Lambertson Lake lies in what is known as Clagstone Meadows, forest land owned by Stimson Lumber Co. in Bonner County. Neighbors had fought development of the area, which was approved in 2006 but now they, the company and conservation groups hope to purchase an easement on the land for $7 million using federal Forest Legacy funds.
Lambertson Lake lies in what is known as Clagstone Meadows, forest land owned by Stimson Lumber Co. in Bonner County. Neighbors had fought development of the area, which was approved in 2006 but now they, the company and conservation groups hope to purchase an easement on the land for $7 million using federal Forest Legacy funds. Susan Drumheller
Lambertson Lake lies in what is known as Clagstone Meadows, forest land owned by Stimson Lumber Co. in Bonner County. Neighbors had fought development of the area, which was approved in 2006 but now they, the company and conservation groups hope to purchase an easement on the land for $7 million using federal Forest Legacy funds. Susan Drumheller
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