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Wilderness Ranch
Our community in the Idaho mountains

This Web site serves as an information resource for Wilderness Ranch owners and residents as well as those interested in our community.

~ News & Alerts ~
Annual Members Meeting May 20, 2014 at 7 PM
Posted on Apr 14th, 2014
Annual Meeting of Members to elect 3 new board members.  We have mailed the following to the address of record for each owner:

~ Wilderness Watch Newsletter ~
Articles and SpeakOut! letters for the May issue of Wilderness Watch are being accepted until May 5. Contact the Communications Committee if you have an article or letter to submit.
Back issues of Wilderness Watch can be found on the Communications page.

~ Survey ~
Please login to view and vote in our survey.


~ Upcoming Events/Meetings ~
Water Committee Meeting
Tuesday, May 6th, 6:00 PM at Meeting Room
Road Committee Meeting
Tuesday, May 6th, 7:00 PM at Meeting Room
Board of Directors Meeting
Monday, May 19th, 6:00 PM at Meeting Room
Annual Owners Meeting
Tuesday, May 20th, 7:00 PM at WROA Meeting Room

~ Ranch Hands ~
You can be a Ranch Hand without joining a committee or coming to a meeting.
  • Drive slowly, it helps save the road base.
  • Carry a shovel and clean out a culvert or ditch as you see they need it.
  • Sweep the mail room, inside and out.

~ Firewise Tips & Tools ~
The US Forest Service has published an outstanding article in its Science You Can Use Bulletin entitled “Fire On the Mountain: What Motivates Homeowners to Reduce Their Wildfire Risk.” The article reports the findings of research that has been conducted to “better understand the attitudes and perceptions of wildland-urban interface (WUI) homeowners as they relate to taking action to reduce wildfire risk on their property.”
One of the key findings of the research is that WUI residents “tend to underestimate their levels of wildfire risk when their self-assessment is compared to an assessment by a professional.”
Every Ranch homeowner is encouraged to read this article