Teaching Climate Change: Resources for Educators
In March, the Nez Perce Tribe Climate Change Resilience Team presented on Teaching Climate Change at the Idaho Environmental Education Association 2018 conference. We are grateful to all the attendees for their engagement, questions, and comments. It was a great experience and we look forward to continuing to grow the relationships that were planted there. We hope the…Read More
Detecting if there’s a leak in your home. The best way to begin looking for a leak would be to look at your water fixtures and appliances. By checking to see if you have leaks within the house could prevent for having a higher water bill and save you some money in the future. Here…Read More
Our plants are all lined out and ready to be moved to our stream restoration site! Healthy riparian buffers reduce pollutant loads, stabilize stream banks, provide shade to streams, and create habitat and food for organisms at the bottom of the food web. This project is located in the Webb Creek catchment, an important tributary…Read More
Check out the latest water quality report from our 106 staff!
Youth Conservation Corps helps build the Lapwai Nature Park Trail!
We had a great group of kids working for the Clearwater Basin Youth Conservation Corps come out for three days to help us build trail, clear brush, and remove old fences. They worked extremely hard in really hot temperatures and we are very grateful for their contribution to this project.Read More
Lapwai Nature Park
The Nez Perce Tribe will partner with Idaho Fish and Game, the University of Idaho, and the Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute to restore 30 acres of riparian and wetland habitat on the south-east edge of the City of Lapwai. Eighteen species of invasive weeds have been documented in this area, and the dumping of trash here…Read More