Month: September 2008

Scotchman Peaks Event

Wanna keep Idaho wild? Check out this press release for an event this weekend: Wild Idaho North! “KEEPING NORTH IDAHO NATURAL” Saturday, October 4, 2008, Sandpoint Sponsored by Idaho Conservation League, call 208-265-9565 for information or www.wildidaho.org, reservations required. Come visit with experts in conservation, planning and natural resources about how we can protect our …

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We’re #1

Bike to Work Spokane. // Photo Jeff Ferguson Did you know that the League of American Bicyclists just released a list ranking the most bike-friendly states in the country? Washington State is ranked #1. In your face Wisconsin! Check out the whole list. West Virginia is last. Oregon isn’t 2nd. Or 3rd. Let’s not mention …

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Outdoor News

Lot’s of interesting stuff in the news today: – The Spokesman Review reports “Blue-green algae blooms recently were spotted in Fernan and Hauser lakes and in Lake Cocolalla.” – Ken Burn’s next documentary project “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea” is set to air in autumn 2009 on PBS. – Wolves are protected again. See …

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If NG Says It, It Must Be True

According to National Geographic Adventure Mt. Spokane St. Park is one of “the season’s best weekend trips.” Click here for a cool short blurb on Mt. Spokane. They are absolutely right. But they should have mentioned the the park is not too shabby during ski season either.

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