We’ve got a lot of work to do

I’ll be honest. We have a lot of work to do. On Feb. 27, the League of Conservation Voters released its 2017 National Environmental Scorecard. It scores all members of the U.S. House and Senate on votes placed for or against the values of conservation and the environment. I bet you’re wondering how Idaho’s two…

Protect Harriman State Park

In Eastern Idaho, Harriman State Park sits in the middle of an 11,000 acre wildlife refuge. It’s the home of moose, elk, sandhill cranes, the occasional bear and trumpeter swans. Situated on the banks of the Henry’s Fork River, it’s also a world class fly-fishing destination that is enjoyed by over 90,000 visitors annually. Harriman…

Introducing CVI’s Legislative Fellows

— From left to right, CVI Program Associate Crystal Rain, fellows Conner Jackson, Anna Lindquist and Elyse Durand and CVI Program Director Rialin Flores With the Idaho Legislative Session underway we’re proud to announce the additions of Anna Lindquist, Elyse Durand, and Conner Jackson to our team. As fellows, they will assist us in our…

Yep, her name is Crystal Rain

Conservation Voters for Idaho is happy to introduce our newest staff member: Crystal Rain. Even though Crystal grew up in western Washington, generations of her family have called Idaho’s Treasure Valley home. And one thing is for certain, those family members had a passion for the outdoors. In fact, Crystal is named after her father’s…

Our Conservation Champions

Anne Zabala came from a largely a-political family. Politics was just something they didn’t really discuss. Then she went to college at the University of Idaho. She was a sophomore in Moscow when the battle over the Luna Laws raged. Then she became active. “The mentors and relationships I developed during that time were incredibly…