A White Clouds Wilderness Weekend

A trek into the newly minted wilderness of the White Cloud Mountains yields crystal clear alpine lakes, stunning mountain vistas and a “jaunt” up Castle Peak.

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Road Building, Drilling Could Pollute Boise River Headwaters

Road building and drilling for mining could pollute the Boise River’s headwaters. The project is not as protective of water quality as federal law requires.

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Timber Company Backs Scotchman Peaks Wilderness

Idaho Forest Group joins the ranks of proposed wilderness supporters. Earlier this year, the Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce and the Bonner County Commission asked Idaho’s congressional delegation to act on the wilderness proposal for the Scotchman Peaks.

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ICL Receives Environmental Hero Award

ICL receives Environmental Hero Award that acknowledges leadership and long-standing partnership with The Wilderness Society

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The Boulder-White Clouds Wilderness

Pat Ford thinks back over four decades leading up to the creation of the Boulder-White Clouds Wilderness.

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The Lesser-Known Half of America’s Newest Wilderness: Jim McClure-Jerry Peak

The best of the best—the eastern reaches of America’s newest wilderness are worth celebrating.

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Congress Fails to Reauthorize Land And Water Conservation Fund

This is the first time in the history of the fund that Congress has failed to renew one of America’s most important conservation programs. Please ask Idaho’s congressional delegation to support reauthorization of the LWCF.

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Passivhaus! A New Way to Build

Passivhaus—that would be German for a smart and efficient building technique making its way into Idaho.

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Ketchum Gives the Boot to Single-Use Water Bottles

The City of Ketchum recently passed a resolution banning the sale and distribution of single-use water bottles at city-owned properties, facilities and events.

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What’s So Great about the Boulder-White Clouds?

Guest blog by Alan Reynolds, one of the Boulder-White Clouds’ biggest advocates.

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