Water is critical to all life on Earth. The clear rivers, beautiful lakes and pure drinking water are reasons many of us chose to make Northern Idaho home. KEA is a leading advocate for water quality protection and water conservation across the Inland Northwest.
We work to protect the surface beauty our water presents, as well as, flows in the Spokane River and the water quality in the Spokane River, Coeur d’Alene Lake, Hayden Lake and our other waterways which have degraded due to elevated phosphorous levels, sediment and stormwater pollution.
We also work to reinforce and improve water conservation measures in area communities.
Learn more about the CdA Residential Landscape Conservation Rebate Program.
Learn more about Xeriscape Design – planting drought tolerant and native plant species in your landscaping to conserve water. You can view our Xeriscape Demonstration Garden at the corner of 10th Street and Foster Ave.
Latest Water Topics
The deadline to submit comments on the draft Coeur d’Alene Basin Restoration Plan and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is tomorrow, Friday, January 13th. The Restoration Plan is meant to provide a comprehensive strategic framework to [...]
A huge thank you to U.S. Sen. Jim Risch who introduced a bill earlier this month to protect 13,900 acres in north Idaho as wilderness. The Scotchman Peaks Wilderness Act of 2016 would protect approximately [...]
For most of the 20th century, mining wastes in the Coeur d’Alene Basin were discharged into the South Fork and mainstem Coeur d’Alene River and its tributaries, or were deposited on lands and eventually migrated [...]
Panhandle Health District (PHD), the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the Coeur d’Alene Tribe have issued a health advisory for Black Lake. PHD is urging the public to use caution when recreating in [...]
Case will determine whether uncovered coal trains violate the federal Clean Water Act A federal judge decided today that the citizens of Washington state will be able to present testimony about the environmental impact of [...]
Idaho's rivers used to teem with wild salmon and steelhead- but dams constructed along the Snake River have decimated our once vibrant ocean-running fisheries. The good news is that you now have the opportunity to [...]