Save the Milner Trail Update

The Milner Trail closure issue is scheduled to be heard in Grangeville by the Idaho county commissioners on Tuesday, November 29 at 11 AM in the 2nd floor court room at the Idaho County Courthouse.

Everyone who is interested in preserving public access that our County has enjoyed for more than 160 years should plan on attending this very important meeting.

This trail head is our gateway to hundreds of miles of recreation of all kinds and also provides access to much of the forest land and also access to property, private and public, south of the trail head.

The Milner trail was created for public access and should be protected for future generations.

Please help support this validation process so we will not have to worry about this type of public access closure ever again! This public hearing on the historic Milner Trail will be very informative about our heritage as Idaho residents and outdoor enthusiasts. Now is the time to speak out and protect our public access.

This is not a private property issue, but a public access issue.

The public access was created nearly 45 years before any of the homesteads patents were put into place and was never relinquished to those private lands. That access belongs to everyone!

Please help us to keep it that way.

Above Submitted by Dave Thompson

NOTICE TO MEMBERS: Have you written an article, commentary or submitted an editorial to a regional paper in support of maintaining free and clear access to the Milner Trail. We invite you to expand your voice about preserving access to the Historic Milner Trail, please submit your article with a title, & a name you’d like associated we’d love to review and post your comments on Club News. Our Idaho County history deserves to be recognized and celebrated. We welcome you to email your commentary or attach a document and send to [email protected]

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