Let the Forest Service know you want the National Forests in Idaho protected!
The Forest Service is accepting public comments until May 10, 2007 on a
proposal to reverse protections for roadless areas on Idaho's national forests.
These roadless areas are of national and global significance. Idaho and the Northern Rockies are the last place in the lower 48 states where nearly all of the wildlife species that characterize the region can still be found. The variety of landscapes represented by these roadless lands is unmatched by any other state outside of Alaska. They represent some of the last of America's wild frontier.
Currently these areas are protected under the Roadless Area Conservation Rule but the administration's new proposed rule threatens to undermine these protections. Tell the Forest Service to keep the protection for these wild forests intact.
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