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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Bill H.R. 3043 is scheduled to go to the house floor next week. This bill is a devastating assault on our nation’s rivers and the people and wildlife that depend upon them. Its passage would [...]
Climate Action CDA presented a panel on Faith and Climate Change at NIC October 19, 2017, to an audience of fifty people including community members and students. Panelists represented Catholic, Jewish, Evangelical Lutheran, and Episcopal [...]
Institutional Controls on the Bunker Hill Superfund Site by Andy Helkey, Panhandle Health District, Kellogg, ID
Andy Helkey presented an update on the Bunker Hill Superfund Site to an attentive audience at the KEA office. Several audience members had grown up in Kellogg and shared their memories of the years the [...]
KEA friend and well-known wildlife educator, Kris Buchler passed away last Thursday. Just like the song birds, Kris Buchler was an early riser. She never hesitated to rise at the wee hours of the day [...]
2017 Debris Removal ended June 20th The last date for dock and debris removal was June 20th. There is no excavation team there to remove the debris and if you bring items to Mokin's Bay after June 20th, [...]