The City of Boise is proud to join leading conservation organizations, National Geographic, the Biden-Harris administration, and other government agencies in a global effort to support our environment. This effort is called the Campaign for Nature: 30x30. The goal is to conserve at least 30 percent of land and water all over the world by 2030. It’s an ambitious undertaking, but one that will help protect clean drinking water sources, combat the negative impacts of climate change, protect endangered species and more.
Now is the time to act to create real and lasting change. By creating a set of 30x30 goals unique to Boise, we can directly protect native habitat in our open spaces, manage park properties to promote pollinators, increase the city’s tree canopy and promote healthy soils – all while protecting the Boise River for generations to come.