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KEA ALLIANCE SPEAKER SERIES
December 5th: Panhandle Health District, Valerie Wade
TCP STUDENT FIELD TRIPS
The Confluence Project (TCP) is a partnership model of environmental education developed by the University of Idaho (UI)’s Waters of the West (WoW) program. The primary goals of TCP are to improve science education in urban, rural and tribal areas of Idaho and to build community capacity to protect and restore local water resources.
WILD AND SCENIC FILM FESTIVAL
Kootenai Environmental Alliance presents the Wild and Scenic Film Festival at the North Idaho College campus!
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March 12th, 2020, 6:00-9:00 PM
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Kona Cruiser Bike Raffle
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Fernan Restoration Clean Up August 2019
KEA EVENT CALENDAR
Local, Regional, and National Environmental News
ACTION ALERT Comprehensive Plan Update and Public Hearing NOVEMBER 13, 2019, WEDNESDAY, 2:00 P.M. and 6:00 P.M. KOOTENAI COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, Room 1 A/B 451 GOVERNMENT WAY, COEUR D’ALENE, IDAHO The Board of Commissioners (BOCC) heard from numerous residents who would like to attend the November 13 Comprehensive Plan Hearing but are unable to attend […]
The Confluence Project (TCP) is a partnership model of environmental education developed by the University of Idaho (UI)’s Waters of the West (WoW) program. The primary goals of TCP are to improve science education in urban, rural and tribal areas of Idaho and to build community capacity to protect and restore local water resources. The […]
Dear Friends and Family of Kootenai Environmental Alliance, It is with heavy hearts that we share this message of the peaceful passing of Russell Hersrud, KEA’s beloved Board president. Russ was truly a pillar of KEA, spearheading many projects, programs, and committees with his tireless commitment to bettering our world and making our community a better […]
Good Morning A press release will go out shortly lifting the health advisory on upper and lower Twin Lakes. Microcystin toxin analysis from samples taken at 5 beach sites (3 in the lower lake and 1 in the upper lake) was well below the EPA recommended recreational advisory. The advisory remains in effect for the […]
The Kootenai County Planning Commission today released a revision of the proposed Comprehensive Plan Update and announced a public hearing has been set for September 26. The Kootenai County Planning Commission published the proposed Comprehensive Plan Update on April 1 on the KeepingKootenai.com website. Community feedback meetings were held at five locations throughout the county. […]
Environmental scientist Kate O’Neill discusses recycling and the global politics of waste. “Once you throw something away, you’ve got to think about where’s it going to go next,” she says. This is FRESH AIR. I’m Terry Gross. I don’t know about you, but I’ve been really confused lately about how and what I should be […]
We’ve endured another summer of record-breaking heatwaves, floods, and refinery explosions. Enough is enough. No more government inaction and half-measures. It’s time to build a renewable energy economy that works for everyone. Join us in the streets September 20 and the week after to demand climate justice for all. Learn more here: https://globalclimatestrike.net/usa/
WORD FROM UP NORTH: We have ﬁnally received word from the Coast Guard concerning the BNSF rail expansion project. We are sad to report that their decision was not in the direction we had been hoping for, which was to perform an Environmental Impact Statement. Unfortunately, they have decided to issue the Final Environmental Assessment […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PHD Contact: Katherine Hoyer August 28, 2019 (208) 415-5108 DEQ Contact: Robert Steed (208) 769-1422 Health Advisory Extended to Upper Twin Lake KOOTENAI CO., ID — Panhandle Health District (PHD) and the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has issued a health advisory for Upper Twin Lake. The health advisory for Lower […]
From the Center for Biological Diversity: Did you know that bees pollinate 1 out of every 3 bites of food that we eat? We clearly owe a lot to our pollinator friends, and now they urgently need our help. Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency just approved an enormous expansion of the use of the bee-killing pesticide […]