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Karen Schumacher

Karen Schumacher is a regular contributor to Idahoans Against Agenda 21.

Technocracy may be an unfamiliar concept to many or not easily understood by those who are familiar with it, or even it’s relationship to the United Nations (UN) 17 Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).  Both are one and the same.  Essentially, under the ruse of the UN originated climate …

Immunizations continue to be at the forefront in federal government programs and in states that create legislation with mandates for vaccine compliance. Each state has vaccination requirements for children entering kindergarten, including Idaho, with some states requiring more vaccines than others.  While all school immunization laws grant vaccine exemptions for …

The Lemhi River is 60 miles long, as a tributary flows northwest to the Salmon River, feeding into the Snake River,  and ultimately flows into the Columbia River. Below is a map of Lemhi River Basin tributaries that are priority areas for conservation.  Multiple ranches are dependent on this water …

Much interest in the Lemhi River and its tributaries has been around for some time.  According to the Idaho Water Resource Board (IWRB), the “Lemhi River is one of the cornerstones of Idaho’s Salmon Recovery Effort.” In 2004, the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) conducted a study, Instream Flow Assessment Big …

The final Western Governors Association (WGA) workshop on Reimagining the Rural West (RRW) was held on December 3, 2019, in Post Falls, with host Governor Brad Little providing the opening remarks.  Idaho is all in on funding this U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) rural program, disguised as RRW. In his opening remarks, Gov. Little emphasized …

Continuing with the second Western Governors Association (WGA) Reimagining the Rural West (RRW) workshop, held November 4 & 5 in Santa Fe, more details were revealed about the objectives to transform, not reimagine, rural communities.  Up to this point, panel members are from areas or organizations where RRW objectives have …

In the first Reimagining the Rural West (RRW) article, the Western Governors Association (WGA) panel discussions were reviewed for what this “project” intended to execute on rural communities.  The second WGA workshop was held November 5 & 6 in Santa Fe.  Nothing like getting luxury trips while discussing how to …

The Western Governors Association (WGA) has a new project that interferes with and disrupts how rural communities govern their towns and how they live, taking over local representation. As the WGA continues to destroy our Republic by focusing on regionalism, concocting ideas and decisions between themselves without citizen involvement, deciding …

The Idaho Rangeland Resources Commission (IRRC) was created by the Idaho legislature in 1994 (Title 58 Chapter 14), comprised of five Governor-appointed voting members that include Royce Schwenkfelder, Ross Goddard, Darcy Helmick, Todd Holbrook, and John Peavey who come from different areas of the state.  There are also “permanent” non-voting advisory members …

Salmon Valley Stewardship (SVS) is located in Salmon, Idaho.  Their website states it began with “assistance” and “funding” by the Sonoran Institute in 2004 and a Sonoran staff member, Adrienne Blauser, became the SVS Coordinator.  In 2005 Ms. Blauser attended a White House Conference on Cooperative Conservation along with multiple other non-governmental organizations (NGO).  This conference followed an executive order that “directed federal …