In 2017, Boise's Greenbelt sustained massive damage as a result of a wet winter and subsequent flooding. So as spring settles in this time around, it's no wonder folks are recalling the events of last year.
Andrew Metzner and Steve Stuebner talk about how the community of McCall is using outdoor recreation to grow their economy on Idaho Matters on Monday, June 4, 2018.
The town of McCall, Idaho is looking to bolster its economy and facilitate responsible and sustainable growth models as residents pour into Idaho. We speak with Andrew Metzner of the West Central Mountains Economic Development Council and Steve Stuener of Cable One about using the region's outdoor attractions to encourage economic growth as well as preserving McCall's natural settings.
Cynthia Gibson, executive director of the Idaho Bike/Walk Alliance and David Fotsch, director of Idaho Greenbike (and BSPR-CAB member) discuss what makes Boise such a bike-friendly city on Idaho Matters on Wednesday, May 9, 2018.
American cities are showcasing their bike-friendliness in efforts to attract new businesses and healthy workforces and Boise is doing everything to stay ahead of the trend. Cynthia Gibson, executive director of the Idaho Walk/Bike Alliance and Dave Fotsch, director of Boise Green Bike (and BSPR community advisory board member) discuss ways in which Boise is improving its bike-ability.