Central Idaho Public Lands
A collaborative history
The Central Idaho Public Lands Collaborative (CIPLC) was an organized group of diverse stakeholders whose mission was to develop recommendations for the management of public lands that reflected the needs and desires of the general public, and to then provide those recommendations to the relevant land management agencies. In 2017, the CIPLC engaged in the plan revision process on the Salmon-Challis National Forest (SCNF). By 2020, the CIPL had finished their formal review as part of the forest plan revision and published a report called the Wild and Scenic River Suitability Summary Report for the Salmon-Challis National Forest. While the CIPLC is no longer an active group, their efforts and work are highlighted here, as Salmon Valley Stewardship helped serve on this diverse committee.
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