Boise’s foothills are managed for multiple use, and domestic sheep have been trailed through the Boise Foothills for more than a century. In the spring, trail users are likely to encounter sheep moving through the foothills, which sometimes presents a challenge for ranchers. On this episode, I talked with outdoor recreation writer Steve Stuebner and Boise’s Ridge … Continue reading
On this episode, Dave Cannamela, Superintendent of the Morrison Knudsen Nature Center, joined us to talk about Center programs for getting kids “face to fish” with nature, Richard Louve’s hypothesis about Nature Deficit Disorder, and the Center’s plans for the future.
On this episode, we talked with City of Boise’s Vince Trimboli and Catherine Chertudi talk about Water Awareness Week activities in Boise and across Idaho.
A panel of guests join us to continue a conversation that started on our February 25 episode about the Gateway West transmission project. Officials with the BLM’s National Landscape Conservation System (NLCS) are opposing an alternative route for the Gateway West transmission project through the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area in favor one some … Continue reading