Dr. John Freemuth served as a panelist for the KBSX community conversation
John Freemuth, professor of political science and an expert on natural resource and public land policy and administration, participated in a Boise State Public Radio panel on Idaho’s public lands. More than half of all land in Idaho is public and federally managed. Read about the panel here.
Originally quoted from the Boise State UPDATE
John Freemuth was quoted in the Idaho Statesman on 4/14/13
John Freemuth, professor of political science, was quoted in an Idaho Statesman story about the renewed possibility of national monument status for two Idaho scenic areas — the Boulder-White Cloud Mountains and Mesa Falls. President Obama’s recent designation of five new national monuments has given supporters hope that more monuments could be on the horizon. Read the story here.
Idaho Statesman, Idahostatesman.com, Environment<Local News<News | New life for Idaho treasures as national monuments?
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John Freemuth will be part of a Boise State Public Radio Community Conversation
John Freemuth, professor of political science and public affairs, will be part of a Boise State Public Radio Community Conversation on the future of Idaho’s public lands. Freemuth is an expert in natural resource and public land policy and administration. Catch the event at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 10, at Beside Bardenay, 612 Grove St. Doors open at 6 p.m. and space is limited to the first 80 people to RSVP.
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John Freemuth and Lisa Brady invited to author chapters
Lisa Brady and John Freemuth | UPDATE
Lisa Brady, associate professor of history, and John Freemuth, professor of political science, have been invited to author chapters in “The Guide to U.S. Environmental Policy,”…