For billions of years the forces of nature have created the forests, plains, deserts, mountains, rivers, lakes and oceans that make up the earth on which we live. These landscapes have portions that have not been modified by machines or pollution, i.e., they are in their natural state. We are very fortunate to have such an area in Bonner County – Scotchman Peaks.
This asset provides our residents and visitors (who bring money to our economy) with recreational opportunities such as hunting, fishing, camping, berry picking and horse packing free of charge. The designation of Scotchman Peaks as a Wilderness, does not change its present use or management. Nor does it change its future use and that is the whole point. We will be including the recreational opportunities that we enjoy in our legacy to future generations.
Please vote “favor” on the Scotchman Peaks ballot in the May 15 primary election.
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