Central Idaho Economic Development and Recreation Act H.R. 222. Four Components Addressed in Legislation. 1. Economic development in Custer County. 2. Recreation and motorized users who need certainty to guarantee continued access.
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1. Economic development in Custer County.
2. Recreation and motorized users who need certainty to guarantee continued access.
3. Ensuring ranchers, outfitters, miners and others to operate on public lands in Boulder-White Clouds.
4. Creates wilderness areas = 318,765 acres; plus releasing 131,616 acres of wilderness study areas.
Blaine County public land in the BWC.
Boulder-White Clouds Council
City of Bellevue
City of Sun Valley
City Council of the City of Hailey
City Council of the City of Ketchum
City Council of the City of Stanley
Campaign for America’s Wilderness
Cooperative Wilderness Handicapped Outdoor Group
Idaho Conservation League
Izaak Walton League of America
Living Independent Network Corporation
National Public Lands Grazing Campaign
National Wildlife Federation
The Wilderness Society
Sun Valley Adaptive Sports
Sun Valley/Ketchum Chamber & Visitors Bureau
Cecil Andrus (D-ID), former Governor of Idaho and Former Secretary of the Department of Interior
James McClure (R-ID), former U.S. Senator Idaho
Bethine Church, former president of the Sawtooth Society and wife of the late Senator Frank Church (D-ID)
More than 150 Idaho businesses support Congressman Simpson’s efforts to protect the BWC Area as wilderness.
More than 5,000 Idahoans have written in support of Congressman Simpson’s efforts.The following organizations/individuals support all and/or part of H.R. 222