Forest Service bans outfitter camps in Idaho's Frank
Church-River of No Return Wilderness.
by Marga Lincoln,
Feb 07, 1994
Sen. Larry Craig's proposed Outfitters Policy Act would
standardize outfitter operations on the public lands, but private
users and other critics say the law would tie up the resource for
by Catherine Lutz,
Mar 27, 2000
The BLM says that burros are better than llamas, goats or
horses in the backcountry, and is encouraging people to adopt wild
burros from Arizona and train them.
by Betsy Marston,
May 08, 2000
A pack-burro outfitter humorously lambastes the trendy
by Hal Walter,
Aug 19, 1996
Don West’s Have Saddle, Will Travel: Low-Impact
Trail Riding and Horse Camping is a rambling meander through
mountains and mesas that should please both horseback riders and
by Sierra Standish,
Mar 17, 2003
Horses and riders are being crowded off Western trails by
mountain bikers and ORVers, and some have formed the Back Country
Horsemen group to fight back.
by Lou Bendrick,
Aug 30, 1999
Some environmentalists say a bill making it easier for
outfitters to get permits on federal lands would give commercial
interests too much power over public lands.
by Michelle Nijhuis,
May 11, 1998
A lawsuit claims the Forest Service has been lax in
obeying a judge's order to remove outfitter structures from Idaho's
Frank Church/River of No Return Wilderness.
by Ray Stout,
Sep 18, 1995