Established in 1997 as a public outreach program, the Idaho Environmental Monitoring Program provides current environmental measurements collected in southeastern Idaho. Thanks in part to the State of Idaho INL Oversight Program, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, and the Department of Energy's INL Environmental Surveillance, Education and Research Program the public can visit environmental monitoring stations like the one displayed here.
These stations are located in Terreton, Big Lost River Rest Area, Fort Hall, and the City of Idaho Falls. To see current conditions at any of these stations, select the location of your choice.