BREN board member, Adam Bass, spent the winter being a river guide in Australia. March 28th he will host a Riverside Chat to talk about his travels and compare Australian rivers to the Boise River. Register at the zoom link here.
BREN will be at the Boise WaterShed for their Earth Day Celebration! This is a great family activity, be sure to stop by our table and say hi! TACOS, LIVE MUSIC, GIVEAWAYS, TOURS, ART & GAMES SATURDAY, April 15th - FREE ACTIVITIES 10 AM – 1 PM The WaterShed, 11818 W. Joplin Road, Boise 83714 More […]
Celebrate Earth Day by helping to clean up the Boise River! We will meet at Star City Hall at 9 am, then head to the river to pick up trash. Trash bags will be provided, please bring gloves. Star City Hall 10769 W State Street
Thank you for considering BREN during Idaho Gives week. Here is the link to the Idaho Gives website, or you can donate here. Please join us for our Idaho Gives Party, Wednesday, May 3rd 5:30-7:30 at Kristin Armstrong Municipal Park.
We hope you can come to our party! Join BREN and our partners to celebrate Idaho Gives. RSVP: Idaho Gives Celebration Tickets, Wed, May 3, 2023 at 5:30 PM | Eventbrite
Save the date! BREN is teaming up with Boise Bicycle Project (BBP) to host a plant tour, led by our own Rob Tiedemann, and social bike ride along the greenbelt. Exact details are still being worked out but mark your calendars for June 21st at 5:45 pm and meet in front of BBP located at […]
Friday, July 18th join BREN and U of I graduate student Tate Libunao for a Riverside Chat. Tate will be in Boise this fall when BREN volunteers collect crayfish for his study. Friday he will discuss the science and the results so far. Register in advance at: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0oc-iupjorEtV6hKSI19gW0DhVAGx2-Qre
RSVP HERE The Boise River Enhancement Network (BREN) is once again partnering with the University of Idaho to catch crayfish for the Crayfish Mercury Project. This multi-year project measures the level of mercury in Crayfish which helps determine if crayfish and other fish caught from the river are safe for humans to eat. This is […]
Watershed Watch is a one-day science event to help gather data about the health of the Boise River. The event takes place the fourth Thursday in September with upper elementary students in the Treasure Valley. For more info visit the Boise WaterShed website.
Who Doesn't Love a Party? Especially When it is a Costume Party! Join in the fun at the first Boise River Night! Celebrate fall and show your love for the Boise River by dressing for how you enjoy the river, or as something from the river. Are you a rafter, floater, jogger, bird watcher, angler, […]