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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!
Save the Date
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
The first and hopefully annual Junk2Funk show was a smashin’ fashion success! Thanks to the artists, the models, the volunteers, sponsors, supporters, promoters, photographers, and KEA staff who put it all together. Our friends at DOMA Coffee have some more pictures up on their excellent blog.
Even the most vocal component of our local red-state anti-everything contingent should be applauding this news regarding the federal stimulus spending in the Coeur d’Alene basin. We got notice of this DEQ press release yesterday, announcing the end-of-season statistics that show the stimulus spending has put the yard cleanup program in the upper basin nearly […]
We received the attached communication from EPA this afternoon, as news leaked out about the decision to go ahead with the East Mission Flats Superfund Repository in Cataldo, Idaho. According to the release, “The final decision to allow the project to move forward was made by Mathy Stanislaus, Assistant Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection […]
I’ve got the first episode of the new Ken Burns’ PBS series on National Parks recorded on the DVR at home, but I haven’t seen it yet. (So don’t tell me how it turns out.) So far, the reviews of the series have been uniformly excellent. Well, almost. See this amusing Washington Post review. Are […]
As if to emphasize that we’re just now entering the most important part of the deliberations on the Kootenai County comp plan by the Board of County Commissioners, we’ve received this “form letter” being pushed by the Coeur d’Alene Association of Realtors to their members ramp up pressure on the Commissioners. We’ve had extensive comments on the […]