The Salmon-Challis National Forest includes some of our favorite places—the Pioneers, Salmon River, Mount Borah, and the iconic Lemhi range. These are public lands owned by all of us—and we all have a role to play in how they are cared for.
Forest Plan Is Being Revised
A process for revising the forest plan is happening right now.Forest plans provide the framework for managing national forests and guide decision-making.This plan and process will determine the future of this special area in Central Idaho. The Salmon Challis National Forest has kicked off a revision to its forest plans dating from 1987 and 1988.
Provide Your Feedback
This opportunity to participate is incredibly important for all us—because we can shape the future of these areas. The U.S. Forest Service is working hard to reach out to the public as the agency embarks on the revision. Over the next week, the Forest Service is hosting meetings in Salmon, Challis and Mackay.
It is also holding a webinar for those who can’t attend the in-person events. Join us in our Ketchum office for this webinar. But if you can’t make it, you can log in from anywhere.