Our unique Local Food Share initiative and Community Roots Gathering Garden program encourages sustainable food practices, reduction of our carbon footprint and secures healthy meals for local low-income families.
KEA hosts free bi-monthly educational forums, Lunch & Learn’s, where experts can inform the public on local, regional and national environmental issues.
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Since 2011, The Roots Pursuit bicycle event has brought cycling madness, environmental awareness, and 12 lively challenges to downtown Coeur d’Alene. In the most non-serious bike event of the season, two or three person teams [...]
The Washington Department of Ecology released their draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Millennium Bulk Terminal’s proposed coal export terminal along the Columbia River. The report comes after the agency received over 165,000 public [...]
Each year for Earth Day, Kootenai Environmental Alliance's members and friends like to recognize those that go above and beyond in the name of conservation for our community. Since 1994. KEA has awarded [...]
The Coeur d’Alene City Council will be considering the solid waste contract bids at their meeting on Tuesday, April19th at 6:30pm. Will glass recycling be included? The bids include three different approaches to collecting glass [...]
Sowing seeds and transplanting vegetable starts grows more than copious amounts of nutritious, organic produce at the Shared Harvest Community Garden (located at 10th and Foster). The Garden brings together friends and neighbors of all [...]
A Seed Sharing Library blossoms in the Coeur d'Alene Library, lending seeds, free of charge, to community members to grow their own garden. Coeur d’Alene’s Seed Sharing Library, True to Seed, is housed in the [...]