Secretary of Ag buttresses 2001 Roadless Rule

In a promising move for anglers and hunters all across the country, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack today announced that the U.S. Forest Service will now defer to the 2001 Roadless Rule, and any projects taking place on roadless lands within the USFS system will now be subject to secretarial review. This is good news for sportsmen and women who understand that the best fishing and hunting begins where the road ends.

The Rapid River Roadless Area in west-central Idaho is one of the many roadless areas in the West that provide unmatched hunting and fishing opportunity.

The Rapid River Roadless Area in west-central Idaho is one of the many roadless areas in the West that provide unmatched hunting and fishing opportunity.

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