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Amidst regional controversy surrounding wolves, Idaho based wolf center opens for 15th consecutive season. Winchester, ID (PRWEB) May 21, 2011 The Wolf Education and Research Center (WERC) opens on Memorial Day 2011 weekend for itâ€™s 15th consecutive season, offering visitors and tourists the unique opportunity to view living wolves on their three hundred acre sanctuary.
Twenty families in a roadless wilderness in Idaho say they've convinced the U.S.
OUTDOOR DEFICIT DISORDER (ODD) is a rapidly growing disorder quickly becoming this country's #1 problem affecting our youth. BOISE, Idaho, Feb.
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By The Idaho Statesman, Boise Jul. 31--Blowouts create new Middle Fork Rapids Heavy thunderstorms earlier this week along the Middle Fork of the Salmon River sent a bunch of debris crashing down several tributary streams, creating three new rapids on the wilderness river. The U.S.
By Peter Ottesen, The Record, Stockton, Calif. Jul.
By Bunderson, Gaye Since 1969, happy campers have been the norm at a White Bird, Idaho, campground now known as Hells Canyon Jet Boat Trips & Lodging. The campground is run by Heather and Les Killgore, who own Killgore Adventures, LLC along with their son Kurt.
By The Idaho Statesman, Boise Jun. 18--The federal government has approved a proposed cobalt mine west of Salmon in central Idaho, subject to conditions. The U.S.
Northwest loggers are worried British Columbia may be forced to harvest as much as 21 million acres of forests to stop the mountain pine beetle, flooding the market and driving down timber prices.