The Weiser River Resource Council (WRRC) is the IORC chapter in Washington and Payette County of Idaho, essentially the western part of the state. The local group came together in August of 2012 after local development in the oil and gas industry. The group is roughly 55 members strong and holds monthly membership meetings wherein members discuss what issues are needing attention.

There are a variety of issues WRRC has identified and advocate for. They include:

  • Proper Oil/Gas Development
  • Local and Sustainable Agriculture
  • Farmers Market Development
  • Local Recycling
  • Healthy Rivers
  • Pollinator Conservation

News from WRRC

WRRC Calls on County, City to Continue Successful Recycling Program

The Evelyn Stover Recycle Center has been a highly successful facility that has served the residents of Washington County for decades. In the past four…

Fruitland stands up for local residents with 1,200-foot oil and gas setbacks

Fruitland, Idaho, clears the air with a city ordinance that sites oil and gas wells almost a ¼ mile from homes and businesses This Spring,…

News Release: Grocery Tax Hurts Idaho’s Border Communities, Grassroots Group Urges State Leaders to Support Repeal

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 17, 2017 Contact: Breland Draper, IORC, 208-670-0891 Grocery Tax Hurts Idaho’s Border Communities Grassroots Group Urges State Leaders to Support Repeal…