design regulations for new gyp stacks without groundwater monitoring requirements...
The wild character of this remote and pristine place in Central Idaho near Hells Canyon would be marred by motorcycles.
We need you to write to the U.S. Department of State and ask them to protect this watershed from selenium pollution and to hold Teck Resources accountable for polluting U.S. waters.
From the powerful waterfalls of the Snake River to the iridescent springs that burst from the canyon walls, geologic wonders can be found across the Magic Valley. The valley’s dynamic …
They’re still introducing new bills though, even as they’re trying to adjourn.
U.S. Congressman Mike Simpson’s “Northwest in Transition” framework charts a path forward for the Northwest. The proposal is bold, comprehensive, and urgently needed for Idahoans and the people of this region. We believe …
Let the PUC know that you support Idaho Power’s wildfire mitigation plan.
The Idaho Legislature is trying to seize power from everyone it seems.
Instead of finalizing the Payette Lands Strategy on March 16, we believe that the IDL should take more time.
There’s a good chance legislators could still be in the building into May.
The SCNF with its wild, roadless expanses is a treasure.