“Join us for our second annual spring hike to get a project update (good things happening!),” said Steve Stuebner, a coalition spokesman. “Celebrate open space and Earth Day, learn about spring flowers, and enjoy some cookies and drinks afterwards. It’s a family-friendly hike. All ages are welcome.”
The group has presented its case to the Boise Foothills Levy Committee, the Boise Planning & Zoning Commission, and will be presenting soon to the Boise City Council. Approximately 300 people showed up for the spring hike in 2008.
“We’ve all heard the phrase a “death by a thousand cuts,” said Michelle Cooper, coalition president, a mother of two who’s been hiking in the area for 15+ years. “Well, that’s what is happening
Watch a cool video about why we need to protect Hillside to the Hollow.
For more information, call Matt at 345-2413 or email email@example.com. Watch our web site for updates in case of nasty bad weather, www.hillsidetothehollow.org.