PotlatchDeltic Corporation Announces Campfire Burn Ban on Idaho Property


SPOKANE, Washington – August 1, 2018 – PotlatchDeltic Corporation today announced effective Friday, August 3, 2018, that no campfires or open burning will be allowed on its property in the State of Idaho due to increasing fire danger in the region.  The burning ban on PotlatchDeltic’s Idaho properties will remain in effect until conditions improve.  Additional information about PotlatchDeltic’s Idaho properties can be found online at www.potlatchdeltic.com.  PotlatchDeltic urges all visitors to Idaho’s forests to exercise extreme caution in regards to fire while recreating this summer.


PotlatchDeltic has over 629,000 acres of forest lands in Idaho available for public access for recreation purposes. As a working forest, not all acreage may be accessible at any given time due to industrial operations. Hunting continues to be a popular activity along with camping and OHV use of their extensive road network.


PotlatchDeltic property stretches from the St. Maries area in the north to the Clearwater area in the south. This vast property is intermixed with other private and public ownerships, so it is strongly advised that you obtain a map prior to heading for the woods.



To purchase access permits go to: recreation.potlatchdeltic.com

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