STANLEY — The Sawtooth Interpretive & Historical Association will present its Forum Lecture Series all summer. There will be talks every Friday at 5 p.m. through Aug. 30 at the Stanley Museum on Idaho Highway 75. Some topics have new dates in the following schedule:
- July 5 — Bob Beckwith, Salmon Headwaters to the Pacific Ocean
- July 12 — Joe Leonard, A Journey Into the Sawtooth Wilderness
- July 19 — Corrine Coffman, Meet the Raptors of the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area
- July 26 — Dan Noakes, Inside the Idaho Centennial Trail
- Aug. 2 — Jim and Jamie Dutcher, Sawtooth Wolf Pack
- Aug. 9 — Frances Cassirer, Wild Sheep!
- Aug. 16 — Dave Kimpton, Tom Kovalicky and Jay Sevy, Stories from Rangers Past
- Aug. 23 — Brian Jackson, Astronomy Before Galileo
- Aug. 30 — Russ Thurow, Born to be Wild: History, Status, and Recovery of Wild Chinook Salmon in Central Idaho
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The Sawtooth Interpretive & Historical Association is a 501c3 organization located in the Sawtooth-Salmon River Valley in Stanley. It is a nonprofit, member-based group operating in cooperation with the Sawtooth, Salmon-Challis and Caribou-Targhee national forests. The organization operates the Redfish Visitor Center and the Stanley Museum during the summer season. The Redfish Visitor Center provides free environmental education to all visitors while also helping them plan their trip to the valley.