Voluntary Conservation in Idaho Map

This map features various layers of information related to voluntary conservation in Idaho. The Idaho Soil and Water Conservation Commission, Soil Conservation Districts throughout the State of Idaho and Natural Resources Conservation Service work with local landowners to place Best Management Practices (BMPs) on the ground to improve water quality and farm/ranch operations.  Click on a subbasin to view conservation accomplishments in your area. You can also view the boundaries for legislative and congressional districts, counties, and soil conservation district boundaries by selecting those layers and clicking on the map to learn more.

TO VIEW DIFFERENT LAYERS FIRST CLICK ON VIEW LARGER MAP, THEN SELECT THE LAYERS THAT YOU WOULD  LIKE TO VIEW FROM THE TOP RIGHT DROP DOWN LIST UNDER LAYERS.

*Please note: If multiple layers are selected, then you may need to use the arrow in the pop-up window to scroll through information for each layer.

Idaho Stream Temperature Map

The NorWeST stream temperature project aggregates data from hundreds of individuals working for dozens of state, federal, tribal, and private resource agencies across the northwestern U.S. to provide open access to this information through a public website. More than 50,000,000 hourly temperature recordings at more than 15,000 unique stream sites are available through the website and these data are also used to develop high-resolution temperature scenario maps like the one shown on this page.

 

Stream Temperature Map

 

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