On The Monday, June 25, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters:

Jun 22, 2018
  • Poaching killing off Idaho birds.
  • A look at Boise's growing pains.
  • A look back at the re-location of a Boise landmark.

- Researchers are finding a disturbing uptick in poached birds and other wildlife in Southwest Idaho. We'll speak to one Boise State researcher who sees the dangerous affects this could have on the state's ecosystem.

- Boise State Public Radio is rolling out a series looking at the growth in Idaho and the various social, economic and environmental impacts on the people and institutions of the state. The first installment of Our Our Changing Idaho airs on Monday's Idaho Matters.

- A century-old giant sequoia once stood in the way of progress. Rather than scrap the beloved Boise landmark, it was decided to move it to make way for an expansion project at St. Luke's. The tree was uprooted and moved. Today it is thriving and on Monday's program we'll look back at the re-location and the tree's progress.