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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Planting Partnerships-Twin Falls District BLM and Clif Bar




All too often in Southern Idaho, summertime means wildfire. In 2017, 150 wildfires burned on the BLM's Twin Falls District consuming over 214,000 acres of wildlife habitat, forage for livestock grazing and scenic desert. After the smoke clears, the BLM and its many cooperators get to work planting sagebrush seedlings on critical habitat throughout public lands. These partnerships are a testament to the BLM's commitment to the shared conservation stewardship to sustain the health, diversity and productivity of America's public lands for multiple uses.