Scenic beauty is what makes area exceptional

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As a 27-year-old resident of the Clark Fork area, I would like to say that peace and quiet, access to the great outdoors and the scenic beauty is what makes Clark Fork so exceptional.

The wilderness designation will not actually change anything except to protect it for our future generations. Idaho may have thousands of acres of wilderness, but the Panhandle has none.

I look forward to working with our elected officials to protect this slice of heaven in our very own backyard.

Konrad Dahlstrom

Clark Fork

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