University of Idaho Extension is offering: 2020 Small Farms & Community Food Systems Series
The Bureau of Land Management has published a Notice of Intent in the Federal Register to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement to consider proposed revisions to the agency’s grazing regulations. The BLM currently manages livestock grazing on 155 million of the 245 million acres of publi…
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As some residents of the northwestern United States are digging out from heavy snow and facing travel delays due to wintry weather, forecasters say a parade of storms and plenty of Arctic air will keep the hits coming this week.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Challis Field Office is seeking good homes for wild horses by hosting an adoption event on Friday, Jan. 31 through Saturday, Feb. 1.
A retired U.S. Forest Service wilderness ranger and dedicated wilderness advocate was posthumously awarded for excellence in wilderness education, traditional skills leadership, decision making, and overall wilderness stewardship last month in Washington, D.C.
Idaho Commerce is accepting applications for the Idaho Wild Rivers Grant Program for the 2020 grant cycle. Applications must be submitted via the Department’s online portal by 4 p.m. MST, Jan. 31. Awards will be determined by the Wild Rivers advisory panel in February 2020.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service today released a revised draft land management plan for the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests that has the potential to add nearly 4,000 new jobs to the region and as much as $160 million in additional labor income.
Forest Supervisor, Cheryl Probert of the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests, has prepared a Final Environmental Impact Statement (Final EIS) and draft Record of Decision (ROD) for the Hungry Ridge Restoration project based on public input and the analysis conducted by an interdisciplinary team.
The Bureau of Land Management is pleased to offer a no-cost Veterans Eagle Watch Cruise for military veterans, active duty personnel, and their families on Saturday, Dec. 21.
The Idaho Department of Lands sold Whiskey Branch Timber SZale on Nov. 14 at Orofino. This sale is located within Sections 9, 16 and 17 Township 37N, Range 4E B.M., Clearwater County, State of Idaho, and was purchased by IFG Timber LLC.
The Idaho Department of Lands sold Blind Elk timber sale on Nov. 14 at Orofino. This sale is located within Sections 14 and 33 Township 38N, Range 6E B.M., Clearwater County, State of Idaho, and was purchased by IFG Timber LLC.
The Idaho Department of Lands sold Evans OSR timber sale on Nov. 14 at Orofino. This sale is located within Sections 19 and 20 Township 39N, Range 4E B.M., Clearwater County, State of Idaho, and was purchased by Empire Lumber Co.
A U.S. Forest Service project to reduce fuels, roadside hazards and timber loss caused by the spruce beetle outbreak will close Forest Service Roads (FSR) 1120 and 1129D on Monday, Nov. 11.
With winter driving weather bearing down on much of the state, a new and improved version of the 511 Traveler Information System launched Thursday, Oct. 31.
Before trick-or-treaters slip into the night with their covens and young cohorts, parents can easily ensure they are dressed appropriately to avoid weather-related illness so common this time of year when the weather quickly changes from daytime into night. Temperatures, on average drop 10 d…
Roads accessing the South Grangemont block of state endowment trust land will close to vehicle traffic beginning Monday, Nov. 4, but will remain open to ATVs (under 50 inches) and motorcycles.
Winter hours begin at Nez Perce National Historical Park visitor center Sunday, Nov. 10. The visitor center will be open 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. All 38 park sites will remain open and accessible daily.
(BOISE) – Fire safety burn permits from the Idaho Department of Lands (IDL) are no longer required for burning activities outside of city limits beginning Oct. 21.
A Draft decision designed to reduce the risk of insect and disease infestation, wildfire to local communities and surrounding federal lands, improve water quality and aquatic habitats and restore forest vegetation, dry meadows, and grasslands to a healthy condition is available for public ob…
Missoula, Mont. (Sept. 23) – Electric bicycles (e-bikes) have grown in popularity for both recreational use and hunting on public lands and are currently welcome on more than 52,000 miles of roads and 7,700 miles of trails throughout the USDA Forest Service Northern Region’s nine National Fo…
This time of year, many Idahoans take to Idaho’s forests, rangelands and waterways to participate in annual fall hunting, fishing and other activities. These traditions are woven into the fabric of our culture in Idaho and help define us as Idahoans.
KAMIAH, Idaho – The Red River Ranger District of the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests wants the public to be prepared for an upcoming bridge construction project on Forest Service road 311 at Big Creek, located southeast of Elk City and west of Dixie Summit.
Conditions permitting, fire managers on the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest plan to begin fall prescribed fire operations immediately and continue until project completion or conditions change and are no longer optimal for achieving objectives. Ignitions will take place on days that wil…
The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests are honored to host the Smokey Bear Historic Portrait Tour exhibit at the Lolo Pass Visitor Center from Sept. 16 through Sept. 29. The exhibit will be open for public viewing during regular business hours, daily from 7:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m, Pacific Ti…
KAMIAH, Idaho – A partnership between the USDA Forest Service, Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation, Idaho Conservation Corps, and local Backcountry Horsemen has re–established access on the Rhoda Creek trail system, located in the Selway–Bitterroot Wilderness on the Nez Perce-Clearwater…
STATEWIDE, Idaho – As the weather starts to cool and fire conditions decrease, please don’t be complacent about the importance of fire prevention and safety. Recreationists continue to enjoy public lands during the fall, appreciating brisk mornings and warm afternoons, but the potential to …