New Board Members!


At our Boise Spring Community Dinner on May 7 we announced the results of our board of directors elections and the board officially approved its slate of officers for 2014.  Thank you for your participation in choosing our member selected board. The newly elected members of our 2014 board are: Steve Crowley of Boise grew […]

New Carbon Rules

Coal vs. Efficiency

EPA’s Crackdown on Coal Emissions: Cleaner Energy while Keeping Lights On Here’s a brief Q&A look at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new draft rule to reduce carbon pollution from the nation’s existing coal-fired electricity generating plants: Click here for our press release on this topic What did EPA do Monday? The U.S. Environmental Protection […]

TREAT Reactor Restart

TREAT Feat Image

UPDATED Jan. 17, 2014 | On January 10, 2013 the Snake River Alliance submitted comments to the Idaho Department of Energy regarding the restart a 55 year old reactor at Idaho Nation Laboratory.  – January 10, 2014 To: Chuck Ljungberg, Department of Energy From: Beatrice Brailsford, Snake River Alliance Re: Draft Environmental Assessment for the Resumption […]

Become a Member


The Snake River Alliance offers a unique opportunity to make a real difference today, and for countless generations to come. We want you to join us in our call for peace and justice, the end to nuclear weapons, responsible solutions to nuclear waste and contamination, and sustainable alternatives to coal and nuclear power.

Join the Snake River Alliance today!

With your help we will continue to protect one of the most precious places in the world and pave the way for the clean energy future that Idahoans deserve.

Why support the Snake River Alliance?

*We are Idaho’s only statewide nuclear watchdog and leading clean energy advocate.
*We have a 34-year history of success.
*We make every dollar count.
*We are our members!  The Alliance wouldn’t exist without the financial support and active input and involvement of our members.

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In the News

  • Alliance Members at Idaho National Lab Tour - 2012

    A COMMUNITY UNITED: Snake River Alliance advocates clean energy in Idaho

    Original Link: Posted: Monday, July 7, 2014 12:03 am By IDAHO PRESS-TRIBUNE STAFF On March 28, 1979, the unit two reactor at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant partially melted. The event is the most serious accident in U.S. nuclear power plant history and lead to changes in nuclear power plant operations, according […]

  • Press Release: Snake River Alliance Executive Director to Leave in July

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 10, 2014 CONTACT: Snake River Alliance Liz Woodruff, Executive Director 208-344-9161 (w); 208-871-4597 (c) Beth Jacob, Board President 724-880-4086 (c) Snake River Alliance Executive Director to Leave in July BOISE, ID—After more than six years with the Snake River Alliance, Executive Director Liz Woodruff will leave the organization on July 3, 2014.  She is leaving to […]

  • Solar Installers

    Idaho Public Utilities Commission rejects Idaho Power’s request to halt contract talks with solar power developers

    The Idaho Public Utilities Commission heard your voices and rejected Idaho Power’s request to halt contract talks with solar power developers, telling the state’s largest utility it should get back to the bargaining table and figure out how to plug more solar power into its grid. “After reviewing the Petition, the accompanying pre-filed testimony, the […]

  • Energy Update | April 21

    The Northwest’s leading energy efficiency provider is looking at what may be BIG reductions in it ability to save energy in our region because some of its funders, including a big one in Idaho, want to stop supporting it, and we’ll need your voice in trying to push back. Idaho Power is also seeking a […]

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