Ten-year-old deer hunter Ayla Kaltenecker was among more than 2,000 Idahoans who gathered at the State Capitol for a Public Lands Rally on March 4, 2017. “I like supporting public lands and I want them to be around forever,” she says.
Ten-year-old deer hunter Ayla Kaltenecker was among more than 2,000 Idahoans who gathered at the State Capitol for a Public Lands Rally on March 4, 2017. “I like supporting public lands and I want them to be around forever,” she says. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Ten-year-old deer hunter Ayla Kaltenecker was among more than 2,000 Idahoans who gathered at the State Capitol for a Public Lands Rally on March 4, 2017. “I like supporting public lands and I want them to be around forever,” she says. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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