The Nature Conservancy has protected more than 400,000 acres in Idaho, for people and nature. Beyond the numbers, though, are the stories. Each place we protect has its own stories — stories of ranchers and volunteers, of tireless salmon and secretive grizzlies, of world-class fishing and epic hikes. Join our staff as we explore the wonders of the state. And we hope to see you at one of our projects soon, creating your own memories, your own stories.
Idaho, like many other places, is being invaded by a number of harmful exotic species. Here are 10 you should know about.
Conservancy scientists map out the future of conservation in the face of climate change.
Master birder and long-time Conservancy volunteer Poo Wright-Pulliam reflects on 10 years of observing birds at Silver Creek Preserve in this Q&A.
The Conservancy is partnering with the Intermountain Bird Observatory to track the fascinating curlew.
Each contributor to The Nature Conservancy has a story about why they give back to nature.
An innovative wildlife detection system aims to save human lives and wildlife in North Idaho.
By land, by air, by stream—Idaho's critters on the move. Learn More
Unlikely prairie habitat serves as a hotspot for nesting shorebirds thanks to sustainable practices.
What determines if a wildfire is good or bad? Suppression costs? Property destruction? Air quality? Impacts on wildlife habitat? Can a fire be good and bad at the same time?
Idaho barley farmers save water with help from global partners. Learn more
Why does the Conservancy own Ernest Hemingway's last home? Learn More