The Landscape

One of the jewels of America’s natural heritage, the Pioneers-Craters landscape ranges from sagebrush steppe, grasslands and lava flows to river, foothill and mountain ecosystems, supporting an array of wide-ranging and migratory wildlife.  

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 […]

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 […]

Southern Pioneers Bike Tour

Join the ride this Saturday June 11 through the southern Pioneer Mountains on all dirt road. The ride starts at 9am in Carey at the fairgrounds with two different ride options (see map below): a 38 mile loop climbing up Road Canyon and descending the South Fork of Muldoon Creek or a 5-15 mile out and […]

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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