Every year, the Idaho Legislature convenes at the Statehouse. Conservation Voters for Idaho is there every step of the way to defend bedrock conservation policy, protect Idahoans voting rights, and advance pro-conservation legislation. We educate and lobby legislators, inform and mobilize Idahoans to take action, and ensure our issues of protecting clean air and water, public lands and open space, and Idaho’s thriving democracy are being advanced.
CVI has a variety of issues and policies we engage on throughout the year. We make sure those issues are well represented in the Idaho Legislature by working with our pro-conservation candidates and mobilizing support to advance conservation legislation.
Unfortunately, every year we see increasing attacks on Idaho’s public lands, clean air and water, and thriving democracy. We make sure we fight bad policy through public education, lobbying efforts, and citizen advocacy.
Every session, CVI informs thousands of Idahoans on actions being taken in the Idaho Statehouse and then connect them to their representative to support or oppose important initiatives.
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We work to protect and advance a variety of issues in the Statehouse. Learn more about our policy priorities.
Idaho’s 34.5 million acres of national public lands are a shared resource, treasured for their access to recreation, hunting, fishing as well as their importance to local economies. We work to expand and protect public land access, fight against attacks on our public lands, and support Idaho's growing outdoor recreation economy.
Idaho is flush with clean, renewable energy resource potential including solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, and biomass. We work to advance policies that expand renewable energy and gives Idahoans the ability to power their homes with clean, local energy and fuel their vehicles with wind and solar power.
Transportation directly affects the water we drink, the air we breathe, and the safety of Idahoans as they travel throughout the state. In the legislature, we advocate for better access to more diverse transportation options, including bike routes, pedestrian paths, and public transportation.
Idaho’s natural resources are its biggest economic asset – an asset which needs to be invested in and protected. We make sure to protect conservation dollars for our state parks and lands, outdoor recreation opportunities, and wildlife management.
Every day we are unknowingly exposed to toxic chemicals. These dangerous substances are in the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat, and the products we use. We work to advance legislation that removes harmful chemicals from our communities in order to protect our families, emergency responders, and agricultural workers.
In order to create a healthy democracy, everyone must have equitable access to the ballot box. We make sure politicians aren't restricting your right to vote or participate in our democracy, like the ballot initiative.