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David Sparks Ph.d Craters
by David Sparks Ph.d, click here for bio

Program: Sportsman's Spotlight
Date: July 18, 2017

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Idaho Congressman applauds U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke for his recent announcement that Craters of the Moon National Monument is no longer under review. Further, the Secretary will recommend that no modifications should be made to the monuments.

 

“I applaud Secretary Zinke for honoring the local consensus Idahoans have created with Craters of the Moon,” said Congressman Simpson. “I worked with a diverse group of stakeholders over ten years ago to ensure Craters reflects Idaho values and can be enjoyed by outdoor enthusiasts. I know Secretary Zinke shares these values and I thank him for his leadership.”

 

In a press release issued by Secretary Zinke he said, “As a former geologist, I realize Craters of the Moon is a living timeline of the geologic history of our land on the Great Rift. Whether it’s hiking up the alien-like lava flows along the Spatter Cones, or just driving through the scenic loop, there’s a lot to see and learn at this historic location.”

 

Craters of the Moon National Monument is a huge destination  for outdoorsmen. Thousands of people go through on their way back and forth from Yellowstone, hiking is huge and there is a magnificent population of antelope for hunters.

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