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Idaho Conservation League Finds Itself On Both Sides Of the Legal Aisle In Forest Service Suits

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The Grand Mogul as seen from the Redfish Lake Creek trail. The Idaho Conservation League and the U.S Forest Service are in a dispute over building a 4.5 mile trail from Stanley to Red Fish Lake.

The Idaho Conservation League finds itself in a unique position as they have two separate hearings scheduled regarding the Sawtooth National Forest. One has the League siding with the U.S. Forest service and one againstIdaho Matters talks with John Robison and Marie Callaway Kellner from the Idaho Conservation League about this odd confluence of cases.

Samantha Wright is a news reporter and producer for Idaho Matters.