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The Idaho Legislature is preparing to convene in the midst of a historic, deadly pandemic. Advocates, minority party leaders and the Governor have called for a postponement as COVID-19 vaccine …
Despite the Idaho Department of Land’s issuance of an initial permit and discussions for over 10 months, no public disclosure or input has occurred.
The latest on the Boise-based development firm proposal of a massive exchange with the State of Idaho for public lands surrounding the City of McCall and Payette Lake.
In July, Idahoans learned of a troubling proposal from a company called Trident Holdings, that would privatize 28,000 acres of state lands surrounding Payette Lake and the community of McCall. …
Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed S. 3422, the Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) on a vote of 310-107! The measure will guarantee permanent annual funding of $900 million …
Trident is trying to acquire these lands for development, roads and housing, and not conservation nor to preserve the quality of life that locals and visitors enjoy.
We carefully reviewed the proposed trail from conservation, recreation, and community perspectives and fully support the Forest Service’s decision in this case.
One step closer to putting Idahoans to work restoring trails, campgrounds, wildlife habitat, and other resources on our public lands.
You have until May 14 to let the Forest Service know you support a comprehensive EIS and want fewer temporary roads around Sage Hen Reservoir.
Gov. Little noted that rural communities are being hit hard with the loss of tourism revenue and that possible large scale forest restoration work can help provide some economic benefits.