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The Bureau of Land Management is increasingly moving toward the use of large fire breaks in strategic areas to help control range fires in Idaho and the Great Basin.
Zip lines, condos, water slides and yoga: Developer plans ‘ecotourism destination’ at Devil’s Corral
JEROME — A developer wants to bring zip lines, BASE jumping, water slides, camping and housing to Devil’s Corral on the canyon rim in Jerome.
TWIN FALLS — The Bureau of Land Management is seeking its next artist-in-residence in the Owyhee Canyonlands.
ALMO — Public lands hold a treasure trove of minerals, gems, and historic trinkets — some of which can be removed legally and some cannot.
SHOSHONE — The National Weather Service in Pocatello has issued a fire weather watch for areas of the Twin Falls Bureau of Land Management district north of the Snake River.
TWIN FALLS — Two summers ago, smoke billowed above the Wood River Valley. The Colorado Gulch fire scorched 800 acres and 20 homes were evacuated.
TWIN FALLS • Do you have questions for the Bureau of Land Management’s Twin Falls District Resource Advisory Council?