Forest Service short-course It is apparent when OHV/OSV users gather together that their frustration with the Forest Service is at an all time high. I share the frustration but I think it is important to find out what is driving the bad decisions. Our problem is not with the people in the Forest Service, it […]
In Idaho, we are blessed with an abundance of public lands that provide amazing opportunities for recreation. Along with the privilege to ride on these lands comes the responsibility to know the rules of the road and to follow them! Each of us needs to ride responsibly, providing good examples for others. When we see […]
Are all of Obama’s national monuments permanent?
The Wilks brothers, two Texas billionaires, purchased 172,000 acres of private property in Valley County that was previously owned by Boise Cascade and then Potlatch. That hit the news and the uproar began. The media certainly didn’t help by jumping to many incorrect assumptions! Albert Einstein was right when he said, “Assumptions are made and […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 22, 2016 Daines: Montanans Know Best How to Protect our Resources U.S. SENATE — U.S. Senator Steve Daines today worked to protect Montanans from the Obama administration’s unilateral efforts to designate large areas of land as national monuments. During a Committee on Energy and Natural Resources legislative […]