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Idaho Panhandle forest planning issues to be detailed by conservationist

Glacier lilies on the east side of Chimney Rock in Idaho Selkirk Mountains. (Rich Landers)
Glacier lilies on the east side of Chimney Rock in Idaho Selkirk Mountains. (Rich Landers)

PUBLIC LANDS — As the Idaho Panhandle National Forests gear up to revise their forest management plansfor the next 15-20 years, conservationists are sizing up the potential impacts on recreation and wilderness.

Brad Smith of the Idaho Conservation League will give a presentation about the Panhandle plan revision and possible impacts on the Selkirk Mountains. The program is set for MondaySept. 19, 7 p.m., at Mountain Gear's Corporate Headquarters, 6021 E. Mansfield. See map.

Chimney Rock, Harrison Peak, the Lion's Head, Long Canyon and the Idaho side of the Salmo-Priest Wilderness are among the premier recreation sites included in the planning area, he said.




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