I posted this thread not knowing what kind of response I would get. I'm really glad to have found other traditional photographers in Boise, as I had thought that most people here had converted to digital.
I do know Tom Cooper of Boise Photo and Darkroom, he's helped me on multiple occasions. He and his wife are running a very professional and personable shop, and their darkroom is great to rent.
I've never looked into the Boise Camera Club, but I have heard that's it's pretty active. I guess I figured it would be full of digital photographers, so I didn't give it a second thought. I'll have to look back into that now.
I think it'd be a great idea to start a traditional-specific group here, as it seems we've got about 10 or so people who would be interested in having one. We could start an APUG chapter, but I'm thinking I could even put together a small group website with contact information, areas of study/work, and a bit of a portfolio for each user in our area. Tell me your ideas on this. I've got webspace (I run a photoblog) and a good hand for code and design, so it would be pretty easy to do. I think a sort of online reference for traditional photographers in the Boise area would be a useful tool.