FSPW receives Special Recognition Award

Posted on Monday, March 13th, 2017

Rich Landers, the Spokesman Review’s resident outdoors expert, posted about FSPW’s award from the Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society on his blog. The Special Recognition Award was in honor of the work FSPW (mostly our volunteers!) did on the Multi-species Baseline Initiative project.

Learn more about the Idaho Fish & Game project here.

» See the blog post here!


The Facts and History on Scotchman Peaks

Posted on Thursday, February 9th, 2017

In this informative letter to the editor, former Sandpoint District Ranger Dick Kramer discusses the facts and history of the Forest Plan that recommends Scotchman Peaks as Wilderness. In conclusion of his letter, he encourages the community to “be informed, be involved, make your own decisions, and give your support if that is what you decide.  If you missed this expansive, well-attended public involvement process I assume it was your choice.  Check your facts.  Still confused, call your local district ranger.  Your buddy over coffee may not be a reliable source.”

» Read Dick Kramer's full letter in the Bonner County Daily Bee here.

Scotchman Plan good for community, economy

Posted on Thursday, February 9th, 2017

Former County Commissioner Todd Crossett writes to the Bonner County Daily Bee praising Wilderness designation for Scotchman Peaks.  He writes, “when you find an idea championed by such a wide, diverse majority of the community, it’s something worth getting behind.”

» Read Todd's full letter here.




The Bee covers Scotchman Peaks meeting in Clark Fork

Posted on Thursday, January 5th, 2017

Keith Kinnaird of the Bonner County Daily Bee announces the public meeting in Clark Fork on January 11th to discuss the proposed wilderness designation of Scotchman Peaks.  He also discusses the misinformation in the recent Idaho contingent of the Redoubt news: “The online post is presented as a news article, but lacks the hallmarks of a traditional news story, such as attribution to purported facts, a byline or a connection with reality.”

» Click here to read more.