GATHERING GARDEN FREE WORKSHOP CREATE EFFICIENT COMPOSTING SYSTEM - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
July 21, 2019
from 11AM to 12:30PM
Gathering Garden, NIC Campus, 930 Hubbard St., CdA
GATHERING GARDEN FREE WORKSHOP SEED SAVING - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
from 12 to 1:30
at the Gathering Garden, NIC Campus
930 Hubbard St. CdA
KEA ENVIRONMENTAL BOAT TOURS
These are 2.5 hour pontoon boat tours on beautiful Lake Coeur d Alene throughout the summer and into the fall and fill up fast!
10:30am to 12:30PM
Remaining Dates 2019
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Here are the latest updates on the Coeur d’Alene River Basin Cleanup. If you can’t see the document for some reason click this link to see the PDF https://semspub.epa.gov/work/10/100159827.pdf
More than 2 million people in and around Zimbabwe’s capital city, Harare, are currently without access to municipal drinking water, the result of a years-long drought and high water pollution levels, Climate Change News reported. With their taps running dry, residents are instead relying on merchants, open wells, streams, and boreholes for water. Read more […]
Last weekend, France recorded an all-time heat record of 45.9 degrees Celsius. With rising temperatures globally, heatwaves are becoming more intense and frequent and their impacts can be devastating. But when a group called Extinction Rebellion organized a protest on a Paris bridge on June 28 demanding France act more swiftly to reduce carbon emissions, they faced a […]
The United Nations Human Rights Council made history on Friday when it adopted a resolution on climate change and the rights of people with disabilities. The resolution calls on governments to adopt a disability-inclusive approach when taking action to address climate change. Read the rest of the article here: https://www.hrw.org/news/2019/07/15/un-climate-resolution-emphasizes-protection-disability-rights
In our extended interview with independent climate journalist Dahr Jamail, he talks about the Democratic National Committee’s decision not to have a debate on the climate crisis, and to bar anyone who participates in an unsanctioned debate from participating in future official Democratic primary debates. Jamail is a staff reporter at Truthout and author of […]
Kootenai Environmental Alliance was in attendance at the first ever Makers Faire put on by Gizmo-Cda this past Saturday. Staff rotated shifts throughout the day with my shift being the last shift of the day. It was an event full of makers, doers, educators, and inventors. Anyone in attendance would have been able to find […]
Article Everyone Should Read A recent article published in the High Country News talks about the after affects mining has left in our area and specifically Coeur d’Alene Lake. (Read the entire article here: A dangerous cocktail threatens the gem of North Idaho” ) “As attractive as it appears, the landscape around Coeur d’Alene Lake […]
A proposed commercial rezoning at Lake Coeur d’Alene’s Wolf Lodge Bay and Mineral Ridge would allow an industrial operation along the lakeshore, potentially threatening the Bald eagle kokanee salmon feeding site and critical wetlands, and disturbing sediments that may contain heavy metals. To find out more, please attend the public hearing on Thursday May 16, […]
Volunteer Judges Needed! What is the Youth Water Summit? A scientific conference for high school students who are learning about our watershed through The Confluence Project using field experiences and hands-on research. We are expecting about 500 students from regional high schools to attend and present water related research projects where students identify a local […]