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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Last spring the City of Coeur d'Alene Council voted to include glass recycling/reuse as part of their new solid waste contract. The City now has two locations to drop off glass! One location is in [...]
There is an ever expanding atmosphere of anticipation and anxiety that surrounds presidential election years like 2016. But don’t let your fascination with activity on the national stage eclipse another very important showdown-the local elections. [...]
Who knew that plastic, medical waste, air mattresses, feed sacks, cans, CDs, electronic junk, coffee filters, wine corks and junk mail could, through the skill of artists, be transformed into amazing fashions?! The Junk2Funk Eco [...]
In another sign that crude-by-rail is a losing proposition, Shell Puget Sound Refinery in Anacortes announced that it is dropping its plans to construct a crude-by-rail facility. Originally proposed in 2014, community opposition and legal [...]
On July 1st, Kootenai Environmental Alliance and the Tubbs Hill Foundation will co-host a community tribute to commemorate the work done by Scott Reed and Art Manley to safeguard the environment and keep treasured places [...]
Fernan Lake, located just north of Coeur d’Alene Lake, acre for acre is Idaho's most popular place for recreational fishing. Unfortunately, water quality has deteriorated in recent years due to large amounts of phosphorus-laden sediments [...]