Exchange would expand recreation access, protect important mule deer winter range

POCATELLO — The Bureau of Land Management Pocatello Field Office has prepared a Final Environmental Impact Statement to evaluate the J.R. Simplot Company’s request to exchange 719 acres of federal land adjacent to Simplot’s Don Plant, for 667 acres of non-federal land near the Chinese Peak–Blackrock Canyon area.

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