The Nature Conservancy uses the best available science to make a difference for people and nature in Idaho. The following stories explore the many ways we work to achieve effective conservation--from internships to wetland restoration, from protecting migration routes to replanting shrubs after fires.
With community support, we can save human lives and the unique wildlife that frequent the McArthur Lake Wildlife Corridor. By pro-actively installing and maintaining signage and animal detection systems, we can improve safety and reduce collisions in this valued Idaho destination.
The Conservancy restores two wet meadows in one of the most intact desert ecosystems in the West – the Owyhee Canyonlands.
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?
Your voice matters for the future of our state's outdoor heritage.
Find out how the Conservancy is protecting natural spectacles around the state.
For those who just can't get enough of Silver Creek.