Clem Pope was a Wilderness advocate and master of traditional trail skills. He was part of ITA’s early days and […]
Idaho Trail Association (ITA) lost two members of our trail family recently, Clem Pope and John Platt. Both men inspired […]
“We cannot continue on down this road. Wilderness is too precious a resource.” Clem Pope
Wilderness has just lost the voice of one of its staunchest advocates. Clem, a 45 year Forest Service Wilderness veteran, […]
Where do Wilderness leaders come from and where will we grow our next generation of Wilderness protectors?
The Illinois is a a crystal clear river in Southwest Oregon. Remote, difficult and challenging it cuts through the Siskiyou […]
The Lower Owyhee, tucked away in the southeast corner of Oregon, drains portions of Idaho and Nevada. Our trip, before […]
A great low elevation winter walk if you don’t mind blowing rain, howling winds and raingear-soaking trailside brush. Cummings Creek […]
Camera crews from Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) have used drones to film presentations in wilderness areas and on wild rivers.
How is river management addressing the use of drones in wilderness and on our wild rivers? In an effort to […]