Are you interested in how the Ridge to Rivers Trail System will be managed in the future? We want to hear from you! The Ridge to Rivers partnership is initiating a master planning process that will guide development and management of the popular trail system over the next 10 years. The planning process will take place over the next year. It will include an initial on-line trail user survey from October 1st through 15th, followed by two rounds of public open house workshops and additional on-line opportunities to provide input. The goal is to put together a plan that meets the needs of our trail users while balancing wildlife habitat, clean water and natural resources management. Learn more. Follow the latest information Boise Foothills Trail Conditions Facebook page. More information: David Gordon, Ridge to Rivers Program Manager, 493-2531.
Prescribed Burns in Southwest Idaho Support Research and Rangeland Health
Soda Fire Emergency Rehabilitation and Stabilization Current Status (Inciweb)
BLM Partners with Shoshone-Paiute Tribe to Grow Native Plants for Sage-Steppe Restoration
Gateway West Transmission Line
Owyhee Grazing Permit Renewal
The Proposed Bruneau Owyhee Sage-grouse Habitat Project
Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness and Wild & Scenic River Management Plan
The areas affected by the Plan are the Big Jacks Creek, Little Jacks Creek, Bruneau-Jarbidge Rivers, North Fork Owyhee, Owyhee River, and Pole Creek wilderness areas and the 16 wild and scenic river segments that flow through them. These areas are now part of BLM's National Conservation Lands.
National Conservation Area -
Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey
Special Status Species