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Home ::: Idaho

Population: 1567803

Total Males: 785954
Total Females: 781849
Median Household Income: $ 47015
Total Households: 577648

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of Idaho in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Aberdeen Ahsahka
Albion Almo American Falls
Ammon Ann Arbor Arbon
Arco Arimo Ashton
Athol Atomic City Avery
Bancroft Banks Basalt
Bayview Bellevue Blackfoot
Blanchard Bliss Bloomington
Boise Boise City Bonners Ferry
Bosie Bovill Bozeman
Bruneau Buhl Burley
Calder Caldwell Cambridge
Carey Careywood Carlsbad
Carmen Cascade Castleford
Cataldo CDA Challis
Chesapeake Chester Chubbuck
Clark Fork Clarkia Clayton
Clifton Cocolalla Coeur 'D Alene
Coeur D Alene COEUR D' ALENE Coeur d'Alene
Coeur d’Alene Colburn Coolin
Cottonwood Couer d'alene Council
Craigmont Culdesac Dalton Gardens
Dayton Deary Declo
Des Moines Desmet Dietrich
Dixie Donnelly Dover
Downey Driggs Dubois
Eagle Eastport Eden
Elk City Elk River Emmett
Fairfield Felt Fenn
Ferdinand Fernwood Filer
Firth Fish Haven Fort Hall
Franklin Fruitland Garden City
Garden Valley Genesee Geneva
Georgetown Gibbonsville Glenns Ferry
Gooding Grace Grand View
Grangeville Greencreek Greenleaf
Hagerman Hailey Hamer
Hammett Hansen Harrison
Harvard Hauser Hayden
Hayden Lake Hazelton Headquarters
Heyburn Hidden Springs Holbrook
Homedale Hope Horseshoe Bend
Howe Huntsville Huston
Idaho City Idaho Falls Indian Valley
Indianapolis Inkom Iona
Irwin Island Park Jerome
Juliaetta Kamiah Kellogg
Kendrick Ketchum Keuterville
Kimberly King Hill Kingston
Kooskia Kootenai Kuna
Laclede Lake Fork Lapwai
Las Vegas Lava Hot Springs Leadore
Lemhi Lenore Lewiston
Lewisville Lowman Lucile
Mackay Macks Inn Malad City
Malta Marsing May
McCall McCammon Medimont
Melba Menan Meridian
Middleton Midvale Minidoka
Minneapolis Monteview Montpelier
Moore Moreland Moscow
Mountain Home Mountain Home Air Force Base Moyie Springs
Mtn Home Mullan Murphy
Murray Murtaugh Nampa
Naples New Meadows New Plymouth
Newdale Nezperce Nordman
North Fork Notus Oakley
Ola Oldtown Onaway
Orofino Osburn Ovid
Paris Parker Parma
Paul Payette Peck
Pierce Pinehurst Pingree
Placerville Plummer Pocatello
Pollock Ponderay Porthill
Post Falls Potlatch Preston
Priest Lake Priest River Princeton
Rathdrum Reubens Rexburg
Richfield Rigby Riggins
Ririe Roberts Rockland
Rogerson Rupert Sagle
Saint Anthony Saint Maries Salmon
Sandpoint Santa Seattle
Shelley Shoshone Silverton
Smelterville Soda Springs Spalding
Spirit Lake Spokane Springfield
St Anthony St Maries Stanley
Star Stites Sugar City
Sun Valley Swan Valley Swanlake
Sweet Tendoy Tensed
Terreton Teton Tetonia
Thatcher Troy Twin Fallls
Twin Falls Ucon Vernon
Victor Viola Wallace
Warren Waterloo Wayan
Weippe Weiser Wendell
Weston White Bird Wilder
Winchester Worley Yellow Pine
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: Idaho

Basic History

The region was explored in 1805-1806. It was then a part of the Oregon country, held jointly by the United States and Great Britain. Boundary disputes with Great Britain were settled by the Oregon Treaty in 1846, and the first permanent US settlement in Idaho was established in 1860. After gold was discovered at Orofino Creek in 1860, prospectors swarmed into the territory, but they left little more than a number of ghost towns. In the 1870s, growing white occupation of Indian lands led to a series of battles between US forces and the Native Americans. However, they were eventually defeated by the US troops.

Environmental History

With 10 life zones, Idaho has some 3000 native plants. Characteristic evergreens are Douglas fir and western white pine; oak/mountain mahogany, juniper and spruce constitute the other main forest types. Syringa is the state flower. Water howellia, Spalding’s catchfly, and Ute-ladies-tresses are the state’s threatened plant species. Elk, moose, white-tailed and mule deer, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, mountain lion, black bear are numerous. Rare animal species include the kit fox and pika. The grizzly bear and bald eagle are listed as threatened, while the gray wolf, American falcon, and whooping crane are endangered. A total of 20 animal species are listed as threatened or endangered.

Green Initiatives

The U.S. Green Building Council is sponsoring a Green Schools Initiative intending to highlight the value of greening schools to reduce operating costs, improve student performance and protect the environment. A school building or facility that creates a healthy environment that is conducive to learning while saving energy, resources and money is a Green School. Allied Waste Services of Idaho in partnership with Clean Cities Coalition, is doing everything possible to minimize the environmental impact. They have launched a fleet of natural gas-powered trucks and built compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations. The change from biodiesel to natural gas improves air quality, reduce greenhouse emissions and increase energy independence. Compressed natural gas is a domestic resource and a cleaner-burning fuel than gas or diesel. The project is a perfect example in lowering carbon footprint and improving the quality of air.
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