The Boulder-White Clouds area — parts of which were designated as wilderness in recent years — is an example of the mostly non-partisan collaboration among Idaho public lands stakeholders. This photo depicts Castle Peak in the White Cloud Mountains in Central Idaho.
The Boulder-White Clouds area — parts of which were designated as wilderness in recent years — is an example of the mostly non-partisan collaboration among Idaho public lands stakeholders. This photo depicts Castle Peak in the White Cloud Mountains in Central Idaho. Photo Courtesy of the Idaho Cons
The Boulder-White Clouds area — parts of which were designated as wilderness in recent years — is an example of the mostly non-partisan collaboration among Idaho public lands stakeholders. This photo depicts Castle Peak in the White Cloud Mountains in Central Idaho. Photo Courtesy of the Idaho Cons

Note to Perdue, Zinke: No need for politics in Idaho quest to preserve public lands

June 01, 2017 09:28 AM

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