Next Pioneers Alliance Meeting April 24 at 7 pm!

Meetings are held at Carey City Hall and all are welcome.  For more information contact Trish at 578-4083.

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Pavilion Dedication and Field Tour Wrap up

The Boyd L. Stocking Memorial Pavilion Dedication in Carey this past Saturday was a great success! The day was started with a field tour hosted by the Pioneers Alliance showcasing the Pioneers-Craters area. The tour involved a flight over the landscape provided by Lighthawk, and later a discussion of key issues and projects in the […]

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Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve Awarded Grant by National Park Foundation

The Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve was recently awarded a 2012 Impact Grant by the National Park Foundation. The National Park Foundation is a non-profit organization that serves as one of the primary charities of National Parks in the US. The funding from this grant will contribute to the continued efforts of […]

Boyd L. Stocking Memorial Pavilion Dedication

The dedication event will take place on August 11th at 4 pm, and will feature, among others, honorary guest Governor Mike Simpson. The Pioneers Alliance has been working with CERG (Carey Economic Revitalization Group) to build the Boyd L. Stocking Memorial Pavilion in Carey. The public pavilion, located next to the Blaine County Fairgrounds, will […]

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Pioneers Alliance Hikes Friedman Creek

On Monday, members of the Pioneers Alliance, including Mike Stevens of PMG and colleagues from The Nature Conservancy, Idaho Conservation League and the Bureau of Land Management, toured portions of the Friedman Creek Wilderness Study Area. This is a spectacular and remote area in the heart of the Pioneer Mountains. The area provides superb big […]

Discussions on Wildlife Management and Conservation Easements

Brett Stevenson, Central Idaho Associate for the Idaho Conservation League, wrote a blog post on ICL’s website in response to an editorial in the Idaho Mountain Express. (Read IME’s article here) Brett identifies that the newspaper took on a challenging task of “distinguishing between conservation easements and wildlife management issues” and further clarifies the difference […]

Explore the Pioneer Mountains

There are two great opportunities coming up to explore the Pioneer Mountains through photography and outdoor adventure! This Wednesday, June 6th at 6pm, join us at the Ketchum Community library to view breathtaking images of the Pioneers through the lens of Kirk Anderson. Mike Stevens, of the Pioneers Alliance, will also be presenting on our […]

Sage Grouse Initiative (SGI) has launched a new website

In an effort to get the word out about the Sage Grouse Initiative (SGI), a new website has been created. Highlights on the site include: SGI Video Collection SGI Success Tracker SGI events and News Funding Opportunities Photo Library Browse around the new site and engage with the information provided by the Sage Grouse Initiative […]

NRCS Meeting in Carey on GRP

Tonight, the Pioneers Alliance is hosting an informational session with the Natural Resources Conservation Service to discuss sign up opportunities for land owners for the Grassland Reserve Program (GRP). To learn more about this program follow this link. The meeting will held at 6:00pm at Carey City Hall.

Pronghorn Migration Study featured in High Country News

The latest issue of High Country News features wildlife migration. One article describes the importance of private lands for sustaining pronghorn migration. This article mentions the pronghorn migration study conducted by the Lava Lake Institute, in partnership with the Pioneers Alliance. To read the article click here.

About Us

The Pioneers Alliance is a cooperative effort by ranchers, local residents, conservationists and public land managers to conserve and enhance the natural and cultural values of the Pioneer Mountains and Craters of the Moon landscape of south-central Idaho.

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