CVI Endorses TJ Thomson for Ada County Commissioner

Conservation Voters for Idaho is pleased to announce our endorsement of TJ Thomson for Ada County Commission in the upcoming May 17th primary election. Conservation Voters for Idaho endorses candidates who are committed to protecting Idaho’s air, land and water. “As a member of the Boise City Council TJ Thomson has been a leader in…

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2015 LIV Report Released

Livability. It’s a hot button word that Boise City has embraced – but what exactly does it mean? Livability is Boise’s version of sustainability.  It comprises what is commonly known as the “triple-bottom line of sustainability;” a framework that looks at the environment, the economy, and social justice as equally important to creating a thriving…

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CVI Endorses Commissioner Dave Case

Conservation Voters for Idaho is pleased to announce our endorsement of Dave Case for Ada County Commission in the upcoming May 17th primary election. Conservation Voters for Idaho endorses candidates who are committed to protecting Idaho’s air, land, and water. “Commissioner Dave Case has a proven record of standing up for the people of Ada…

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THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UGLY

2016 Legislative Recap The 63rd Idaho Legislature came to an end in late March. Over the course of the seventy-five day session we saw several attacks on clean water, wildlife and public lands. However, with the help from supporters like you and our community partners, we were able to come together and fight for our…

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How We Gained 4,000 Public Lands Supporters Across Idaho

Idahoans proved, once again, that they will not sit idly by while legislators side with special interests to try and takeover our public lands. Although the conservation community was dealt some tough blows this legislative session, Idahoans stood up and spoke out to protect our outdoor traditions. This session, 90 CVI–volunteers got on the phones…

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What a Win Looks Like in the Idaho Legislature, 2016

It’s been a busy few months, as politicians continued to threaten our public lands, clean water and vital wildlife. Here’s our legislative recap on Idaho’s hot conservation issues.. We saw a renewed attack on our public lands in the last weeks of the Idaho legislature and called on you to help us fight back. In…

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Labeling our Public Lands a Nuisance is an Attempt to Grab Them

Roping Public Lands As we expected, it didn’t take too long for politicians to start resurrecting public lands takeover legislation. This past Monday, Senator Sheryl Nuxoll (Cottonwood, LD. 7), introduced a Catastrophic Public Nuisance bill via the Idaho Freedom Foundation in another attempt to forcibly takeover our public lands. However, the state cannot afford the…

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