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Notice of Public Hearing – Proposed Animal Control Benewah County

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Please note: This information is a retyping of the Notice of Public Hearing to ensure the public is informed, please contact the Benewah County Clerk’s Office for more information. Day and Location of the Public Hearing: Monday the 30th day of October 2017 at 9:00 am, Federal Building Conference Room, 222 South 7th Street Room G-01, St. Maries ID 83861 “The purpose …

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Public Meeting – IDL has New Fire Protection Rules

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Please note: This information is a retyping of the Notice of Public Meeting to ensure the public is informed, please contact IDL for more information. “The Idaho Department of Lands (IDL) has initiated negotiated rulemaking for IDAPA 20.01.04, Rules Pertaining to Forest Fire Protection. Public meetings are scheduled across the state in October and November for public participation in person or by …

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Newsletters

The Farmstead – The Benewah County FB Newsletter Our latest Farm Stead Newsletter is out, the October 2017 Issue! Local farmer, and our county chair for Commodities, gives us the run down of “the good, the bad, and the ugly” of this last farming season in our county. The state Women’s Committee has made some changes. And our Hemp Education committee …

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2017 Benewah County FB Annual Meeting

This year’s Benewah County FB Annual Meeting will be Saturday October 28th at 7pm. We will be meeting for dinner and to hear from a Speaker with the Idaho Freedom Foundation at the Gateway Cafe in Plummer ID. Members please RSVP by Monday October 16th with the county office secretary so we can plan for your attendance.

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The Cookes, Local Farmers Recognized by Idaho FB

Marge Cooke of Forever Green Tree Farm in St. Maries Idaho was recognized as one of Idaho Farm Bureau’s Women of the Year for 2015. Congratulations Marge! Also her husband, Larry Cooke, was interviewed concerning their tree farm. Please view Marge Cooke’s Woman of the Year video and listen to Larry Cooke’s interview about growing trees in our area. Marge …

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2015 Benewah County FB Annual Meeting

When: Friday, October 30th Time: 6:00pm Where: The Gateway Cafe in Plummer Jim Chmelik will be there to speak about the need for getting control of lands held in trust for the State of Idaho (a.k.a. Federal Lands) This is an invitation to all of our Benewah County FB Membership to come join us. Please call our St. Maries office …

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Benewah Mulit-Jurisditional Hazard Mitigation Plan

The county will be having four meetings about updating our Hazard Mitigation Plan. We encourage all citizens to attend at least one meeting, glance through the draft, and take part in the survey. We at the local Farm Bureau are investigating the plan to ensure that property rights are maximized. Please view the Rough Draft of the Benewah County Multi-Jurisdictional …

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CotNW video!

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After you have watched the video, please take time to comment about the content of the video and any questions you may have. We would like to make more videos in the future, so let us know any topic that you would like discussed in a video.

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Counties in Crisis Recap

On Wed., Sept. 24th 2014, Shoshone County presented a forum of distinguished speakers on the topic of federal vs. local control of our forests. Speakers of varied backgrounds documented the slow but inevitable demise of our logging communities. The catastrophic loss of our individual, local, and state property rights have brought us to where we are now… “Counties in Crisis.” …

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Legislative Committee on Land Transfer

Last night, Sept. 11th, the community in and around Benewah County came to give testimony to our legislators concerning the state management of federal lands within Idaho. About 100 people were in attendance at the Elks Lodge at 6:30pm. After introductions, they gave an over view of what the committee had already done for 2 years. They have done fact …

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