Transportation

5/23/14 – Breaking Trails at the Dawn of the National Parks System

Editor’s note:  Today’s blog post is from Jennifer Stevens. My 12-year old son recently asked me why I read the obituaries in the paper. I didn’t have to think very long before I answered: I love people’s stories. Environmental history is – like all history – cut from the cloth of people’s stories. Human interaction… Read the Rest »

9/3/2010: The Mining Law of 1866

SHRA has spent quite a lot of time in recent months doing work related to the 1866 Mining or Right of Way Act.  Among many other things, the law provides perpetual ROWs for uses that existed on public land at the time the land was withdrawn from the public domain.  There is a provision of… Read the Rest »

7/1/10 – Dr. Stevens’ Seminar on Road Law with Local Attorneys

On July 19, SHRA will be joining attorneys Chris Meyer (Givens Pursley) and Paul Turcke (Moore, Smith, Buxton, & Turcke) for a day of discussion and education about road law and access in Idaho.  The event, sponsored through NBI, Inc. counts for CLE credit for attorneys, AICP credit for planners, and IACET units, as well…. Read the Rest »

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