Frost covered rocks along a river bank with steam rising from the water.
Winter on the River Steam rises off of the Boise River © Neil Crescenti

Stories in Idaho

Idaho Action and Impact

Your support allows us to advance critical conservation work in Idaho.

Mark Menlove headshot.
Mark Menlove Idaho State Director © Dev Khalsa

Each year, as winter settles across Idaho’s remarkable landscapes, I venture into nature for renewal and reflection. Surrounded by the solace of our wild places, I find inspiration in the stories of conservation success from the past year and the relationships that are at the heart of these profoundly important outcomes.

From working with donors to protect critical habitat in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem to partnering with farmers to adopt soil health practices in the Magic Valley, this year has demonstrated the magnitude of what we can achieve when we work together to address the conservation challenges we face in Idaho.

I invite you to read our 2022 Impact Report and explore the projects and outcomes you helped us accomplish through our chapter’s major strategic initiatives:

I am deeply grateful for the passion we share for nature and the commitment to conservation that makes this work possible. We truly couldn’t do this without you. As you read through the stories, I hope you too feel inspired by the innovation and collaboration that has led to such meaningful progress in Idaho.

Your friend in conservation,

Mark Menlove
Idaho State Director

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From forest restoration to regenerative agriculture, our work is making a difference today and promises even greater impact tomorrow.