Minidoka National Historic Site and Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve in central Idaho are two places where solitude and seclusion are prized. But an industrial development between these two parks would bring massive wind turbines, roads, noise and power lines -- intrusions into places that deserve to be protected.

Minidoka National Historic Site and Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve in central Idaho are two places where solitude and seclusion are prized. But an industrial development between these two parks would bring massive wind turbines, roads, noise and power lines – intrusions into places that deserve to be protected.

The Bureau of Land Management is accepting comments on the development plan for only a few more days. If enough park supporters speak out before the deadline, it could force BLM to take a closer look at the plan and move the massive wind farm to a better location – not between two parks.

*Send a message now and tell the Bureau of Land Management to keep Minidoka and Craters of the Moon protected from development. *

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