bureau of land management
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?