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83 Environmental Websites found for: Field State Contains Idaho


Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Public Health Assessments
Summary: To retrieve a public health assessment, click on the region of your choice, and you will see the list of health assessments currently available from that region. The listings are in alphabetical order, by state.
Provided by: U.S. Public Health Service
URL: http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov:80/HAC/PHA/region_10.html
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington
Keywords: Hazardous Waste, Public Health, Toxic Substances
Contact: Lateefah Wooten
Contact Email: LWooten@cdc.gov
Last Updated: 11/7/2003 2:49:21 PM


American Falls Dam
Summary: The original American Falls Dam was built by the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) in 1927. This dam developed severe cracking due to alkali-aggregate reaction (AAR). Over the life of this structure the cracking was so wide spread that vehicular load restrictions were imposed for the crest bridge, along with imposing several reservoir restrictions. The replacement dam was designed and constructed by Bechtel Corporation under a contract administered by the American Falls Reservoir District and was completed in 1978. The project is operated by Reclamation and provides irrigation, flood control, power generation, improvement of fish and wildlife resources, and recreation benefits.
Provided by: Bureau of Reclamation
URL: http://www.usbr.gov/cdams/dams/americanfalls.html
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Dams
Contact: John LaBoon
Contact Email: jlaboon@do.usbr.gov
Contact Telephone: (303) 445-3235
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:54 PM


American Whitewater: River Guide for ID
Summary: A site that provides the river levels in ID. Indicates rivers running above, below, and at average levels.
Provided by: American Whitewater
URL: http://www.americanwhitewater.org/content/River_state-summary_state_ID_
Reference URL: http://www.americanwhitewater.org
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Conservation, Recreation, Rivers/Streams
Last Updated: 2/14/2008 1:13:31 PM


Arid West Water Quality Research Project
Summary: The Pima County Wastewater Management Department (PCWWM), in Tucson, Arizona has been funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to conduct the Arid West Water Quality Research Project (WQRP). The objective of the project is to improve the scientific base for regulation of water quality, protection of species, habitats, and uses of watercourses, and designation of appropriate treated wastewater effluent controls in ephemeral and effluent-dependent watercourses of the arid and semi-arid western states.
Provided by: Pima County, Arizona
URL: http://www.co.pima.az.us/wwm/wqrp
Reference URL: http://www.co.pima.az.us/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wyoming
Keywords: Conservation, Ecosystems, Monitoring, Rivers/Streams, Science Projects, Wastewater Treatment, Water Conservation, Water Quality/Pollution
Last Updated: 10/28/2003 9:46:32 AM


Arrowrock Dam
Summary: Arrowrock Dam is an integral part of the Boise Project, located in southwest Idaho and eastern Oregon. Initial project facilities were constructed in the early 1900's and are among the first structures built by Reclamation. The Boise Project is divided into the Arrowrock and Payette Divisions. The principal features of the Boise Project are Anderson Ranch Dam, Arrowrock Dam, and Boise River Diversion Dam on the Arrowrock Division and Cascade Dam, Deadwood Dam, and Black Canyon Dam on the Payette Division. The two main canals on the project are the New York Canal, which supplies approximately 165,000 acres of irrigable land in the Arrowrock Division, and the Black Canyon Canal, which supplies approximately 53,000 acres of irrigable land in the Payette Division. The Arrowrock Division extends along the south side of the Boise River from below the Boise River Diversion Dam in a southwesterly and westerly direction of the Snake River, including a small area in Oregon on the east side of the Snake River. The lands are located in the counties of Ada and Canyon, Idaho, and Malheur, Oregon .
Provided by: Bureau of Reclamation
URL: http://www.usbr.gov/cdams/dams/arrowrock.html
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Dams
Contact: John LaBoon
Contact Email: jlaboon@do.usbr.gov
Contact Telephone: (303) 445-3235
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:30:51 PM


Audubon in the state of Idaho
Provided by: National Audubon Society--Idaho
URL: http://www.audubon.org/chapter/id/index.html
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO
Keywords: Birds, Conservation
Contact: Carol Warden
Contact Email: cwarden@audubon.org
Contact Telephone: (303) 415-0130
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:07:53 PM


Bear River Resource Conservation and Development
Summary: The mission of Bear River Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D), a non-profit corporation, is to form common visions from divergent viewpoints by using community projects as a mechanism in building trust and responsibility and to "get things done" through the authority of citizenship. The Bear River RC&D organization's goal is to improve the overall standard of living and economic stability of the Bear River region by concentrating council's efforts in the following areas: natural resources, sustainable agriculture, sustainable community and economic development, outreach information and education, and heritage industry projects.
Provided by: Bear River RC&D Inc.
URL: http://www.bearriverrcd.org
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO, UTAH
Keywords: Nonpoint Source Pollution/Polluted Runoff, Water Quality/Pollution
Contact: Barbara Hoffman
Contact Email: barbara@bearriverrcd.org
Contact Telephone: (435) 753-3871
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:31 PM


Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest
Summary: Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest is the largest of the national forests in Montana and covers 3.32 million acres. It lies in eight Southwest Montana counties (Granite, Powell, Jefferson, Deer Lodge, Silver Bow, Madison, Gallatin and Beaverhead). The forest provides timber, minerals, and grazing lands. Recreational activities include wilderness trekking in the Anaconda-Pintier or Lee Metcalf wildernesses, driving the Gravelly Range Road or Pioneer Mountains Scenic Byway, camping, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing trails, as well as downhill skiing at Discovery, near Anaconda and Maverick Mountain, near Dillon.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/bdnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Montana, Wyoming
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:08:08 PM


Bitterroot National Forest
Summary: The 1.6 million acre Bitterroot National Forest, in west central Montana and east central Idaho, is part of the Northern Rocky Mountains. Half of the forest is dedicated to the largest expanse of continuous pristine wilderness in the lower 48 states--the Selway Bitterroot, Frank Church River of No Return, and the Anaconda Pintler. The abundance of natural resources offers a wide range of opportunities for recreation, grazing, wildlife, fisheries, timber, and minerals.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/bitterroot
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Montana
Keywords: Fish, Forestry, Plants, Recreation, Wildlife
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:29:00 PM


Boise National Forest
Summary: The Boise National Forest includes about 2,612,000 acres of National Forest System lands located north and east of the city of Boise, Idaho. Intermingled with the Forest are 348,000 acres owned or administered by private citizens or corporations, the State of Idaho, and other federal agencies.
Provided by: USDA Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/boise/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Map Themes: General-Other
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:07:53 PM


Bridger-Teton National Forest
Summary: With its 3.4 million acres, the Bridger-Teton National Forest in western Wyoming is the second largest National Forest outside Alaska. Included are more than 1.2 million acres of wilderness in the Bridger, Gros Ventre, and Teton Wildernesses. The Bridger-Teton is a land of varied recreational opportunities, beautiful vistas, and abundant wildlife. The Bridger-Teton National Forest is part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the largest remaining area of undeveloped lands in the continental United States. The Teton National Forest, along Yellowstone National Park's southern boundary, surrounds Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Hole, on three sides.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/btnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Wyoming
Keywords: Forestry, Mineral Resources, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:28:49 PM


Bullitt Foundation
Summary: The Bullitt Foundation is committed to the protection and restoration of the environment of the Pacific Northwest. This commitment includes environmental problems that disproportionately impact lower-economic people in both urban and rural communities. The Foundation invites proposals from nonprofit organizations that serve Washington, Oregon, Idaho, British Columbia, western Montana (including the Rocky Mountain Range), and the rain forest region of southern Alaska. The majority of grantees are citizen groups located in the Northwest that are working to build and strengthen the environmental movement and to educate the broader public about the importance of protecting and restoring the environment. Program areas include: Energy and Climate Change; Forests and Land Ecosystems; Growth Management and Transportation; Public Outreach, Education, and Capacity Building; Rivers Wetlands and Estuaries; Sustainable Agriculture; Toxic Substances, Mining, and Radioactive Waste; and Other Environmental Concerns.
Provided by: Bullitt Foundation
URL: http://www.bullitt.org/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington
Keywords: Agriculture, Ecosystems, Estuaries, Forestry, Hazardous Waste, Mineral Resources, Rivers/Streams, Toxic Substances, Water Quality/Pollution, Wetlands
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:31:20 PM


Caribou National Forest
Summary: The Caribou National Forest is located in southeastern Idaho and contains portions of six different Idaho Counties and parts of two others in Utah and Wyoming. Caribou National Forest is comprised of just over one million acres, which includes the 47,000 acre Curlew National Grassland west of Malad, Idaho. The Forest has approximately 250 miles of streams and 8,100 acres of lakes and reservoirs.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/caribou-targhee/
Reference URL: http://www.fs.fed.us
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Utah, Wyoming
Keywords: Fish, Forestry, Mineral Resources, Recreation, Wildlife
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 2/14/2008 1:51:18 PM


Caribou National Forest and the Curlew National Grassland
Summary: The Forest is located in southeastern Idaho and contains portions of six different Idaho Counties and parts of two others in Utah and Wyoming. Caribou National Forest is comprised of just over one million acres, which includes the 47,000 acre Curlew National Grassland, west of Malad, Idaho. The Forest has approximately 250 miles of streams and 8,100 acres of lakes and reservoirs.
Provided by: USDA Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/caribou-targhee/
Reference URL: http://www.fs.fed.us
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Last Updated: 2/14/2008 1:51:48 PM


Challis National Forest
Provided by: USDA Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/sc/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:31:26 PM


Clearwater National Forest
Summary: The Clearwater National Forest is nestled on the west side of the Bitterroot Mountains in north central Idaho. The high mountains on the east descend to the fertile Palouse prairie to the west. Several major tributaries to the Columbia River flow through the forest including the North Fork of the Clearwater, the Lochsa, the Potlatch and the Palouse Rivers. The Clearwater River runs through deep canyons, dramatic "slashes" cut through the mountains. The North Fork of the Clearwater and the Lochsa rivers provide miles of tumbling white water interspersed with quiet pools for migratory and resident fish. The excellent wildlife habitat of these mountains provides for large herds of elk, moose and other big game. The ridges between the deep canyons have provided travel corridors across the mountains for centuries of mankind, including Nez Perce Indians and, in 1805-1806, the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Today the main travel route is U.S. Highway 12 following the dramatic canyon of the Middle Fork of the Clearwater River and its tributary the Lochsa River. The forest's 1.8 million acres of diverse and spectacular mountainous country provide recreation opportunities and an important stimulus to the area's economy. The forest is divided into three administrative units with ranger district headquarters in Potlatch, Kooskia and Orofino. There are also forest offices in Kamiah, Pierce and Powell near the Idaho-Montana border. In the summer work centers at Canyon and Kelly Creek along the North Fork Clearwater River are open.
Provided by: USDA Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/clearwater/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:31:22 PM


Climate Change and Idaho
Summary: Rising global temperatures are expected to raise sea level, and change precipitation and other local climate conditions. Changing regional climate could alter forests, crop yields, and water supplies. It could also threaten human health, and harm birds, fish, and many types of ecosystems. Deserts may expand into existing rangelands, and the character of some of our National Parks may be permanently altered. Unfortunately, many of the potentially most important impacts depend upon whether rainfall increases or decrease, which can not be reliably projected for specific areas.
Provided by: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
URL: http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/
Reference URL: http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Agriculture, Birds, Conservation, Ecosystems, Fish, Forestry, Land Use, Public Health, Water Conservation, Water Quality/Pollution, Wetlands
Contact: none
Contact Email: none
Contact Telephone: none
Last Updated: 11/13/2006 10:10:30 AM


Columbia Basin Research
Summary: Columbia Basin Research (CBR) is a joint effort of scientific research projects through the School of Fisheries at the University of Washington under the leadership of James Anderson and John Skalski. We investigate issues surrounding salmon biology in the Columbia and Snake River basins. Our research has produced computer models which simulate and predict salmon migration and survival in the Columbia Basin and salmon harvest in the North Pacific. We also function as a secondary database site, providing data and tools to analyze salmon issues in Columbia Basin. As a secondary database site, we add value to the data through statistical analysis and modeling activities.
Provided by: University of Washington
URL: http://www.cbr.washington.edu/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Idaho, Oregon, Washington
Keywords: Fish, Monitoring, Recreation, Riparian Habitat, Rivers/Streams, Science Projects, Water Quality/Pollution
Last Updated: 2/21/2008 1:44:14 PM


Colville National Forest
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/colville/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Washington
Keywords: Fish, Forestry, Plants, Wildlife
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 11/7/2003 3:04:02 PM


Deadwod Dam
Summary: Deadwood Dam is located in west-central Idaho on the Deadwood River about 25 miles above it's confluence with the South Fork of the Payette River and about 90 miles above Black Canyon Dam. The damsite is located in a narrow canyon where the Deadwood River has cut into granite bedrock, approximately 53 miles northeast of Boise, Idaho. The dam lies on the western slope of the Sawtooth Mountains with elevations in the basin varying from 5311 feet near the dam to about 8,696 feet at Rick Peak. Deadwood Reservoir is three and one half miles long and covers 3,180 acres.
Provided by: Bureau of Reclamation
URL: http://www.usbr.gov/cdams/dams/deadwood.html
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Dams
Contact: John LaBoon
Contact Email: jlaboon@do.usbr.gov
Contact Telephone: (303) 445-3235
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:29:54 PM


Flathead National Forest
Summary: The 2.3 million-acre Flathead National Forest is bordered by Canada to the north, Glacier National Park to the north and east, the Lewis and Clark National Forest to the east, the Lolo National Forest to the south, and the Kootenai National Forest to the west. The Flathead National Forest is managed under the multiple use concept for water, fish and wildlife habitat, timber, grazing, wilderness, recreation and minerals. Clean, clear water is a major contribution from National Forest lands. The Forest provides habitat for approximately 250 species of wildlife and 22 species of fish, including the threatened grizzly bear and endangered gray wolf. Commercial timber production occurs on only a third of the Forest area. Cattle grazing is limited. The potential for oil and gas development is the major mineral emphasis on the Forest.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/flathead/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Montana
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:29:31 PM


Forest Service Clearwater National Forest in Orofino, Idaho
Summary: The Clearwater National Forest covers 1.8 million acres from the jagged peaks of the Bitterroot Mountains in the east to the river canyons and the rolling hills of the Palouse Prairie in the west. The North Fork of the Clearwater and the Lochsa rivers provide miles of tumbling white water interspersed with quiet pools for migratory and resident fish. The mountains provide habitat for elk, moose, whitetail and mule deer, black bear, gray wolf, cougar, mountain goats, and many smaller mammals.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/clearwater/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Washington
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation, Wildlife
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:30:51 PM


Foundation for Clean Air Progress
Summary: Our nation's air quality has improved dramatically since the passage of the Clean Air Act in 1970 ? and this progress can be measured in every state. Here, you can compare state air quality statistics and state emissions trends. Click on a state for details on how much cleaner the air has become in your area.
Provided by: Foundation for Clean Air Progress
URL: http://www.cleanairprogress.org/your_state_air/index.asp
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, American Samoa, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District Of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Federated States Of Micronesia, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Marshall Islands, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Northern Mariana Islands, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Palau, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Trust Territories, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Virgin Islands, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Wyoming
Keywords: Air Quality/Pollution, Conservation, Monitoring
Last Updated: 10/24/2002 2:04:35 PM


Gallatin National Forest
Summary: The 1.8 million acre Gallatin National Forest is the most visited national forest in the Northern Rockies, summer and winter.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/gallatin/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Montana, Wyoming
Keywords: Birds, Fish, Forestry, Recreation, Wildlife
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:30:30 PM


Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Summary: The Humboldt part of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest is named after Alexander Von Humboldt, a well known German naturalist. This 2.5 million acre National Forest is composed of nine separate divisions. The Forest headquarters office is in Elko, Nevada. The Toiyabe part of the now combined Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest is within the Intermountain Region of the National Forest System (NFS). It is the largest National Forest within the NFS, outside of Alaska, having a net acreage of approximately 3,855,960 acres. The Forest is located both in Nevada (3,212,545 acres) and California (643,415 acres).
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/htnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Nevada, Oregon
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:28:43 PM


Idaho-USGS Programs
Provided by: US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
URL: http://h2o.usgs.gov/public/wid/html/id.html
Reference URL: http://h2o.usgs.gov/public/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO
Keywords: Aquifers, Hazardous Waste
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:30:21 PM


Idaho Bureau of Hazardous Materials
Provided by: Idaho Bureau of Hazardous Materials
URL: http://www.state.id.us/serc/index.html
Reference URL: http://www.state.id.us/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO
Keywords: Hazardous Waste
Contact: Idaho Bureau of Hazardous Materials
Contact Email: webmaster@bds.state.id.us
Contact Telephone: (208) 334-3263
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:07:56 PM


Idaho Bureau of Land Management
Summary: The Bureau of Land Management administers public lands within a framework of numerous laws. The most comprehensive of these is the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (FLPMA). All Bureau policies, procedures and management actions must be consistent with FLPMA and the other laws that govern use of the public lands. It is the mission of the Bureau of Land Management to sustain the health, diversity and productivity of the public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations.
Provided by: U.S. Department of Interior
URL: http://www.id.blm.gov/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Land Use, Mineral Resources, Monitoring, Recreation, Wildlife
Contact: Kris Long
Contact Email: idblmweb@id.blm.gov
Contact Telephone: (208) 373-4000
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:08:01 PM


Idaho Conservation Data Center
Summary: The CDC is part of the Natural Heritage Network with comparable programs in each of the 50 states, several Canadian provinces, and several countries in Latin America and the Carribean. The Idaho Conservation Data Center (CDC) is the central repository for information related to the state's rare plant and animal populations. The operating philosophy of the CDC is to provide accurate, comprehensive, and timely information on Idaho's rare species to decision makers at the earliest stages of land management planning. The CDC has serviced thousands of information requests during the past decade, quietly eliminating or minimizing potential conflicts.
Provided by: Idaho Department of Fish and Game
URL: http://www.state.id.us/fishgame/cdchome.htm
Reference URL: http://www.heritage.tnc.org/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Biodiversity, Birds, Conservation, Ecosystems, Endangered Species, Fish, Habitat Loss, Monitoring, Parks, Plants, Wildlife
Contact: George Stephens
Contact Email: gstephen@idfg.state.id.us
Contact Telephone: (208) 334-3402
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:30:52 PM


Idaho Conservation League
Summary: The Idaho Conservation League is a group citizens working to protect Idaho.We exist to protect Idaho's forests, deserts, water and air. We also defend Idaho's fish and wildlife and preserve habitat for the incredible diversity of species that call Idaho home. We exist to protect what makes Idaho special.
Provided by: Idaho Conservation League
URL: http://www.wildidaho.org/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO
Keywords: Agriculture, Air Quality/Pollution, Conservation, Endangered Species, Forestry, Habitat Loss, Monitoring, Nonpoint Source Pollution/Polluted Runoff, Nutrients/Nutrient Loading, Sediment, Toxic Substances, Water Quality/Pollution, Watershed Management, Wildlife
Contact: Chris Meyer
Contact Email: icl@wildIDAHO.org
Contact Telephone: (208) 345-6933
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:29:07 PM


Idaho Department of Agriculture
Summary: The Idaho State Department of Agriculture serves the state's agricultural community through a wide variety of services. Technical assistance, financial assistance, laboratory testing, national and international marketing, inspection, and licensing programs all help strengthen the hand of Idaho's agricultural industry so it can face the challenges of a competitive world market.
Provided by: Idaho Department of Agriculture
URL: http://www.agri.state.id.us/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Agriculture, Laws/Legislation, Monitoring, Pesticides, Plants, Regulations
Contact: Pat Takasugi
Contact Email: cjackson@agri.state.id.us
Contact Telephone: 1-877-862-5870
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:07:53 PM


Idaho Department of Fish and Game
Provided by: Idaho Department of Fish and Game
URL: http://www.state.id.us/fishgame/fishgame.html
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO
Keywords: Fish, Wildlife
Contact: Idaho Department of Fish and Game
Contact Email: idfginfo@idfg.state.id.us
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:48 PM


Idaho Department of Lands
Summary: Welcome to the home page of the Idaho Department of Lands. It is our intention to provide an overview of our department and its structure, as well as information to your understanding of how we go about working toward the accomplishment of our mission. Please feel free to contact us if you have any comments or questions.
Provided by: Idaho Department of Lands
URL: http://www.state.id.us/lands/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Conservation, Forestry, Lakes, Land Use, Monitoring
Contact: Stanley F. Hamilton
Contact Email: info@idl.state.id.us
Contact Telephone: 208.334.0200
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:31:08 PM


Idaho Department of Parks & Recreation
Summary: The Department participates in: licensing and relicensing of hydroelectric projects, instream flows for recreation and aesthetics, state comprehensive water plan review, 404 permit application review and other issues that involve river recreation and aesthetics.
Provided by: Idaho Department of Parks & Recreation
URL: http://www.idoc.state.id.us/IRTI/StateParks/spdir.html
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO
Keywords: Parks, Recreation
Contact: Mary Lucachick
Contact Email: mlucachi@idpr.state.id.us
Contact Telephone: 208-334-4199
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:30:25 PM


Idaho Environmental/Recycling Hotline Web Page
Provided by: US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
URL: http://www.1800cleanup.org/StatePrograms/States/Idaho/id.htm
Reference URL: http://www.1800cleanup.org/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO
Keywords: Pollution Prevention, Recycling
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:44 PM


Idaho Geological Survey
Summary: The Idaho Geological Survey has studied and reported on the general geology, environmental geology and geologic hazards, metallic and nonmetallic mineral deposits, surface and ground water, and energy resources in the state. This information has been made publicly available through oral and written communication and in publications. Research from the Idaho Geological Survey has contributed significantly to the acceptable and productive activities of citizens, state and federal land-use planners, city and county planners, the minerals industry, land developers, and scientific researchers.
Provided by: Idaho Geological Survey
URL: http://www.uidaho.edu/igs/igs.html
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO
Keywords: Conservation, Drinking Water, Education Materials, Groundwater, Mineral Resources, Monitoring, Public Health, Water Quality/Pollution
Contact: Earl H. Bennett
Contact Email: bennett@novell.uidaho.edu
Contact Telephone: (208) 885-7991
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:29:21 PM


Idaho Ground Water Association
Summary: The IGWA assists, promotes, encourages and supports the interests and welfare of the ground water industry within the State of Idaho.
Provided by: Idaho Ground Water Association
URL: http://www.igwa.info
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Groundwater, Watershed Management, Wells
Contact: Becky Ponkow
Contact Email: consulting@graphicimaginations.com
Contact Telephone: 208-238-9347
Last Updated: 2/25/2003 3:08:50 PM


Idaho Nutrient Criteria Query
Provided by: US Environmental Protection Agency
URL: http://oaspub.epa.gov/nutrient/query.state_form?state=ID
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Water Quality/Pollution
Last Updated: 10/9/2002 10:17:53 AM


Idaho Panhandle National Forests
Summary: The Idaho Panhandle National Forests are an aggregation of the Coeur d'Alene and portions of the Kaniksu and St. Joe National Forests. There are eight local points of contact including the Supervisor's Office, six district offices and the Coeur d'Alene Tree Nursery. The Forest is within nine counties in three states (Boundary, Bonner, Benewah, Kootenai, Shoshone, Latah and Clearwater Counties in Idaho; Lincoln County in Montana; and Pend Oreille County in Washington).
Provided by: USDA Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/outernet/ipnf
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:27 PM


Idaho Panhandle National Forests/Visitor Center
Summary: The Idaho Panhandle National Forests comprise about 2.5 million acres of public lands which lie within "the panhandle" of northern Idaho and extend into eastern Washington and western Montana. Northern Idaho is about 20 percent farmland and 80 percent forested. The IPNF administers approximately half of the total forested acres. Some 300 miles from the Pacific Ocean, the forest is in the east-central part of the Columbia Plateau, between the Cascade Mountains to the west and the Bitteroot Mountains to the east.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/ipnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Montana, Washington
Keywords: Forestry, Plants, Recreation, Wildlife
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:28:52 PM


Idaho Rivers United
Provided by: Idaho Rivers United
URL: moved http://www.idahorivers.org.
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO
Keywords: Dams, Ecosystems, Education Materials, Fish, Habitat Loss, Monitoring, Recreation, Water Conservation, Water Quality/Pollution
Contact: Mike Hart
Contact Email: iru@desktop.org
Contact Telephone: (208) 343-7481
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:30:21 PM


Idaho Soil Conservation Commission
Summary: The Idaho Soil Conservation Commission was created in 1939 from Idaho legislation originated to deal with the soil erosion crisis of the Dust Bowl. Today the Commission?s purpose is to provide support and service to Idaho?s 51 Soil Conservation districts for the wise use and enhancement of soil, water and related resources.
Provided by: Idaho Soil Conservation Commission
URL: http://www.scc.state.id.us/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Agriculture, Conservation, Land Use, Monitoring, Water Quality/Pollution
Contact: Kathie Hasselstrom
Contact Email: khassels@agri.state.id.us
Contact Telephone: (208) 332-8650
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:29:39 PM


Idaho Water Education Foundation
Summary: The Idaho Water Education Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to the development and implementation of water education programs in Idaho. Programs of the Foundation are guided by a volunteer board of directors representing a broad section of Idaho water resource users, state and federal agencies and environmental interests.
Provided by: Idaho Water Education Foundation
URL: http://www.wateredu.org/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO
Keywords: Education Materials
Contact: none
Contact Telephone: none
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:08:00 PM


Idaho Watersheds Project
Provided by: Idaho Watersheds Project (IWP)
URL: http://www.idahowatersheds.org/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): IDAHO
Keywords: Conservation, Plants, Water Quality/Pollution, Wildlife
Contact: Idaho Watersheds Project
Contact Email: idwp@idahowatersheds.org
Contact Telephone: (208) 788-2290
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:30 PM


Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project
Summary: Welcome to the Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project (ICBEMP) Home Page. Chartered by the Chief of the Forest Service and Director of the Bureau of Land Management, the ICBEMP, through an open public process, is developing a new management strategy for public land administered by the two agencies in eastern Oregon and Washington, Idaho, western Wyoming, western Montana and portions of northern Utah and northern Nevada. At the direction of President Clinton in July 1993, the Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project was initiated by the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management. The Project is responding to several broad-scale issues and through an open public process, is working to develop a new management strategy for public land administered by the two agencies in eastern Oregon and Washington, Idaho, western Wyoming, western Montana, and portions of northern Utah and northern Nevada. Across parts of these seven states, management direction for Forest Service- and BLM-administered lands was re-examined and two draft environmental impact statements (EISs) were prepared for different portions of the area covered by the Interior Columbia River Basin Ecosystem Management Project.
Provided by: US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management
URL: http://www.icbemp.gov/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming
Keywords: Ecosystems, Fish, Forestry, Land Use, Parks, Regulations, Rivers/Streams, Watershed Management
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:29:54 PM


Kootenai National Forest
Summary: The Kootenai National Forest, containing 2.2 million acres, is located in the extreme northwest corner of Montana, bordered on the north by Canada and on the west by Idaho. Of the total acres, 50,384 are in the State of Idaho. Recreational activities include camping, hiking, backpacking, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, swimming, boating, floating, skiing, snowmobiling, huckleberry picking, and mushroom gathering.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/kootenai/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Montana
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:28:50 PM


Lolo National Forest
Summary: Of the 15 National Forests in the Northern Region of the USDA Forest Service, the Lolo National Forest is estimated to be the third largest. It is located in western Montana. Several major tributaries to the Clark Fork River of the Columbia River Basin flow through the Forest. Although its 2.1 million acres of diverse and spectacular mountainous country extend into seven counties, the Lolo National Forest is primarily located in Missoula, Mineral, and Sanders Counties, providing an important stimulus to the area's economy, recreation, and esthetics.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/lolo/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Montana
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:08:07 PM


Multi-Resolution Land Characteristics (MRLC)
Summary: Due to the escalating costs of acquiring satellite images, in 1992 several federal agencies agreed to operate as a consortium in order to acquire satellite-based remotely sensed data for their environmental monitoring programs. Original members of the Multi-Resolution Land Characteristics (MRLC) consortium were the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) . Later joining the consortium were the National Atmospheric and Space Administration (NASA) and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). During the 1990's, the MRLC resulted in several successful mapping programs, including the: (1) Coastal Change Analysis Project (C-CAP) administered by NOAA; (2) Gap Analysis Project (GAP) directed by the Biological Resources Division of the USGS; and the National Land Cover Data (NLCD) project directed by both the USGS and EPA. The data developed by these projects are available publicly either through download, or by contacting the agencies involved.
Provided by: US EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/mrlc/
Geographic Keywords: United States
State(s): Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, American Samoa, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District Of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Federated States Of Micronesia, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Marshall Islands, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Northern Mariana Islands, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Palau, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Trust Territories, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Virgin Islands, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Wyoming
Keywords: Land Use
Map Themes: Condition, Health-Ecological
Last Updated: 12/4/2003 1:44:41 PM


Natural Resources Inventory and Analysis Institute
Summary: The Natural Resources Inventory and Analysis Institute The Natural Resources Conservation Service works in partnership with the American people to conserve and sustain natural resources on private lands. The Natural Resources Inventory and Analysis Institute (NRIAI) was created to improve the NRCS's ability to inventory, monitor, and assess status and trends of our nation's natural and environmental resources. NRIAI was chartered in 1995 and is in the Soil Survey and Resource Assessment Deputy Area, reporting to the Director of the Resources Inventory Division in NRCS National Headquarters. The Director of NRIAI is Dr. Emil Horvath.
Provided by: USDA NRCS
URL: http://www.nriai.nrcs.usda.gov/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, American Samoa, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District Of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Federated States Of Micronesia, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Marshall Islands, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Northern Mariana Islands, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Palau, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Trust Territories, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Virgin Islands, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Wyoming
Keywords: Agriculture, Air Quality/Pollution, Conservation, Dams, Ecosystems, Endangered Species, Erosion, Floods, Land Use, Laws/Legislation, Nonpoint Source Pollution/Polluted Runoff, Nutrients/Nutrient Loading, Point Source Pollution, Pollution Prevention, Population, Reservoirs, Water Quality/Pollution, Watershed Management, Wetlands, Wildlife
Map Themes: Condition, Demographic/Human activities
Contact: David Buland
Contact Email: buland@brc.tamus.edu
Contact Telephone: 254-770-6522
Last Updated: 3/21/2008 2:31:34 PM


Nez Perce National Forest
Summary: The Nez Perce National Forest--2.2 million acres of beautiful and diverse land. From the dry, rugged canyons of the Salmon River to the moist cedar forests of the Selway drainage, the forest offers something for everyone.
Provided by: USDA Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/nezperce/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:31:00 PM


Nez Perce National Forest
Summary: The Nez Perce National Forest consists of 2.2 million acres located in the heart of north-central Idaho. It stretches from the Oregon border on the west to the Montana border on the east; and is roughly bounded by the Selway River drainage on the north to the Salmon River on the south. It is located entirely within Idaho. This vast, diverse area is managed to provide a variety of goods and services including breathtaking scenery, wilderness, wildlife, fisheries, timber harvest, livestock grazing, mining, pristine water quality and a wide array of recreation opportunities.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/nezperce/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:31:00 PM


NRCS Economics & Analysis Site
Summary: NRCS Economics & Analysis Site This web site contains models, technical notes, links, case studies, budgets, databases, and other resources developed for NRCS Resource and Economic Analysis. Other sources of NRCS Resource Economic Analysis information are available at State of the Land Site, the Resource Economics and Social Sciences Division, and the Social Sciences Institute. This site is created to be the main NRCS support site for state economists.
Provided by: USDA NRCS
URL: http://waterhome.tamu.edu/NRCSdata/
Geographic Keywords: United States
State(s): Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, American Samoa, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District Of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Federated States Of Micronesia, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Marshall Islands, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Northern Mariana Islands, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Palau, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Trust Territories, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Virgin Islands, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Wyoming
Keywords: Agriculture, Conservation, Erosion, Floods, Forestry, Land Use, Laws/Legislation, Nonpoint Source Pollution/Polluted Runoff, Nutrients/Nutrient Loading, Population, Water Conservation, Water Quality/Pollution, Watershed Management, Wetlands, Wildlife
Contact: David Buland
Contact Email: buland@brc.tamus.edu
Contact Telephone: 254-770-6522
Last Updated: 10/23/2003 2:30:02 PM


One Northwest
Summary: ONE/Northwest (Online Networking for the Environment) is a non-profit organization helping the conservation community in the Pacific Northwest (Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington) protect the environment through the effective use of electronic networking technologies.
Provided by: One Northwest
URL: http://www.onenw.org/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO, MONTANA, OREGON, WASHINGTON
Keywords: Conservation
Contact: One Northwest
Contact Email: info@onenw.org
Contact Telephone: (206) 286-1235
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:31:03 PM


Pacific Northwest Pollution Control Association
Provided by: Pacific Northwest Pollution Control Association
URL: http://www.pnpca.org/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO, OREGON, WASHINGTON
Keywords: Pollution Prevention, Water Quality/Pollution
Contact: Pacific Northwest Pollution Control Association
Contact Email: rbishop@ch2m.com
Contact Telephone: 206-833-9111 ext. 2172
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:07:55 PM


Palouse Land Trust
Summary: Purpose of the PALOUSE LAND TRUST Our mission is to conserve the open space, wildlife habitat, water quality, and scenery of the Palouse. We share information about conservation easements and make referrals. Conservation easements are one of the ways farmers and other private landowners can protect and conserve open space, wildlife habitat, and favorite views. Conservation easements are legal agreements between a landowner and a land trust that permanently limit uses of land. Because they are very flexible, conservation easements can allow continued agricultural or forest production, or limited development. The land owners continue to own and use their land. Landowners can sell their land or pass it on to their heirs. We can help landowners and their families: Protect what is special about their land Control future development and uses of their land Pass land from one generation to the next with reduced inheritance taxes Gain significant income and estate tax advantages
Provided by: Palouse Land Trust
URL: http://www.palouselandtrust.org
Reference URL: http://www.lta.org/listing.html
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Biodiversity, Conservation, Land Trust, Land Use, Watershed Management, Wetlands, Wildlife
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:29 PM


Payette National Forest
Summary: Located in west-central Idaho north of Boise, the 2.3 million acre forest extends 100 miles west to east from Hells Canyon to the Middle Fork Salmon River. It stretches 70 miles north to south, from the Salmon River to the Weiser River. You can tour the Forest on 2,000 miles of roads, hike 2,100 miles of trails, and camp at 30 campgrounds. Numerous reservoirs, lakes, and streams offer a myriad of camping and fishing opportunities. The Salmon River and Middle Fork Salmon River offer world-class river rafting. The Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, the largest in the lower 48 states, offers world-class backcountry hiking, fishing, and hunting. In winter, downhill skiing is excellent at Brundage Mountain ski area, and back-country skiing and snowmobiling trails are unlimited.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/payette/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/28/2003 11:37:57 AM


Salmon-Challis National Forest
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/sc/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:42 PM


Salmon-Challis National Forest
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/sc/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:30:52 PM


Salmon-Challis National Forest
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/sc/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:29:37 PM


Salmon-Challis National Forest
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/sc/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:29:30 PM


Salmon-Challis National Forest
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/sc/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:29:12 PM


Sawtooth National Forest
Summary: The Sawtooth National Forest encompasses 2.1 million acres of some of the nation's most magnificent country. Managed and protected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Forest Service, the Sawtooth National Forest is a working, producing Forest that has been providing goods and services to the American people since its establishment in 1905.
Provided by: USDA Forest Service
URL: http://www.northrim.net/sawtoothnf
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:30:16 PM


Sawtooth National Forest Home Page
Summary: The Sawtooth National Forest encompasses 2.1 million acres of some of the nation's most magnificent country.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.northrim.net/sawtoothnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:30:51 PM


Sawtooth National Forest Home Page
Summary: The Sawtooth National Forest encompasses 2.1 million acres of some of the nation's most magnificent country.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.northrim.net/sawtoothnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:30:25 PM


Sawtooth National Forest Home Page
Summary: The Sawtooth National Forest encompasses 2.1 million acres of some of the nation's most magnificent country.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.northrim.net/sawtoothnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:29:39 PM


Sawtooth National Forest Home Page
Summary: The Sawtooth National Forest encompasses 2.1 million acres of some of the nation's most magnificent country.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.northrim.net/sawtoothnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Nevada, Utah
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:29 PM


Sawtooth National Forest Home Page
Summary: The Sawtooth National Forest encompasses 2.1 million acres of some of the nation's most magnificent country.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.northrim.net/sawtoothnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:42 PM


Sawtooth National Forest Home Page
Summary: The Sawtooth National Forest encompasses 2.1 million acres of some of the nation's most magnificent country.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.northrim.net/sawtoothnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:56 PM


Sawtooth National Forest Home Page
Summary: The Sawtooth National Forest encompasses 2.1 million acres of some of the nation's most magnificent country.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.northrim.net/sawtoothnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Utah
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:53:04 PM


Sawtooth National Forest Home Page
Summary: The Sawtooth National Forest encompasses 2.1 million acres of some of the nation's most magnificent country.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.northrim.net/sawtoothnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:53:06 PM


Targhee National Forest
Summary: The Targhee National Forest is an administrative unit of the Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, encompassing 1.8 million acres. The majority of the Forest lies in eastern Idaho and the remainder in western Wyoming.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/tnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Wyoming
Keywords: Birds, Fish, Forestry, Recreation, Wildlife
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:28:59 PM


Targhee National Forest
Summary: The Targhee National Forest is an administrative unit of the Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, encompassing 1.8 million acres. The majority of the Forest lies in eastern Idaho and the remainder in western Wyoming.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/tnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Wyoming
Keywords: Birds, Fish, Forestry, Recreation, Wildlife
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:30:13 PM


Targhee National Forest
Summary: The Targhee National Forest is an administrative unit of the Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, encompassing 1.8 million acres. The majority of the Forest lies in eastern Idaho and the remainder in western Wyoming.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/tnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Birds, Fish, Forestry, Recreation, Wildlife
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:07:59 PM


Targhee National Forest
Summary: The Targhee National Forest is an administrative unit of the Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, encompassing 1.8 million acres. The majority of the Forest lies in eastern Idaho and the remainder in western Wyoming.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/tnf/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Birds, Fish, Forestry, Recreation, Wildlife
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:18 PM


Teton Regional Land Trust
Summary: Conservation Easements. TRLT conservation easements help landowners conserve their natural and agricultural lands and retain land ownership. A conservation easement is a voluntary legal agreement between TRLT and a willing landowner, which limits development and guides future property uses. Easements are tailored to meet the needs and long-term wishes of each landowner. Stewardship. TRLT helps willing landowners evaluate their property's resources and restore and enhance features such as grazing pastures, wetlands, and forested lands. We cooperate with easement holders to monitor conservation easements and assure long-term protection. Outreach. TRLT encourages conservation of natural resources and traditional values trough newsletters, presentations, field trips and workshops with students and adults. We also help regional communities work cooperatively to solve conservation and development issues.
Provided by: Teton Regional Land Trust
URL: http://www.tetonvalley.net/openland
Reference URL: http://www.lta.org/listing.html
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Biodiversity, Conservation, Land Trust, Land Use, Watershed Management, Wetlands, Wildlife
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:19 PM


Umatilla National Forest
Summary: The Umatilla National Forest, located in the Blue Mountains of southeast Washington and northeast Oregon, covers 1.4 million acres of diverse landscapes and plant communities.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/uma/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Oregon, Washington
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:31:21 PM


US Army Corps of Engineers-Walla Walla District
Provided by: US Army Corps of Engineers-Walla Walla District
URL: http://www.nww.usace.army.mil/
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO, NEVADA, OREGON, UTAH, WASHINGTON, WYOMING
Keywords: Floods, Recreation
Contact: US Army Corps of Engineers-Walla Walla District
Contact Telephone: (509) 527-7015
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:31:06 PM


USGS - Water Resources of Idaho
Provided by: US Geological Survey (USGS)
URL: http://wwwidaho.wr.usgs.gov/index.html
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO
Keywords: Monitoring, Reservoirs, Rivers/Streams, Water Quality/Pollution
Contact: Randall Fields
Contact Email: rlfields@mailboise.wr.usgs.gov
Contact Telephone: (208) 387-1370
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:52:33 PM


Wallowa-Whitman National Forest
Summary: The Wallowa-Whitman National Forest contains 2.3 million acres ranging in elevation from 875 feet in Hells Canyon, to 9845 feet in the Eagle Cap Wilderness. Our varied forests are managed as sustainable ecosystems providing clean water, wildlife habitat and valuable forest products. And, for things to do and places to be, the Wallowa-Whitman is the setting for a variety of year-round recreation.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/w-w/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Oregon
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:30:49 PM


Wasatch-Cache National Forest Main Frame
Summary: The Cache National Forest is part of the Wasatch-Cache National Forest; lands are 1.2 million acres located in three major areas: The northern and western slopes of the Uinta Mountains, The Wasatch Front from Lone Peak north to the Idaho border including the Wasatch, Monte Cristo, and Bear River Ranges, and, The Stansbury Range, in the Great Basin. Timber, water, forage, wildlife and recreational opportunities are all found on these mountainous lands and are managed by the Forest Service to ensure sustained ecosystem health, using the methods best suited to protect the natural beauty of the area. Forage produced on these lands provides food for both domestic and wild animals. The range also provides food, water, scenery, and recreation for people, and homes for wildlife. The Wasatch and Uinta Mountains provide essential and precious water supplies to the communities and farmers in Utah. Extensive watershed restoration work has been completed to assure continuous, high quality water supplies and prevent disastrous floods. Forest Service work in restoring these lands has won international acclaim.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/wcnf
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho, Utah
Keywords: Forestry, Recreation, Watershed Management, Wildlife
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:29:04 PM


Water Quality in the Central Columbia Plateau, Washington and Idaho, 1992-95
Summary: Water Quality in the Central Columbia Plateau, Washington and Idaho, 1992-95 By Alex K. Williamson, Mark D. Munn, Sarah J. Ryker, Richard J. Wagner, James C. Ebbert, and Ann M. Vanderpool U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CIRCULAR 1144 A contribution of the National Water-Quality Assessment Program (NAWQA) Program
Provided by: USGS
URL: http://water.usgs.gov/public/pubs/circ1144/
Reference URL: http://wwwrvares.er.usgs.gov/nawqa/nawqa_home.html
Geographic Keywords: State
State(s): IDAHO, WASHINGTON
Keywords: Water Quality/Pollution
Contact: Alex K. Williamson, USGS
Contact Email: nawqa91web@wa.water.usgs.gov
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:28:48 PM


Water Quality in the Upper Snake River Basin Idaho and Wyoming, 1992-95
Summary: Water Quality in the Upper Snake River Basin Idaho and Wyoming, 1992-95 By G.M. Clark, T.R. Maret, M.G. Rupert, M.A. Maupin, W.H. Low, and D.S. Ott U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CIRCULAR 1160 A contribution of the National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program
Provided by: USGS
URL: http://water.usgs.gov/public/pubs/circ1160/
Reference URL: http://water.usgs.gov/public/pubs/nawqasum/index.html
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): IDAHO, WYOMING
Keywords: Water Quality/Pollution
Contact Email: nawqa91web@wa.water.usgs.gov
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:31:12 PM


Welcome to the Boise National Forest
Summary: The 2.6 million acre Boise National Forest is located north and east of Boise, Idaho's capital city. The predominantly Ponderosa pine and Douglas fir ecosystem provides homes for fish and wildlife; fiber for wood and paper products; forage for cows and sheep; precious metals for industrial and personal use; and an unlimited menu of year round recreational opportunities. The Boise National Forest also contains a number of unique sites, including the Experimental Forest, the Lucky Peak Nursery, and Bogus Basin Ski Area. Over the last few years, the Boise National Forest, the seventh largest National Forest in the United States, has received national recognition for leadership in restoring and maintaining watershed health.
Provided by: US Forest Service
URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/boise/
Geographic Keywords: Watershed (USGS Cataloging Code)
State(s): Idaho
Keywords: Birds, Fish, Forestry, Mineral Resources, Recreation, Wildlife
Contact: Karen Solari
Contact Email: ksolari@fs.fed.us
Contact Telephone: 202-205-0879
Last Updated: 10/30/2001 3:29:56 PM



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