Category: Coordinating Team

Accepting BREN Coordinating Team Applications!

We’re looking for new Coordinating Team members! The Boise River is shared among everyone in the Treasure Valley, and BREN membership and leadership is inclusive. Land owners, elected officials, water users, consultants, researchers, resource managers, river recreation enthusiasts, teachers, environmental advocates, government workers, water managers, business owners and all those who live, work and play in the Boise… Read more »

Fall at the Reserve

With support from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, BREN, the Land Trust of the Treasure Valley and many other community partners have started a new project at the City of Boise’s Hyatt Hidden Lakes Reserve. The goals of the 18-month project are to improve hillside habitat at the reserve and introduce new visitors to… Read more »

New Partnership Improves Wildlife Habitat and Enriches Lives

The Boise River Enhancement Network is thrilled to be a lead partner in a new and innovative project at the Hyatt Hidden Lakes Reserve. Nestled in a residential and commercial area in West Boise, the reserve is a hidden gem of nature. The series of ponds, wetlands and hillsides blend together to create a unique pocket… Read more »

Seeking Nominations for BREN Coordinating Team

We’re looking for BREN members to join our Coordinating Team! The Boise River is shared among everyone in the Treasure Valley, and BREN membership and leadership is inclusive. Land owners, water users, consultants, researchers, resource managers, river recreation enthusiasts, teachers, environmental advocates, government workers, water managers, business owners and all those who live, work and… Read more »

2016 BREN Coordinating Team Election

BREN Coordinating Team Election, September 19th-25th Please vote to elect members to the BREN Coordinating Team! This year we have 6 seats up for reelection. The Coordinating Team is delegated to act on behalf of BREN and is responsible for providing direction to achieve BREN’s vision including setting goals, policies and procedures. Important dates: •… Read more »

City Plan Needs to Protect Habitat

Dear Mr. President and Parks and Recreation Commissioners, I am writing on behalf of the Boise River Enhancement Network (BREN.) BREN is a local network of over 200 members whose primary goal is connecting people and projects in support of ecological enhancement of the Boise River. Our members represent diverse interests, including agriculture, economic development,… Read more »