Wild places are a treasure all should get to experience

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As a supporter of saving the wild Scotchmans, Iím glad the Friends are listening. I want my children to discover nature without fear of always having to share trails with ATVs and dirt bikes. Wild places, free from motors, have been where I have always found my children the most content and curious. This is a treasure that many children never know. I hope my future grandchildren have the same chance.

ERIN PLUE

Sandpoint

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