We question to what extent the upcoming legislative session can be held without jeopardizing public health and safety, and if those procedures will guarantee equal access to the decision-making process.
Thank you to everyone who submitted comments to the Idaho Department of Agriculture regarding the rules governing pesticides. Your voice is a critical part of this process!
Hello fellow IORC members! It’s been another exciting year of seizing opportunity for our organization to move towards realizing our shared vision. Since I haven’t gotten the chance to directly connect with many of you, I want to share some … Continued
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 years under the management of the Weiser River Resource Council (WRRC), the Center has generated … Continued
Contact: Idaho Interfaith Roundtable Against Hunger, Carl Van Slyke at firstname.lastname@example.org, Idaho Organization of Resource Councils, Breland Draper, (208) 991-4451, email@example.com Advocacy Groups Say House Version of the Farm Bill is a Leap in the Wrong Direction Boise, ID (June … Continued
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, the city of Fruitland, Idaho, passed an ordinance regulating oil and gas development within city … Continued