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Idaho's Conservation Experiment: 50 Years Later explores the history and future of the Sawtooth National Recreation Area.
A disturbing crime, a desperate act, and how one case could change the way prisons treat some transgender inmates. From Boise State Public Radio and The Mountain West News Bureau, this is LOCKED, a podcast hosted by Amanda Peacher.

Episode 6: Making History

Amanda Peacher
Boise State Public Radio
The first response Amanda Peacher received from Adree Edmo in February of 2019.

Adree Edmo’s legal victory is a huge deal for her, but also for prisons and for transgender inmates like her.

If you have questions or feedback, we'd love to hear from you. Send us an email or record a voice memo with your full name and where you're from to LOCKEDPOD@gmail.com. We might even answer your question on a future episode.

Learn how we reported this story here.


Amanda Peacher works for the Mountain West News Bureau out of Boise State Public Radio. She's an Idaho native who returned home after a decade of living and reporting in Oregon. She's an award-winning reporter with a background in community engagement and investigative journalism.