Land, Water & Wildlife Program

In November 2008, the voters of Blaine County, Idaho, approved Proposition 1, the Land, Water and Wildlife Levy, establishing a two-year levy to protect natural resources and the quality of life valued by area residents. The ballot language for this levy included a requirement for a Levy Advisory Board (LAB) made up of local citizens to advise the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) on conservation and proposals and proper investment of the levy proceeds.

Purpose

The purpose of LAB is to recommend to the BCC the highest and best use of the funds to achieve optimal conservation value and public benefits as well as a standardized and transparent process for the consideration for eligible expenditures.

The Levy Advisory Board is committed to creating a model program and an effective, efficient process in order to achieve the results voters expect and to provide the maximum public benefit with the funds available. The process of analyzing projects and spending the levy funds will be open and transparent.

Interested In Local Conservation? 

Here’s a great opportunity to make a difference!

Blaine County is seeking persons interested in serving a voluntary position on the Levy Advisory Board for its   Land, Water and Wildlife Program (LWWP).  Exciting projects are being considered by the LAB which meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings of every month.  

To apply, please visit www.blainecounty.org or contact the Land Use Services office at 208-788-5570, for the position description and application form.  The application deadline is Thursday, January 10, 2019.

Levy Advisory Board Position Description

Levy Advisory Board Position Application