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Category Archives: Idaho

Why Public Lands Matter

Public lands — how they are managed and how they are used — matter.  Public Lands are critical to the conservation of fish and wildlife habitat, watersheds, cultural resources, and antiquities.  They’re a critical source of outdoor recreation such as hiking, fishing, and hunting.  They are also an important economic engine driving traditional resource use, […]

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Grants for Substance Abuse Prevention Programs Now Available

The Office of Drug Policy will award approximately $1.6 million in grants to fund substance abuse primary prevention programs across the state for FY2018. The funding is available through the Substance Abuse Block Grant (SABG), and is intended to provide substance abuse prevention services directly to youth, families and other at-risk individuals, and/or community coalitions […]

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2016 Capitol Christmas Tree Project Wrap-Up

By Keith Lannom, Forest Supervisor, Payette National Forest After more than a year of planning, the 2016 US Capitol Christmas Tree project is almost complete. Brian Harris and Chris Niccoli are driving back to McCall now, once they are home safely, I will consider the project 100% complete. Tuesday evening, December 6th, Idaho 5th grader […]

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