Grow Our Vote!
Monday, May 17 at 12 p.m. MDT
Want to better understand CVI’s Voting Rights program? Join our Voting Rights Coordinator Antonio Hernandez and guest panelists, including Juan J. Saldaña from the Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs, for an important conversation around demystifying Idaho’s Latinx communities, CVI’s voter engagement work, and the importance of creating a democracy that works for all of us.
Building Idaho’s Clean Energy Future
Tuesday, May 18 at 12 p.m. MDT
A clean energy transition can be an asset to building Idaho’s economy, keep Idaho communities healthy, and protect the wild spaces we love. Join us to find out how Conservation Voters for Idaho is helping make this transition in a proactive, equitable, and intentional way through our climate, energy, and transportation policy work.
Developing Inclusive Leadership
Tuesday, May 18 at 6 p.m. MDT
In 2020, CVI introduced a brand new Boards and Commissions Fellowship, designed to build new leaders for Idaho. The fellowship is currently winding down its fledgling class. Join us for a panel discussion with current fellows and mentors as they discuss all they have learned and how they plan to utilize their new leadership skills on public boards, commissions, and committees.
Collaboration in Conservation
Wednesday, May 19 at 12 p.m. MDT
In each community, the path to conservation is unique. Without the help of partners and friends, open space protection, wildlife preservation, and the fight against climate change wouldn’t be possible. Join us for a conversation about how collaboration makes conservation possible.
Helping Build a More Inclusive Idaho
Wednesday, May 19 at 6 p.m. MDT
For this special session, CVI will turn the mic over to Inclusive Idaho, a Boise-based nonprofit which works to make Idaho more accessible to all – they’ll discuss their new focus and pathways for efforts in helping build a more inclusive Idaho.
Conservation as a Winning Platform
Thursday, May 20 at 12 p.m. MDT
Join our Campaigns Manager, Anne Zabala, as she explores CVI’s unique position to affect Idaho’s political landscape. By engaging in both primary and general elections and serving as a key player in redistricting—the biggest opportunity to impact Idaho politics in a decade—we are on track to curb extremism in the state and refocus on the values we all share, including a love for our open spaces and access to public lands.
Thursday, May 20 at 7 p.m. MDT
Join our Executive Director Rialin Flores and special guests as, together, we celebrate our successes over the past year and look ahead to a future where we ensure even more victories for conservation in years ahead!