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Boise City residents once again showed their love of nature, clean water and open space by voting to pass a ballot measure to create a $10 million fund for projects and land along the Boise River and in the Boise Foothills.  The measure passed with 74% voting in favor, showing strong support for nature. “The success of this ballot measure is another example of how citizens will support the conservation of nature, habitat, recreation opportunities and clean water. This is another watershed … read more

Dry Creek and Shingle Creek harbor a native population of red band trout.  It is an incredibly scenic place and is critical big game winter range for deer and elk. With the help of BSU and College of Idaho, we completed habitat baseline studies of areas where the trail crosses Dry Creek.  Because erosion from the trails impacts native redband trout that live in Dry Creek, we are currently building bridges over key creek crossings to enhance wildlife and the recreation experience. … read more