Idaho Rangeland Resource Commission News

Welcome to the Idaho Rangeland Resource Commission (IRRC) newsroom. The IRRC conveys its message to the public via radio, television, print media, billboards and the Internet to distribute positive information about ranching in Idaho to target audiences.  Here, you can review copies of IRRC news releases and news media coverage of IRRC activities.

Recreationists: Keep Dogs on leash when encountering domestic sheep

Wednesday, June 05, 2013

KETCHUM -- (June 3, 2013) -- It's springtime in the Wood River Valley -- the grass is greening up, the flowers are blooming, hikers, runners and mountain bikers are out on the trails getting exercise, and domestic sheep are beginning their annual migration into the high country.  Read More...



Sage Grouse: A Case for Progressive Range Management

Monday, January 28, 2013

Jason Pyron, Sage-Grouse coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Idaho, urged ranchers to be proactive in managing livestock on public lands to account for the needs of sage-grouse, a candidate species, and hopefully prevent a listing of the bird under the Endangered Species Act.   Read More...