Idaho Land Use Summit

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The Idaho Land Use Summit is set for September 14 and 15 at the Nampa Civic Center.

The two-day conference will focus on Idaho's ever increasing growth and development and balancing growth with fish and wildlife resources, associated recreation, and rural lifestyles.

The summit planners hope to bring together landowners, hunters, anglers, ranchers, farmers, developers, politicians, county commissioners, land trusts, and nongovernment organizations to discuss growth and to promote conservation of Idaho's rural quality of life and wildlife resources in balance with development.

The summit is of interest to anyone concerned with how development and growth affect rural Idaho. This includes hunters, anglers, ranchers, farmers, wildlife viewers, residents, and government officials wrestling with these issues.

Registration costs $75 and includes two lunches and a barbecue dinner. Registration is open to all who are interested. For information, to register, or to get a hotel room go to: www.ictws.org/summit.html.