Idaho has some of the nation’s most remarkable rivers, including two of the original eight protected with the passage of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act in 1968. These two include the Middle Fork of the Clearwater (which also incorporates the Selway and Lochsa rivers) and the Middle Fork of the Salmon.
Join the Idaho Conservation League’s community engagement associate, Lana Weber, at REI-Boise to learn more about the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and specifically the Middle Fork Salmon. This river is one of the last free-flowing tributaries of the Salmon River system, originating 20 miles northwest of Stanley, Idaho, with the merging of Bear Valley and Marsh creeks.
Lana will be fresh off the boat from a recent Middle Fork trip, enthusiastic to share her photos and stories.
Space is limited for this free event, so registration is required.