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Sawtooth Forum and Lecture Series

The 2018 Sawtooth Forum and Lecture Series is dedicated to furthering our understanding of our natural and cultural history of the Sawtooth Valley. This year, we are focusing on the pristine elements that make up the Sawtooth Valley, such as the clean air, water, and dark skies that we have. Join us every Friday at the Stanley Museum at 5 PM, and learn more about this area. The full line-up of presenters can be found here.

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Clubs and Organizations, Non Profits

Sawtooth Interpretive and Historical Association

The Sawtooth Interpretive and Historical Assocaition is a 501(c)3 organization that was created in 1972, when the Sawtooth National Recreation Area was established. Our mission is to protect and advance the natural and cultural history of Idaho’s Sawtooth – Salmon River Country through preservation and education. Our funds come from book and map sales, memberships, donations, and grants. To become a member today, click here! Throughout the Sawtooth – Salmon River Country, we operate many year round book stores, including one at Ketchum Ranger Station, Sawtooth NRA Headquarters, and the Stanley Ranger Station. During the summer months, we operate the Stanley Museum and the Redfish Visitor Center. In those month, we talk to and education over 10,000 people every year, and enhance their stewardship to this special area. Redfish Visitor Center Daily free programming including Guided Walks, Junior Ranger, Evening Programs, and more Tourist information Recreation information Media Room for educational video viewing Kids Cave with games, coloring pages, and activities Free WiFi and Cell Phone Booster Art Gallery filled with high quality local art work Stanley Museum Admission is free, donations accepted Local history and stories Well educated Museum staff to answer all historical questions Ice House exhibit open …