Life and death of a really bad idea

After a two-year study, Attorneys General from 12 western states agreed that the legal theory behind public land transfer holds no water.  In other words, any state pursuing a legal path to seize control of our public lands is wasting time and taxpayer money. Stick a fork in it — it’s done. But before we…

The fights we fight…and win

As the days are getting shorter and the first snowflakes fly in the high country, our team is looking back on our achievements of the last year. We’re so grateful to have the help of our supporters and community partners. We couldn’t do it without you. Conservation in Idaho isn’t always easy, but protecting these…

Our Public Lands Need You

Summer for many Idahoans means getting outside and enjoying our beautiful state. Whether it’s hiking in the Boulder White Clouds, rafting through the Frank Church Wilderness on the Salmon River, fishing for brown trout on Henry’s Fork, or camping with the family at the City of Rocks, many Idahoans spend their summer months exploring our…