John, left, and Frank Craighead wrote most of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. They’re pictured here in Hells Canyon in 1970.
John, left, and Frank Craighead wrote most of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. They’re pictured here in Hells Canyon in 1970. Craighead family photo
John, left, and Frank Craighead wrote most of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. They’re pictured here in Hells Canyon in 1970. Craighead family photo

‘The lifeblood’ of our state: For 50 years, saving rivers has been good for Idaho

October 14, 2017 08:17 PM

UPDATED October 16, 2017 10:18 AM

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