Idaho Forest-Clearing Effort Wins Praise Federal plans to thin forests after summer wildfires in the West have pitted environmentalists against loggers. But in Idaho, a cleanup and prevention project in a small patch of national forest has broad-based support. NPR's Elizabeth Arnold reports.

Idaho Forest-Clearing Effort Wins Praise

Idaho Forest-Clearing Effort Wins Praise

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Federal plans to thin forests after summer wildfires in the West have pitted environmentalists against loggers. But in Idaho, a cleanup and prevention project in a small patch of national forest has broad-based support. NPR's Elizabeth Arnold reports.