Analysis of Idaho Roadless Areas and Wilderness Proposals Report uri icon

Overview

abstract

  • PAG Report 10 | Published July 1993 | How much of the 11.2 million acres of federal roadless lands in Idaho (9.4 million acres in the national forests) should be added to the 4 million acres of Idaho lands in the National Wilderness Preservation System? Since the last wilderness designation in 1980, various proposals have suggested acreage from one-half million to more than four million acres. The disposition or "release" of non-wilderness roadless tracts is one of several issues in the current political debate.

publication date

  • July 1993

Additional Document Info

number

  • 10