This tells the story of a moon like landscape currently owned by Western Pacific Timber. They want to swap this for beautifully timbered public land in many areas of North and North Central Idaho.
This is the landscape that exists in the Upper Lochsa. Western Pacific Timber is lobbying hard to swap this for incredible public wealth in timbered locations across the North and North Central Idaho region.
If you’d like these land grabbers to swap your public land where you enjoy the scenic timbered landscapes and recreating with family and friends, then perhaps you should spend some time outdoors. Those of us who live in Idaho because of the wonderful outdoor opportunities are fighting hard to preserve our public land wealth in timber and freedom to enjoy trails and activities that provide peace and harmony in our hearts.
The link below is an indexed map of all the proposed locations in Idaho that Forest Supervisor Rick Brazell will choose from for swapping the above travesty of a piece of bald land for our timbered beauty. The Forest Service wants to preserve the watershed and threatened species, but what about the threatened species of fish, plants and flora, elk and whitetail deer habits and birds that will no longer be under federal protection when the public lands become privatized. Click the link to the big index map below to see the lands up gor grab and help us fight as citizens of Idaho!