Our Mission

Engage the public in southern Selkirk resource and land management issues through cooperation, scientific inquiry, education and economic diversity.

Our Vision

The Selkirk Conservation Alliance is the leading and faithful advocate to all who live, love and benefit from Priest Lake and its surroundings. We are committed to understanding, supporting and protecting the environment and all living beings found here. We are dedicated to the educational programs and scientific research that support and maintain this rare and exceptional environment for future generations.

Latest News

Fall Selkirk Conservation Alliance Member Drive! Please renew your membership today!

As a small, grassroots environmental nonprofit, Selkirk Conservation Alliance is dependent on not only participation from our members but also ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DUES! Please also…

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PLEASE Support the Businesses that support SCA!

Month of September SCA fundraisers; Evans Brothers & Ace Hardware Priest River Hello members and supporters of SCA!! We wanted to announce ahead of time…

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SCA Can With USCAN – U. S. Climate Action Network

By Pam Duquette Another “feather” in SCA’s cap and a beneficial partnership was formed this year as we were welcomed as a new member to…

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Who We Are

The Selkirk Conservation Alliance (SCA) is a 501(c)3 nonpartisan environmental nonprofit organization founded in 1986. SCA is one of north Idaho’s oldest environmental nonprofits and has been working to protect the land, air, forests, wetlands, wildlife and WATER of the lower Selkirk Mountains and Priest Lake Watershed (over 1.75 million acres) for the past 36 years.

Featured Project

Selkirk Winter Habitat Monitoring

From 2008 through 2015 the SCA supported several aerial monitoring flights over critical habitat areas which are closed to motorized vehicles. Each flight documented motorized tracks and activity within the critical habitat closure areas. Reports were provided to the federal agencies responsible for enforcement in the non-motorized closure areas. Copies of these reports and other…

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