Public hearings on the draft Boise River Management Plan are next Monday and Tuesday. As Outside Magazine discovered, the Boise River is the best, but good things don't come easy. The best river deserves the best management and I invite you to help shape the future of the Boise River and its companion aquifer.
Make the good times last.
9/10, 6pm, Caldwell Library, 1010 Dearborn
9/11, 6pm, Idaho Water Center, 322 Front St., Boise
There will be a presentation and Q&A before the hearing.
Not only do we enjoy some of the best urban recreation in the world courtesy of the Boise River, we brew killer coffee and beer and make fine wine with water from the Boise River. And let's not overlook the tomato growing, the golfing, the shower taking, the toilet flushing, the car washing and our bird-filled canopy of green trees. The Boise River is the best! Let's keep it that way.
Boise River whitewater park, by Gary Grimm
The Idaho Water Resource Board has released a draft plan for the management of the Boise River and the underground aquifer, and they're accepting public comment until September 30.
The Boise River is the best and it deserves the best management possible.
No New Boise River Dam
The draft Plan supports further study of a new water storage dam in the upper Boise River. Watch our lively brand-new 2-minute video about the upper Boise River - it's no place for a new dam.
Wild Upper Boise River (HD)
Only the Best for the Best
Make sure the Boise River gets the best management possible. Now is your chance to let managers know how important the Boise River is to you. Attend one of the hearings and submit your comments in person or in writing. Now is your chance to make the good times last.
Angel (Anjali DeWitt MacAngel)