2018-10, October 2018 (Georgetown)

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Volume 18 Number 1

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FEATURES

The Gnarliest Trail

By Dan Noakes

The author describes an unfriendly hike of more than a thousand miles to complete the Idaho Centennial Trail in fifty-two days.

From Wasteland to Wetland

By Mary Terr-Berns

Through what’s called wetland banking mitigation, a Priest River wasteland was restored to a thriving wetland. 

Georgetown – Spotlight City

By Bruce Bash

A quiet farming community in the state’s southeastern corner is a haven for hummingbirds and big game, and also a victim of earthquakes.

 

DEPARTMENTS

Comments: Bloom Peak

Caldwell: Sticks and Strings, by Les Tanner

Coeur d’Alene: Chainsaw Maniac, by Diana Braskich

Cascade: Things That Go Bump, by Susan Hatch

Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests: Red Sunset, by Rowan Brown

Lochsa River: An Unfished River, by Max Jenkins

Meridian: Another Life, by Kitty Widner

Idaho At Large: What Are They Doing in There? by Steve Carr

Recipes: Goodbye Cowboy Casserole; Chocolate Shortbread Comfort Cookies

Calendar of Events: Railshow 2018, Idaho Falls

 

IN THIS ISSUE!

Boise, Caldwell, Cascade, Coeur d’Alene, Emmett, Georgetown, Idaho Centennial Trail, Idaho City, Idaho Falls, Lochsa River, Meridian, Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest, Pocatello, Valencia

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