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
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, [...]
Idaho State Agriculture Department will be applying diquat dibromide, better know as Reward, to areas of Hayden Lake July 31st – August 4th to treat for Eurasion Milfoil. They are currently surveying and will update [...]
Dr. Wayne Melquist, joined the Lake Coeur d' Alene Waterkeeper volunteers Friday June 30 on the Waterkeeper Boat. They identified Osprey nests on the lake around the Cougar Bay area. Dr. Melquist and Waterkeeper volunteers [...]
This bill is a devastating assault on our nation's rivers and the people and wildlife that depend upon them. Its passage would end 95 years of balance in hydropower licensing, tipping the scales against taxpayers [...]
Coeur d’Alene, ID- On Monday May 15th a truly an amazing and inspiring event took place at North Idaho College’s campus. 210 students from six northern Idaho high schools presented solutions to local water resource [...]
Over 200 students from six northern Idaho high schools will present their research and solutions to local water resource issues at the Youth Water Summit from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, May 15th at [...]