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  • Lake Roosevelt tribal proposal 2015

    The Colville and Spokane tribes offered this proposal to the U.S. Department of Interior for more authority through the Bureau of Indian Affairs in managing fisheries in Lake Roosevelt, the …


  • Washington wolf lethal control protocol May 2016

    Washington Fish and Wildlife officials and the Wolf Advisory Group produce a protocol in May 2016 for deciding when lethal control would be enacted on wolves threatening or attacking livestock.


  • Tower Fire fire closures and access map

    Tower post-fire closures and access map as of April 26, 2016.


  • Grease Creek Fire closures and access map

    Grease Creek post-fire closures and access map as of April 26, 2016.


  • Stickpin Fire closure and access map

    Stickpin post-fire closures and access map as of April 22, 2016.


  • North Start fire closure map

    North Star post-fire closures and access map as of April 22, 2016.


  • week5 trap

    week 5 trap


  • trap week 3 over again

    trap week 3 over again


  • Columbia River Treaty fish passage proposal

    Columbia River Tribes have proposed providing passage ways for salmon to reach spawning grounds above Columbia River dams.


  • trap week 2 over again

    trap week 2 over again


  • Pronghorns in Washington 2015 survey

    A 2015 survey of pronghorns in Washington had a minimum conformed count of 132 pronghorns. The aerial and ground survey was conducted by the Yakama Nation and the state Department …


  • Kootenai Forest Plan lawsuit

    Snowmobile clubs and advocacy groups from Montana and Idaho filed a lawsuit in November 2015 against the U.S. Forest Service and its plan that bars motorized access in certain areas …


  • Spokane County Parks rules

    A new proposed code of ordinances for Spokane County Parks will modernize the system and give park officials flexibility to adopt new rules in response to new recreation opportunities, Parks …


  • BLM’s Fishtrap Lake Loop Trail map

    New trail segments will link with existing trails to make a non-motorized 8-mile loop route on BLM land at Fishtrap Lake. Trail planning started in 2013. The project is scheduled …


  • Boone & Crockett Club’s first century

    The Boone and Crockett Club has had a major impact on wildlife and land conservation in the United States since the club was founded in 1887 by Theodore Roosevelt, George …


  • Idaho Fish-Game Commission response to Legislature, 3-11-5


  • Wildlife Services wolf control challenged

    Five environmental groups file suit on March 3, 2015, to challenge Wildlife Services’ authority to kill wolves in Washington.


  • Clearwater Cooperative accomplishments

    A financial summary of the Clearwater Collaborative’s Forest Landscape Restoration Program, 2010-2013, and its effort to encourage the collaborative, science-based ecosystem restoration of the Selway-Middle Fork region, a priority forest …


  • Trapshoot Week 5

    Week 5


  • Report: Public Lands Not for Sale

    A report, “Our Public Lands Not for Sale,” by the Backcountry Hunters & Anglers makes a case against state efforts to take over federal public lands.


  • State responds to Stevens County advice on killing wolves

    Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Director Phillip Anderson officially responds to an Aug. 29, 2014, Stevens County Commissioner resolution advising citizens of their “constitutional right” to kill wolves under …


  • Stevens County on right to kill wolves

    Stevens County Commissioners adopted a resolution on Aug. 29, 2014, advising citizens of their “constitutional right” to kill wolves under some circumstances. Washington Fish and Wildlife officials disagreed with the …


  • Stevens County condems wolf management

    Stevens County Commissioners unanimously approved this resolution on Sept. 17, 2014, condemning the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife management of gray wolves.


  • Map: Idaho wilderness areas

    Map graphic shows designated wilderness areas in Idaho, significant dates in the state’s wilderness history, and comparisons of wilderness in the country and the region.


  • Response to Idaho Panhandle NF plan objections

    The U.S. Forest Service responds in September 2014 to 22 objections made to the draft forest plan for the Idaho Panhandle National Forest.


  • Huckleberry wolf pack conflict to 8-28-14

    This chronology follows Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife actions through Aug. 28, 2014, involved with the Huckleberry wolf pack, which started attacking sheep in Stevens County in mid-August 2014.


  • Mount Spokane land classification proposals July 2014

    Washington State Parks staff prepared this report on land classification options for the proposed alpine ski area expansion area at Mount Spokane State Park. The report was prepared for presentation …


  • Lightning awareness for backcountry travelers

    Experts detail dangers and precautions for hikers and other backcountry travelers in the event of a lightning storm.


  • OHV mudding incident criticized

    Eleven groups, including all-terrain vehicle clubs, joined in a letter to the editor to condemn a May 17 illegal off-road mudding event in the Colville National Forest near Ione, Wash.


  • Colville NF South End Project Q&A

    The Colville National Forest answers questions regarding the South End Project to designate over off-road vehicle trails and camping areas on the south portion of the 1.1 million-acre forest for …

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