In the Spotlight
Recreation Tips for Weekends!
Firewood Permits Available in Idaho Falls and Pocatello
Advise BLM on public land issues as a member of a resource advisory council |
Positions now open in Idaho Falls | APPLY TODAY
ATV Bridge to be Installed at Pocatello's Goodenough Campground
Local students have learned to love the outdoors more after participating in a natural resource day at Challis Elementary School. The BLM in Challis joined the U.S. Forest Service - Salmon-Challis National Forest to host this annual event designed to introduce students to a range of natural resource concepts in an exciting way. About 160 eager first to sixth grade students visited stations to learn about geology and aquatic bugs alongside experts from BLM in Challis and the U.S. Forest Service including BLM fisheries biologist Ryan Beatty, BLM natural resource specialist Kasey Hill, BLM geologist Ken Gardner and U.S. Forest Service geologist Piper Goessel.
Salmon Field Office Participates in Annual Kids’ Day
Lemhi County Students Explore the Outdoor Classroom of Craters of the Moon National Monument
Agencies Announce Intent to Prepare an Environmental Impact Statement for the East Smoky Panel Mine Project at Smoky Canyon Mine, Pocatello Field Office
Smoky Canyon Mine Panels F&G Modifications Final Environmental Impact Statement Available for Public Review, Pocatello Field Office
Final EIS Available for Thompson Creek Proposed Mine Expansion, Challis Field Office
Record of Decision withdrawn for Predator Derby Special Recreation Permit
Big Southern Butte now open for season
Areas west of Menan Butte closed to target-shooting and full-sized vehicles