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Wildfire plan is ‘collaboration on steroids’

A small portion of Idaho County will be included in one of two “priority landscapes,” in which Idaho officials will partner with the U.S. Forest Service and others to plan and carry out projects designed to mitigate the risk of large wildfires, improve wildlife habitat and boost timber output.

Idaho Gov. Brad Little announced Monday the designation of the priority landscape areas, each exceeding 2 million acres, with one in southern Idaho and one in the northern half of the state.


News Source: 
The Lewiston Tribune
Tuesday, July 2, 2019