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Students Stop by the Chamber

While the Boise Metro Chamber receives a lot of inquisitive walk-in visitors (and phone calls), few are ever this young. Yesterday afternoon, a group of seventh grade students from Anser Public Charter School stopped by our office with clipboards in hand. They wanted to know- "What makes Boise so much better than other cities?" Our Senior Vice-President Ray Stark was more than happy to tell them why Boise is special, and what the Chamber does for the city's business community. 

BSU, Peregrine Fund Biologists Make National News with Lucky Peak Study

Peregrine Fund biologist, Dr. Chris McClure, in collaboration with Dr. Jesse Barber, Heidi Ware, and other scientists from Boise State and the Intermountain Bird Observatory created a phantom road on Lucky Peak to show that traffic noise drives songbirds away from forests and harms ones that stay behind.

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