Archive for April, 2018


Image result for proposed boise stadiumBack in the fall of 2017 a feasibility and economic impact study was released regarding a proposed multi-use downtown Boise Sports Park. The stadium would be the new home to the Boise Hawks, an expansion team for the United Soccer League, and utilized as a venue for large concerts and other special events. Now with the news that the developer is looking again at the original site off Americana and has scheduled a neighborhood meeting for April 17th, the conversation about the proposed project is heating up again.

Building a Greener Idaho contributors took some time to sit down and discuss what this proposed project could mean for Boise and some of the issues Boise citizens are raising. It’s a new Round Table format for our show and we hope you will tune in Tuesday, April 17th at 3pm on Radio Boise at 93.5 FM, 89.9 FM or by streaming us at http://radioboise.us/.



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Today I speak with Austin Hopkins from the Idaho Conservation League about his work on air quality and transportation in the Treasure Valley and the rest of Idaho.

As the fastest growing state in the nation, now is the time to increase the level of dialogue around growth, density, transportation infrastructure, and the potential impacts on our air quality should we fail to make the right choices now.

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Among the many groups, agencies and local governments working on transportation planning, the Idaho Conservation League wants to engage their members and constituents in this important dialogue through the lens of air quality and ultimately, climate change.

Unfortunately our FM broadcast is down currently (click here for status) but as always you can stream Radio Boise online on your mobile device or computer via www.radioboise.us


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