It may be a new year, but the Forest Service is up to their same old tricks! After being stopped in court last year over the egregious Johnson Bar salvage logging proposal, the agency has produced a new assessment that pretty much calls for the same thing – building unnecessary roads, logging in sensitive post-fire habitat and harming the values of the Wild & Scenic Selway River corridor!
Please join us in sending a public comment to the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests by Monday January 30.
Friends of the Clearwater and Idaho Rivers United, with the legal expertise of Advocates for the West, stopped the initial proposal, and with your continued help and public pressure, we can do it again! Click here to read the full action alert and use our comment box to participate in the public process.
Federal agencies have extended the public comment deadline to Tuesday February 7 for citizens to weigh in on breaching the wasteful four lower Snake River dams.
We have a once in a generation opportunity to start the greatest wild salmon restoration in history! Scientists have concluded the single best thing we can do to save wild salmon is to take down the four costly dams on the lower Snake River. Now is the time to get this right. Click here to read the full action alert and make a difference.
Let’s protect our river corridors by stopping needless logging and removing wasteful dams!
Education & Outreach Director