In letter to the Bonner County Daily Bee on March 30th, Jon and Connie Burkhart of Hope, ID show their support for Wilderness designation in the Scotchman Peaks.
In a letter to the Bonner County Daily Bee, Greg Johnson, a retired Idaho Fish and Game conservation officer who served for 31 years, discusses what fish and wildlife managers can still do in Wilderness areas. [» Read More...]
In the March 19, 2017 edition of The Bonner County Daily Bee, Bob Boeh of the Idaho Forest Group describes why he supports Wilderness in the Scotchman Peaks even from his unique perspective as a representative [» Read More...]
In this brief letter to the editor featured in the March 21, 2017 Bonner County Daily Bee, Julie McCallan expresses her dismay that the Clark Fork City Council voted against the proposal to designate Scotchman Peak [» Read More...]
Sagle resident, Lexie de Fremery, writes a letter to the editor featured in the March 16th, 2017 issue of The Sandpoint Reader. In her letter, she rebuts a letter penned by former Idaho Fish and Game [» Read More...]
Former U.S. Forest Service employee, Jodi Kramer, professes her support for Wilderness in the Scotchman Peaks and discusses the “hundreds of public meetings” held during the Forest Planning Process.
Marty Stitsel is “tired of untruths with Scotchman Peaks” and sets some facts straight in his March 9th, 2017 Letter to the Editor featured in The Sandpoint Reader.
Ken Thacker sets fact straight in this brief discussion of what “multiple use” means.