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  • Boise looks to homeowners to fight fire, invasive species in the Foothills

    Some homeowners have been doing this already around property on what’s known as the wildland-urban interface — the boundary between developed and undeveloped land — even though it’s illegal. Brett Hutcheson was once one of them, now Boise Parks and Recreation has given seven homeowners permission to cut down grasses in city-owned open space reserves just outside their properties

Some homeowners have been doing this already around property on what’s known as the wildland-urban interface — the boundary between developed and undeveloped land — even though it’s illegal. Brett Hutcheson was once one of them, now Boise Parks and Recreation has given seven homeowners permission to cut down grasses in city-owned open space reserves just outside their properties Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Some homeowners have been doing this already around property on what’s known as the wildland-urban interface — the boundary between developed and undeveloped land — even though it’s illegal. Brett Hutcheson was once one of them, now Boise Parks and Recreation has given seven homeowners permission to cut down grasses in city-owned open space reserves just outside their properties Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Boise looks to team up with landowners to fight fire, invasive plants in Foothills

June 24, 2017 10:34 PM