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The Society of Environmental Journalists Conference returns to Boise

A sage grouse stands on a grassy plain.
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In two week,s hundreds of journalists, scientists and government representatives will gather in Boise to talk about everything from climate change, wildfires, biology and the natural environment.

The Society of Environmental Journalists Conference is a chance to exchange ideas and learn more about the issues affecting our planet. Meaghan Parker, the Executive Director of the Society of Environmental Journalists, joined Idaho Matters to talk more.

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