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  • Nature hits a home run for salmon

    A rare combination of ideal conditions leads to Idaho's biggest salmon and steelhead runs in 25 years.

  • Coalition finds harmony in the backcountry

    In Idaho, the Winter Coalition has brought together snowmobilers and Nordic skiers to zone winter recreation uses in the Sawtooth National Forest.

  • Supreme Court upholds Babbitt's grazing reforms

    The Supreme Court upholds Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt's grazing reforms, and allows non-ranchers to qualify for grazing permits.

  • Activist calls for cease-fire on wolves

    Some wolf advocates are furious over the recent killing of five livestock-attacking wolves in the White Cloud Mountains of Idaho.

  • Wolves worry outfitters

    Idaho hunting guides worry that reintroduced wolves will kill too many elk and put outfitters like themselves out of business.

  • Ruckus on a recreation river

    The Forest Service's plan to cut whitewater rafting numbers on Idaho's popular Middle Fork of the Salmon rouses opposition from commercial boaters.

  • Counties want to develop public land

    In Washington's Skamania County, pressure is building to get public lands in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area back into private hands.

  • States get semi-tough on poachers

    Flagrant cases of wildlife poaching inspire new legislation throughout the West to crack down on criminal hunters.

  • Idaho says no to grizzlies

    The Idaho Fish and Game Commission opposes the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's plan to restore grizzly bears to the state.

  • The report is readable - and grim

    The Interior Columbia Basin Management Project has produced a useful but depressing science document, "Status of the Interior Columbia Basin."

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