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Mission Statement

To protect and advance the natural and cultural history of Idaho's Sawtooth - Salmon River Country through preservation and education.

Description

The Sawtooth Interpretive and Historical Association (SIHA) is a Non-Profit Organization established in 1972 that works under Cooperative and Special Use Agreements with the Sawtooth National Forest, Sawtooth National Recreation Area and the Salmon Challis National Forest. We operate the Stanley Museum from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The SIHA provides interpretive materials (books, maps and etc.) as well as interpretive education activities for U.S. Forest Service Ranger Stations, Supervisors Office and Visitor Centers. The SIHA conducts historic restoration projects, conducts oral history interviews and sponsors weekly Forum and Lecture Series programs enhancing natural and cultural history for visitors to the Sawtooth-Salmon River Country.

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http://www.DiscoverSawtooth.org

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